Thursday Top Headlines

Nobel Peace Prize, North Korea, China, Hillary Clinton, interest rates, and more.

Media Editors · Jun. 14, 2018
  • Two Norwegian lawmakers nominate Trump for Nobel Peace Prize (The Hill)

  • Pompeo: No economic relief until “complete denuclearization” of North Korea has been achieved (CNS News)

  • China adds advanced missiles to South China Sea islands (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • U.S. preparing to proceed with tariffs on Chinese goods (Fox Business)

  • What to look for in the inspector general’s report about DOJ and FBI election interference (The Federalist)

  • Could Hillary Clinton still face charges over her emails? (Washington Examiner)

  • Never mind the Clinton Foundation: New York files suit against President Trump, alleging his charity engaged in “illegal conduct” (The Washington Post)

  • Fed lifts interest rates and aims for another pair of increases later this year (MarketWatch)

  • Comcast, Disney in multibillion-dollar bidding war for Fox assets (CBS News)

  • Backdoor to illegal immigration closing: U.S. clears more asylum cases than it receives in May (The Washington Times)

  • Irish prime minister: Catholic hospitals must perform abortions to keep government funding (National Review)

  • With no White House invite from Trump, Democrats invite Golden State Warriors to Capitol (ABC News)

  • Humor: Gay man bravely comes out as fan of Chick-fil-A (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Suicide rates rise in almost every state. What’s going on? (Independent Women’s Forum)

  • Policy: Faith-based adoption agencies are too valuable to shut down (Independent Women’s Forum)

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