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Congress averts shutdown, Uranium One update, Dems hope in Hillary, and more.

Political Editors · Dec. 22, 2017
  • Trump signs sweeping tax bill into law (The Washington Post)

  • After tax reform, maybe Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell aren’t so bad after all (Washington Examiner)

  • Newt Gingrich: The Trump administration became truly historic this week (Fox News)

  • Congress votes to avert shutdown, sends Donald Trump stopgap spending bill (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Judge dismisses lawsuit against Trump over Constitution’s Emoluments Clause (The Hill)

  • Donald Trump leaves White House unannounced to visit wounded warriors for Christmas (The Daily Wire)

  • Mike Pence makes surprise trip to visit U.S. troops in Afghanistan (Time)

  • Prosecutors ask FBI agents for info on Uranium One deal (NBC News)

  • FBI’s top lawyer said to be reassigned (The Washington Post)

  • How Obama manipulated sensitive secret intelligence for political gain (The Washington Times)

  • UN votes overwhelmingly to condemn U.S. decision on Jerusalem (NPR)

  • Dems wonder: Maybe we should triple-down on Hillary in the midterms (Hot Air)

  • New nuclear power plant gets thumbs up from Georgia regulators (Washington Examiner)

  • Federal court rules Atlanta abused Constitution by sacking fire chief (PoliZette)

  • Trump administration considering to separate families who illegally cross U.S.-Mexico border (Fox News)

  • Policy: Democrats’ favored DACA amnesty bill would cost $26 billion (The Daily Signal)

  • Policy: Global warming: fake news from the start (The Heartland Institute)

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