Media Editors / June 18, 2018

Monday Top Headlines

Immigrant children, FBI grilling, gerrymandering, gun laws, Cruz vs. Kimmel, and more.

  • Trump policy of separating migrant families threatens to engulf immigration talks (The Wall Street Journal)

  • DHS Secretary Nielsen slams “irresponsible” media, says no “policy of separating families at the border” (Fox News)

  • Five illegal immigrants killed after high-speed chase in Texas (NBC News)

  • Horowitz, FBI boss Christopher Wray face Senate grilling on bombshell report (Fox News)

  • FBI agent who sent anti-Trump texts offers to testify on Capitol Hill (The Hill)

  • Burning question in DC: Why does Peter Strzok still have a job at FBI? (Washington Examiner)

  • Supreme Court side-steps partisan gerrymandering in Wisconsin, Maryland cases (The Hill)

  • U.S. expected to retreat from main UN rights forum (Reuters)

  • Illinois judge blocks village’s ban on semiautomatic rifles, magazines (The Washington Times)

  • Gun-control group to honor Hillary Clinton for “unwavering” commitment to passing strict gun laws (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Obama presidential library will cost Illinois taxpayers more than $200 million (The Daily Wire)

  • Washington Post workers slam owner Jeff Bezos for “shocking pay practices,” demand “fair wages” (The Daily Wire)

  • After Seattle ditches its Amazon tax, Silicon Valley city mulls a Google tax (Reason)

  • Ted Cruz outlasts Jimmy Kimmel in grueling Blobfish Basketball Classic (The Texas Tribune)

  • Humor: Father’s Day updated to “Toxic Masculinity Awareness Day” (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: These five changes would fix the nation’s budget woes (The Daily Signal)

  • Policy: Streamlining infrastructure environmental review (Manhattan Institute)

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