Tuesday Top Headlines

Mulvaney warns about CFPB power, eight senators and taxes, another fake hate crime, and more.

Nov. 28, 2017
  • House takes up bill allowing concealed carry across state lines (Washington Examiner)

  • Supreme Court shoots down gun cases, leaving bans on “assault” weapons and open-carry in effect (The Washington Times)

  • Mick Mulvaney on CFPB: “I’m just learning about the powers that I have as acting director. They would frighten most of you.” (The Federalist)

  • Consumer Bureau execs, workers gave 593 donations to Democrats, 1 to GOP (Washington Examiner)

  • These eight senators can make or break the GOP tax plan (Bloomberg)

  • New Alabama Senate candidate: retired Marine Col. Lee Busby, vice-chief of staff to General John Kelly (The Daily Wire)

  • Doug Jones is outspending Roy Moore 10-to-1 on the airwaves (NBC News)

  • James Comey’s FBI failed to alert victims of ongoing hacking attempts (PoliZette)

  • Black man arrested for vandalizing five black NJ churches (NJ.com)

  • Satire: Dating tips for prominent Democrats (Townhall)

  • Policy: In the CFPB dispute, the law’s on Trump’s side (The Daily Signal)

  • Policy: Four important cases the Supreme Court is hearing (The Daily Signal)

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