Thursday Top Headlines

Two-year budget deal, CA judge rules for baker, the #MeToo Swimsuit Issue, and more.

Political Editors · Feb. 8, 2018
  • Senate leaders agree to two-year budget deal (The Hill)

  • Pelosi sets House record with eight-hour speech backing DACA (NBC News)

  • Criminal referral backs up Nunes on dossier claims, as Dems push rebuttal memo (Fox News)

  • GM hourly workers to get $11,750 profit-sharing checks (USA Today)

  • California judge rules baker can refuse to make wedding cakes for same-sex couples (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • DHS cyber chief: Russia “successfully penetrated” some state voter rolls (The Hill)

  • White House staff secretary Rob Porter out amid domestic abuse allegations (USA Today)

  • This is why we have a sexual abuse problem: Sports Illustrated’s #MeToo Swimsuit Issue celebrates “more than being naked” with photos of gorgeous, naked women (The Daily Wire)

  • Black LIES Matter: BLM co-founder marks six years since “white vigilante” murdered Trayvon Martin “in cold blood” (PJ Media)

  • Professor: “No such thing as black racism” (The Daily Wire)

  • “There oughta be a law!” New York legislators unveil legislation banning Tide pods (Reason)

  • Leftists hysterical over Trump’s military parade warn they’ll lie down in front of tanks (The Daily Wire)

  • Humor: Trump orders Pentagon to conduct military parade and make North Korea pay for it (Duffel Blog)

  • Policy: What to know about Congress’ latest budget-busting deal (The Daily Signal)

  • Policy: Fossil fuels, not renewables, are the sources of America’s future (American Enterprise Institute)

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