Thursday Top Headlines
Mueller hits one year, FBI secrets, $2.8 trillion fighting terrorism, Facebook ignorance, and more.
Mueller’s team of Dem donors under fire as probe hits one-year mark (Fox News)
Russia favored Trump in 2016, Senate panel says, breaking with House GOP (The Washington Post)
FBI used secret program to gather information on Trump campaign, no judge needed (The Daily Wire)
Armed resource officer does his job, stops a would-be school shooter in Illinois (National Review)
Since 2002, U.S. has spent $2.8 trillion to fight terrorism (The Washington Times)
Senate votes to restore net neutrality rules (ABC News)
Speaker Paul Ryan: “The House has prevailed” in court saga over ObamaCare payments (The Washington Times)
Michigan State agrees to pay $500 million to Nasser sexual abuse victims (National Review)
A new study finds the more people rely on their Facebook feed for news, the less politically knowledgeable they are (Pacific Standard)
Chicago community group sues to stop construction on Obama presidential library (The Daily Wire)
U.S. births hit lowest number since 1987 (The Wall Street Journal)
Boulder, Colorado, unanimously votes to ban assault weapons, high-capacity magazines (CBS News)
Policy: California’s solar-panel mandate for new homes will keep the cost of living unaffordable (City Journal)
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