Political Editors / April 24, 2018

Tuesday Top Headlines

Record-low unemployment, Hillary’s laundering, Facebook’s rules, and more.

  • 14 states hit record-low unemployment (The Hill)

  • Trump hails lower number of people “forced to use food stamps” (CNS News)

  • Senate Foreign Relations Committee narrowly endorses Mike Pompeo for secretary of state after Trump intervenes with Rand Paul (Axios)

  • “Pure carnage” as van hits pedestrians in Toronto: 10 dead, 15 injured and man arrested (National Post)

  • Bombshell: FEC records indicate Hillary’s campaign illegally laundered $84 million (The Federalist)

  • Media declares “end of Internet as we know it” after net-neutrality repeal (National Review)

  • Facebook publishes content removal policies for the first time (Bloomberg)

  • The NRA just broke a 15-year fundraising record (McClatchy)

  • “Real Indian” running against Sen. Elizabeth Warren sues after city tells him to stop calling her “Fake Indian” (Fox News)

  • Sharing nude photos of current or ex-partners protected under First Amendment, court rules (Dallas News)

  • Carter Center sued for providing support to terrorists, defrauding taxpayers (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Atheists want a $1B tax on churches (Washington Examiner)

  • Finland’s basic income trial falls flat (BBC News)

  • Humor: Nation patiently awaits GQ article calling Koran overrated (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Mr. Macron goes to Washington (American Enterprise Institute)

  • Policy: If current laws had been followed, there would have been no Waffle House shooting (The Daily Signal)

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