Thursday Top Headlines

Immigration deal pending, Trump's "A-plus," costly flu season, background checks, and more.

Political Editors · Feb. 15, 2018
  • Bipartisan group reaches deal on immigration, fulfilling some Trump demands (The Washington Post)

  • Florida high school shooting: At least 17 killed, alleged assailant in custody (Fox News)

  • On law enforcement, sheriffs rate Trump’s first year an “A-plus” (The Daily Signal)

  • Feds to repeal 298 tax regulations (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Trump endorses 25-cent gas tax hike (Axios)

  • Empty jobs and high turnover mean Trump’s vow to hire the “best people” isn’t panning out (Bloomberg)

  • Elizabeth “Fauxcahontas” Warren doubles down on phony Native American ancestry claims, gives speech at Native American event (Boston Globe)

  • Comey told Congress FBI agents didn’t think Michael Flynn lied (Washington Examiner)

  • 30 years too late: Dems: Bill Clinton too toxic to campaign in midterms (Politico)

  • Flu season could cost businesses billions this year (CBS News)

  • Opioid crisis has cost $1 trillion since 2001 (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Bitter cold at Winter Olympics chills global warming hype (The Washington Times)

  • South Korea agrees to pay North’s Olympic expenses (USA Today)

  • Policy: Background checks are not the answer to gun violence (The New York Times)

  • Policy: Pushing back on Iran: the Syrian civil war (American Enterprise Institute)

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