Tuesday Top Headlines
Conyers to retire but endorses his son, Trump and the monuments, RNC backs Moore again, and more.
FBI agent fired from Russia probe oversaw Flynn interviews, softened Comey language on Clinton email actions (Fox News)
Collins doubles funding ask for ObamaCare bill (The Hill)
Democrat Rep. John Conyers announces retirement amidst sexual harassment allegations, endorses son to run for seat (CBS News)
Former Democrat U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown sentenced to five years in prison (The Florida Times-Union)
President Donald Trump shaved some two million acres from two national monuments in Utah (The Salt Lake Tribune)
Trump pulls United States out of UN immigration deal (The Washington Free Beacon)
RNC to support Roy Moore in Senate race in Alabama, weeks after cutting ties with his campaign (The Washington Post)
Global temperature increases are lower and slower, says new study (Reason)
ABC News president: Brian Ross will no longer cover stories related to Trump (Hot Air)
Humor: ABC News reports Trump nuked entire world, later clarifies he just microwaved a burrito (The Babylon Bee)
Policy: Consumers, not government, should decide If CVS-Aetna merger is a good idea (Investor’s Business Daily)
Policy: America’s “flyover country” is stronger than you think (City Journal)
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