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U.S. gains 228,000 jobs, 1,000 ISIS investigations, Trump slurs words, fetal tissue sale probe, and more.

Political Editors · Dec. 8, 2017
  • 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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