Wednesday Top Headlines

Ryan won't seek re-election, China concedes a little, welfare and work, and more.

Political Editors · Apr. 11, 2018
  • House Speaker Paul Ryan won’t seek re-election (Axios)

  • China’s Xi renews vow to open economy, cut tariffs, but holds firm on intellectual property (Reuters)

  • Zuckerberg says he’s unaware of Facebook pushback for liberal groups after conservative targeting (Fox News)

  • Facebook buries specific media outlets in its newsfeed but won’t reveal which ones (The Daily Wire)

  • Facebook’s largest Black Lives Matter page is a scam tied to a white labor activist (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Bipartisan group of senators moving to protect Mueller’s job (CBS News)

  • President warns U.S. missiles “will be coming” to Syria (The Washington Times)

  • Trump signs executive order pushing work for welfare (Associated Press)

  • McConnell: “certainly worth discussing” a move to undo some of the omnibus spending (CNS News)

  • Bank of America will no longer lend to clients that make AR-15s for civilians (CNBC)

  • That’s racist! Los Angeles painting city streets white in bid to combat climate change (Fox News)

  • Humor — or is it? Zuckerberg begins testimony by reminding senators he knows all their deepest thoughts, hopes, fears (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Nation’s “Report Card” shows federal intervention has not helped students (The Daily Signal)

  • Policy: Yes, entitlements are driving the long-term debt (E21)

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