Tuesday Top Headlines

Tillerson out, no collusion, Hillary's deplorables (again), more tax cuts, Austin attack, and more.

Political Editors · Mar. 13, 2018
  • Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to be replaced by CIA Director Mike Pompeo (ABC News)

  • House Intelligence Committee finds no evidence of Russian collusion favoring Trump (Fox News)

  • Mueller invokes unusual “conspiracy to defraud government” charge to ensnare more targets (The Washington Times)

  • Trump wants a “phase two” of tax cuts (CNBC)

  • Administration blocks Broadcom bid to buy Qualcomm, citing national security (MarketWatch)

  • Senate GOP shoots down bill blocking Trump tariffs (The Hill)

  • Clinton says racist poor people voted for Trump, “optimistic, diverse, dynamic” people voted for her (The Daily Wire)

  • GOP seeks to stave off big Dem upset in Pennsylvania (The Hill)

  • Bill that protects freedom of those for and against same-sex marriage angers some on Left (The Daily Signal)

  • Austin, Texas, on edge after spate of package bombs kills two (NBC News)

  • North Texas teachers attend gun and active shooter training (CBS Dallas/Fort Worth)

  • “Highly likely” Moscow ordered attack on former Russian spy in UK (The Guardian)

  • Humor: Harvard now offering four-year degree in feeling oppressed (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Progressives might not want to look to the Old West for gun control ideas (The Daily Signal)

  • Policy: Beware, Mr. President: North Korea wants its own version of the Iran nuke deal (New York Post)

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