Thursday Top Headlines

Border plan, Facebook data, leaving Syria, Tea Party settlement, Russia sanctions, and more.

Political Editors · Apr. 5, 2018
  • Trump sending National Guard to Mexican border (Bloomberg)

  • Migrant caravan abandons plan to travel to U.S. border (AFP)

  • 50,308 apprehensions/inadmissibles at SW border last month, up 203% from March 2017 (CNS News)

  • More than a million undocumented immigrants have received California driver’s licenses (The Sacramento Bee)

  • Facebook: “Malicious actors” used its tools to discover identities and collect data on a massive global scale (The Washington Post)

  • White House walks back Trump’s call for U.S. to leave Syria “very soon” (ABC News)

  • DNC member who called blacks “colored people” resigns — National Association for the Advancement of Colored People had no comment (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Judge approves $3.5 million settlement in IRS Tea Party targeting (The Washington Times)

  • U.S. plans to impose new sanctions on Russia (USA Today)

  • What if she’d been an NRA member? Nets skimp on YouTube shooter’s animal rights extremism (NewsBusters)

  • Planned Parenthood fined for failing to disclose Democratic-campaign donations (National Review)

  • George Washington University scrubs “Christian Privilege” training from website (Campus Reform)

  • Obama administration spent $9 million colluding with Soros groups in Albania (Judicial Watch)

  • Policy: Sweden’s self-correcting pay-as-you-go pension system (Real Clear Policy)

  • Policy: Why Utah adopted the nation’s first “free-range parenting” law (Institute for Family Studies)

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