Monday Top Headlines
House moves against FBI and DOJ, anti-sanctuary city bill introduced, NFL robbing charity, and more.
Senate GOP tax bill passes in major victory for Trump, Republicans (The Washington Post)
House Republicans prepare contempt action against FBI, DOJ (Bloomberg)
FBI agent removed from Russia probe had key role in Clinton email investigation (Paywall — The Wall Street Journal)
Election law loophole let Democrats fund foreign national’s sketchy dossier against Trump (The Washington Times)
Fusion GPS scandal implicates media in possible pay-to-publish scheme (The Federalist)
Lawmakers seek end to taxpayer-backed sexual harassment settlements (The Hill)
Mexican man convicted of sexual assault was deported from U.S. 20 times (Daily Mail)
HIV-positive school aide charged with sexual offenses against 42 kids — Leftmedia silent (CNS News)
James Levine suspended by Met Opera after accusations that he sexually abused three teen boys (Fox News)
NFL taking money from breast cancer, veterans funds, to pay for “social justice” settlement (The Daily Wire)
Policy: If a Christian baker’s rights are violated, we all lose (The Daily Signal)
Policy: Secretary DeVos should remind colleges of their First Amendment obligations (National Review)
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