Friday Top Headlines
U.S. gains 228,000 jobs, 1,000 ISIS investigations, Trump slurs words, fetal tissue sale probe, and more.
U.S. gains 228,000 new jobs in November in another strong show of hiring (MarketWatch)
FBI chief vows to keep politics out of probes after Trump says Bureau’s reputation is in “tatters” (The Daily Signal)
FBI has about 1,000 active ISIS investigations in all 50 states (Washington Examiner)
John Lewis, Bennie Thompson to skip opening of Civil Rights Museum — because Trump is attending (Hot Air)
Harold Ford Jr., ex-congressman and frequent MSNBC guest, fired by investment bank for sexual misconduct (Fox News)
GOP Rep. Trent Franks to resign for having “discussion of surrogacy” with female staffers — but it’s not what it seems (The Daily Signal)
Congress passes stopgap bill to avert government shutdown (The Washington Times)
Trump to make medical exam public after slurring words, White House says (NBC News)
Justice Department opens investigation of Planned Parenthood over sale of fetal tissue (Fox News)
Humor — or is it? “Our love life is none of your business,” says couple forcing business owner to approve their love life (The Babylon Bee)
Policy: Repealing the ObamaCare mandate now makes sense (Bloomberg View)
Policy: Study suggests Medicaid is a “persistently inferior” form of health coverage (The Federalist)
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