Monday Top Headlines
Terror in NYC, Trump's infrastructure push, Americans can't afford medical treatment, and more.
Terror in Times Square: Suspect reportedly tied to ISIS sets off rush-hour bomb (Fox News)
Trump sets January push for $1 trillion infrastructure revamp (The Wall Street Journal)
Democrats remain divided about what they stand for (The Washington Post)
Scott Walker moves forward with plan to drug test food stamp users (CBS News)
More than one in four Americans postpone medical treatment because of the expense (The Washington Free Beacon)
NFL ticket prices plummet to $10 as teams struggle to fill stadiums (The Daily Wire)
Leftist outsiders pour into Alabama Senate race (The New York Times)
The Leftmedia is covering itself with glory in its zeal to get Trump (Hot Air)
Fusion GPS tried to tie Trump to Clinton’s pedophile pal Epstein as part of smear campaign (The Washington Times)
FBI probing Cuomo office’s hiring practices (Times Union)
Policy: National health expenditure report shows we have not solved the cost problem (Health Affairs)
Policy: What kids really want for Christmas (Institute for Family Studies)
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