Wednesday Top Headlines
More on Clinton and the FBI, the Trump effect, Chicago is far deadlier than military service, and more.
Congressional investigators find irregularities in FBI’s handling of Clinton email case (The Hill)
Clinton aide Abedin forwarded State passwords to Yahoo before it was hacked by foreign agents (The Daily Caller)
The Trump Effect: Business, anticipating less regulation, loosens purse strings (The New York Times (of all places))
Trump administration working to incubate nascent Iranian revolution (The Washington Times)
Feds to crack down on immigrants who become naturalized citizens through fraud (The Washington Times)
$1.6 billion in unemployment insurance benefits paid to individuals who did not seek work (The Washington Free Beacon)
FEMA allows churches to apply retroactively for disaster aid (Reuters)
2017: Chicago homicides outnumber U.S. military casualties 18 to 1 (CNS News)
Don’t tell anybody, but accidental shooting deaths are way down (Hot Air)
Disney princes in “Snow White,” “Sleeping Beauty” are sex offenders, professor says (Fox News)
Policy: Thanks to doctors, there aren’t enough doctors (Washington Examiner)
Policy: Choosing a school should be as easy as choosing a hair salon (The Heartland Institute)
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