Wednesday Top Headlines
Trade differences, steel superiority squandered, Chinese infiltration, women's studies, and more.
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)
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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