Thursday Top Headlines
House GOP passes budget, racist graffiti hoaxes, Social Security spending tops $1T, and more.
House passes $4T budget in step forward for Trump tax plan (Associated Press)
DOJ lifts gag order; former FBI informant can tell Congress about 2010 uranium deal (The Washington Times)
Timeline: uranium exec. gave $31.3 million to Clinton Foundation, Russian bank paid $500k to Bill Clinton (CNS News)
Watchdog files FEC complaint against Hillary, DNC over Steele dossier funding scheme (The Federalist)
Racist graffiti incidents at Eastern Michigan and the University of Maryland were both hoaxes perpetrated by black males (Reason)
NAACP warns African Americans about traveling on American Airlines (USA Today)
American social media silence Chinese dissident (The Washington Free Beacon)
Twitter overstated number of users for the past three years (CBS News)
Boston’s “fair-wage” pizza shop to close its doors due to lack of profit (The Boston Globe)
Social Security Administration spending tops $1 trillion for the first time (CNS News)
Policy: The individual mandate is unnecessary and unfair (Manhattan Institute)
Policy: When quality education becomes a matter of national security (RealClearEducation)
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