Wednesday Top Headlines

Trade differences, steel superiority squandered, Chinese infiltration, women's studies, and more.

Political Editors · Mar. 7, 2018
  • Gary Cohn, Trump’s top economic adviser, resigns amid differences on trade policy (The Washington Post)

  • How the U.S. squandered its steel superiority — unfair trade practices of foreign nations had nothing to do with it (Bloomberg)

  • DOJ sues California over “interference” with immigration enforcement (Fox News)

  • Donald Trump right on immigration, gang violence, Sweden finds (The Washington Times)

  • CIA warns of extensive Chinese operation to infiltrate American academic institutions (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • DIA: China, Russia engaged in low-level warfare against U.S. (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Stanford rejects College Republicans logo — because it includes an American flag (College Fix)

  • Surrounded by armed security, hypocritical celebs lecture America on guns (Fox News Insider)

  • Hero student of Parkland massacre files suit against Sheriff’s office and school (The Daily Wire)

  • Baltimore mayor pledges to send 3,000 students to anti-gun violence march (The Hill)

  • Study: Women leaving STEM fields to pursue “social justice” degrees (PJ Media)

  • Policy: Heritage ranked No. 1 globally for impact on public policy (The Heritage Foundation)

  • Policy: Be wary of North Korea’s sudden turn towards diplomacy (New York Post)

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