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Political Editors / May 23, 2018

Wednesday Top Headlines

Household income record high, primary results, House bills, China trade, and more.

  • Household income hits all-time high under Trump … and he’s getting credit for it (Investor’s Business Daily)

  • Reuters poll: Republicans lead generic ballot for first time in 2018 cycle (National Review)

  • Primary results in Georgia, Texas and Kentucky (The Washington Post)

  • House votes to ease regulation of banks, sending bill to Trump (The Hill)

  • House overwhelmingly passes bipartisan prison reform bill (New York Post)

  • House sends “right to try” bill to Trump’s desk (National Review)

  • Conservative Republicans introduce resolution calling for second special counsel (CNS News)

  • Sources: FBI agents want Congress to issue them subpoenas so they can reveal the Bureau’s dirt (The Daily Caller)

  • Trump: There’s no deal with China on ZTE, and I’m not satisfied with trade talks (CNBC)

  • More than 450 caravan migrants made it into U.S. (The Washington Times)

  • MS-13 gang member nicknamed “Animal” sentenced to 40 years (The Washington Times)

  • Court sides with transgender Virginia student in her fight to use the boys’ bathroom (The Washington Post)

  • Rubio, Diaz-Balart call for U.S. authorities to indict Raul Castro (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Jazz legend Wynton Marsalis says rap and hip hop are “more damaging” to culture than a Confederate statue (The Daily Wire)

  • Four teens arrested after Baltimore Co. police officer killed (WBAL)

  • Boy Scout World Jamboree leadership requires condoms “readily and easily accessible” for event (The Blaze)

  • NRA PAC raises more than 2.5 times as much as gun-control PACs in April (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Humor: Democrat leaders call for new investigation to investigate the investigators investigating the investigators (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Trump’s Iran policy ends disastrous Obama era of nuclear appeasement (Investor’s Business Daily)

  • Policy: Five facts you need to know about criminal justice reform (Real Clear Policy)

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