Tuesday Top Headlines

Conyers to retire but endorses his son, Trump and the monuments, RNC backs Moore again, and more.

Political Editors · Dec. 5, 2017
  • 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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