Political Editors / May 31, 2018

Thursday Top Headlines

Nuclear talks, tariffs, Italy, Ukraine, “right to try,” racism, gun safety, and more.

  • U.S., North Korea enter second day of nuclear talks (Reuters)

  • Trump administration imposes tariffs on European steel, aluminum (USA Today)

  • Italy, EU instability roils U.S. markets — A sign of crisis to come? (Investor’s Business Daily)

  • Ukraine stages death of Kremlin critic to expose Russian assassination plot (National Review)

  • Ex-FBI No. 2 official McCabe wrote memo on Comey firing (Associated Press)

  • Trial begins for ex-CIA man accused of spying for China (Fox News)

  • Trump signs “Right to Try,” says it will save “tremendous number of lives” (Fox News)

  • Trump will pardon conservative pundit Dinesh D'Souza, who was convicted for campaign finance violation (CNBC)

  • Far from cages: Feds pay $670 a day to make unaccompanied alien children “comfortable” (The Washington Times)

  • CNN “cultural critic” guest: “All of the people” who voted for Trump are racist (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • The Fed just proposed a plan to make life easier for banks by loosening the “Volcker Rule” (CNBC)

  • New Yorkers and Californians can’t stop moving to Texas (Washington Examiner)

  • Texas governor introduces school gun-safety plan (National Review)

  • American Medical Association president cheers group’s jump into gun-control advocacy (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Report: Planned Parenthood caught doing abortions on 12-year-old sexual assault victims, then not reporting abuse (The Daily Wire)

  • Humor: NAACP to close its doors after Starbucks ends all racism forever (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: The UN redefines what it means to be a “human” (The Daily Signal)

  • Policy: How Title IX became an ideological battering ram (Independent Women’s Forum)

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