Wednesday Top Headlines
End of IRS targeting? Obama "wants to know everything," military parade, and more.
The end of IRS targeting? Trump prepares to name a new chief tax collector (The Wall Street Journal)
Senate leaders near two-year budget deal to prevent shutdown (The Hill)
FBI lovers’ latest text messages: Obama “wants to know everything” (Fox News)
Tax cuts lowering consumer utility bills (Daily Signal)
Just like the 9/11 hijackers, possible Saudi terrorist arrested by the FBI told his flight instructors he wanted to be a commercial pilot (Washington Examiner)
DHS secretary: about 70 terrorists try to enter the U.S. daily — “that’s 500 a week, 2,000 a year” (CNS News)
Democrats just picked up a seat that went for Trump by 28 points (The Resurgent)
Report: Trump wants a big military parade in Washington (Hot Air)
Conservative women leaders say Anita Hill defended Bill Clinton and so should not lead sexual harassment commission (Los Angeles Times)
From the dumb and dumber files: High school cancels musical after white student lands lead role (Fox News)
Policy: Congress should ban government shutdowns (E21)
Policy: The Founders had an answer to the “fake news” problem (The Daily Signal)
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