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The FBI's "secret society," Schumer and Trump debate, Disney bonuses, Gore snubbed, and more.

Political Editors · Jan. 24, 2018
  • Search for “obstruction” heats up: Mueller seeks to question Trump about Flynn and Comey departures (The Washington Post)

  • Sen. Ron Johnson: FBI informant says “secret society” held secret meetings off-site (PJ Media)

  • Schumer withdraws offer on Trump’s wall (Politico)

  • Trump to Schumer: “If there is no wall, there is no DACA” (Fox News)

  • Pelosi Armageddon update: Disney offers $1,000 bonuses to 125,000 employees (The Daily Wire)

  • Lobby much? Realtors spent $22 million to defeat Republican tax reform in 2017 (Washington Examiner)

  • “Fair share” update: Top half of taxpayers paid more than 97% of individual income taxes collected in 2015 (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Senate confirms Jerome Powell as Federal Reserve chairman in 85-12 vote (The Washington Times)

  • An inconvenient truth: Hollywood snubs Al Gore as he misses out on Oscar nod (The Washington Times)

  • The EPA has managed to bankrupt one of the biggest refineries in the northeast (Hot Air)

  • Conan O'Brien flies to Haiti, invites Haitians to insult Trump (AV Club)

  • NBC News uses Winter Olympics coverage to broadcast North Korean propaganda (The Federalist)

  • Two dead in Kentucky high school shooting (NBC News)

  • Policy: Trump’s wall is standard practice in other parts of the world (Washington Examiner)

  • Policy: Culture vs. economics: What causes poverty? (American Enterprise Institute)

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