Tuesday Top Headlines

Ginsburg to skip SOTU, Democrats defeat 20-week abortion ban, Grammy ratings hit low, and more.

Political Editors · Jan. 30, 2018
  • FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe stepping down, likely forced out over corruption (NBC News)

  • McCabe’s pension is worth about $1.8 million (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • House Intel votes to release controversial surveillance memo to the public (Fox News)

  • Ginsburg will not attend Trump’s first State of the Union (The Hill)

  • Immigrants will be a big part of Trump’s State of the Union address — and live audience (The Washington Times)

  • They have a dream: Two DACA recipients arrested on suspicion of human smuggling (The San Diego Union-Tribune)

  • More tax reform benefits: Exxon Mobil announces $35 billion in new U.S. investments over five years (CNBC)

  • Democrats stand with brutal regimes in China and North Korea, block 20-week abortion ban (Washington Examiner)

  • Anti-humor: Senate Democrats refuse to grant legal status to children dreaming of being born (The Babylon Bee)

  • U.S. military revising its rules after fitness trackers exposed sensitive data (The Washington Post)

  • Couldn’t happen to a “nicer” bunch: Grammy Awards TV ratings hit all-time low (Variety)

  • Obama’s presidential library ripped as “ugly waste of taxpayer resources” by Chicagoans (The Washington Times)

  • Policy: Nationalizing 5G would mark the end of wireless innovation (Investor’s Business Daily)

  • Policy: The Trump growth machine (Hoover Institution)

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