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Trump-Kim summit, asylum change, credit and guns, Supreme Court, and more.

Political Editors · Jun. 12, 2018
  • Don’t trust, and verify: North Korea agrees to “complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula” after Trump-Kim summit (Fox News)

  • Mattis: “I don’t believe” U.S. troop reduction is on the table at Trump-Kim summit (CNS News)

  • Senators move to sink Trump’s ZTE deal (The Wall Street Journal)

  • Jeff Sessions sets higher bar for asylum claims (The Washington Times)

  • Feinstein admits she ignored immigration issues under Obama, now criticizes Trump on it (The Daily Wire)

  • U.S. launching office to identify citizenship cheaters (The Washington Times)

  • Barack Obama is consulting with 2020 contenders on how to beat Donald Trump (Politico)

  • White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow in good condition following heart attack (CNBC)

  • Credit service shuts down payments on all gun purchases (New York Post)

  • California man has home raided, guns confiscated after trying to register firearms (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Twitter CEO caves to leftist backlash, says he was wrong to eat Chick-fil-A (The Daily Signal)

  • Supreme Court gives Ohio right to purge thousands of voters from its rolls (NBC News)

  • Study: Welfare benefits, minimum-wage hikes might harm poor neighborhoods (National Review)

  • Seattle City Council to consider repeal of head tax less than a month after approving it (The Seattle Times)

  • Bottom story of the day: Why North Korea has to hide Kim’s poop (Washington Examiner)

  • Policy: Six big questions about what comes after the Trump-Kim meeting (The Daily Signal)

  • Policy: What do test scores really mean for the economy? (Education Week)

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