Tuesday Top Headlines

Senate obstructionists, DOJ trouble, China's jobs, Facebook's latest data leak, and more.

Political Editors · May 15, 2018
  • Top Senate obstructionists are all running for president in 2020 (Washington Examiner)

  • How Elizabeth Warren is helping a checkered tribe in bid to rid her “Pocahontas” problem (The Washington Times)

  • Melania Trump hospitalized after kidney surgery (Fox News)

  • Nunes, Gowdy accuse DOJ of launching anonymous attacks on congressional investigator (Fox News)

  • Mueller’s FBI worked closely with Russian oligarch, possibly broke law (The Hill)

  • New and in-depth: The Strzok-Page texts and the origins of the Trump-Russia investigation (National Review)

  • China really is to blame for millions of lost U.S. manufacturing jobs, new study finds (MarketWatch)

  • North Korea starts to dismantle nuclear-test site (The Wall Street Journal)

  • Man frequently compared to Hitler recognizes Jerusalem as Israel’s capital (The Babylon Bee)

  • Iranian group offers $100,000 to blow up new U.S. embassy in Jerusalem (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • European ministers scramble to salvage Iran nuclear deal (CNS News)

  • Maverick cleric Moqtada al-Sadr’s election upset could rattle U.S.-Iraq relations (The Washington Post)

  • Huge new Facebook data leak exposed intimate details of three million users (New Scientist)

  • VA launches criminal investigation … against whistleblowers (Washington Examiner)

  • NRA sues New York over pressure campaign against financial institutions working with the gun-rights group (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Policy: Priorities for the U.S.-China trade negotiations: Separating wheat from chaff (American Enterprise Institute)

  • Policy: Supreme Court rules for federalism in sports betting case (The Daily Signal)

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