Wednesday Top Headlines

More on Clinton and the FBI, the Trump effect, Chicago is far deadlier than military service, and more.

Political Editors · Jan. 3, 2018
  • 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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