Wednesday Top Headlines

Trump will run for re-election, House rejects gun control, Kushner loses clearance, and more.

Political Editors · Feb. 28, 2018
  • Trump announces re-election campaign and Brad Parscale as campaign manager (CBS News)

  • House GOP rejects calls for new gun legislation (The Hill)

  • Schools safer today than in 1990s, study on shooting says (The Washington Times)

  • Dick’s Sporting Goods will stop selling assault rifles “permanently” (Business Insider)

  • Google tried censoring “gun” shopping searches but it backfired (Washington Examiner)

  • Conservative nonprofit PragerU is suing Google for alleged discrimination (The Daily Signal)

  • ICE arrests more than 150 people in Bay Area following Democrat mayor’s warning (Fox News)

  • Supreme Court rules immigrants can be detained indefinitely (USA Today)

  • Judge Curiel, previously criticized by Trump, rules in favor of Trump’s border wall (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Trump aide Kushner loses top-secret security clearance (The Wall Street Journal)

  • DHS: “No intelligence” Russia compromised seven states ahead of 2016 election (The Hill)

  • China violated Obama-Xi agreement to halt cyber theft (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • West Virginia teachers will return to school post-strike after “cooling off” period (ABC News)

  • Papa John’s, official pizza of NFL, discontinues its sponsorship (The Daily Wire)

  • Policy: What critics don’t understand about gun culture (The Atlantic)

  • Policy: What the Florida shooting might tell us about child welfare (New York Daily News)

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