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Trump in Davos, GDP slows a bit pre-tax reform, misleading gun stats, NFL redemption effort, and more.

Political Editors · Jan. 26, 2018
  • Fourth-quarter GDP growth of 2.6% falls short of Wall Street’s target, but that measurement was before tax reform (MarketWatch)

  • Trump says America is open for business in Davos speech (Bloomberg)

  • The House GOP’s outlook is better than you think (National Review)

  • Trump proposes U.S. citizenship plan for 1.8 million illegal aliens (Agence France Press)

  • Newly recovered FBI texts raise further questions about Clinton investigation (The Washington Times)

  • Trump slams report claiming he sought to fire Mueller, blames “fake news” (New York Post)

  • Pelosi “Armageddon” update: Fiat Chrysler hourly workers to get $5,500 bonus checks after 2017 profit (USA Today)

  • Billionaire political activist Steyer had tax liens (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • NFL looking for redemption and will include salute to Medal of Honor recipients at Super Bowl (Fox News)

  • Media push gun-control activists’ misleading school shooting count, includes window broken by BB gun (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Report: ObamaCare exchanges rife with fraud, costing taxpayers millions (The Federalist)

  • Humor: Russian Orthodox Church accused of interfering with doctrine of election (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Tariffs don’t help industry or consumers (E21)

  • Policy: Hawaii’s false missile alarm exposed critical weaknesses (The Daily Signal)

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