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Impeachment fails hard, Bloomberg's big correction, NFL's Goodell gets an extension, and more.

Political Editors · Dec. 7, 2017
  • National gun-carry reciprocity bill passes the House (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Trump recognizes Jerusalem as Israel’s capital (Reuters)

  • 364-58 — impeachment effort quashed by House Republicans and Democrats (The Hill)

  • Franken resigning after Democrats throw him under the bus (CNBC)

  • Detroit will be in good hands: John Conyers III arrested but not prosecuted in domestic abuse case (NBC News)

  • “Over 10,000 texts” between ex-Mueller team officials found, after discovery of anti-Trump messages (Fox News)

  • From the Department of Corrections: Bloomberg revises story to say Mueller’s subpoena does NOT “zero in” on Trumps’ finances (Hot Air)

  • Ryan pledges entitlement reform in 2018 (The Hill)

  • ISIS remnant scrambling to Yemen, Libya, Africa, Indonesia, Philippines (CNS News)

  • Bombshell Report: Political persecution of Scott Walker swept up high-level GOP officials (The Federalist)

  • Nativity scene with Jesus in a migrant boat not going over well (International Business Times)

  • Amidst kneeling controversy and declining attendance and ratings, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell gets five-year, $200 million contract extension (The New York Times)

  • Southern California wildfires force mass evacuations around Los Angeles (Fox News)

  • Policy: Why President Trump is right to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Policy: When will legislators learn that sin taxes don’t work? (Real Clear Health)

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