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Medal of Honor, primary results, Maxine Waters fallout, court rulings, economy, and more.

Media Editors · Jun. 27, 2018
  • President Trump presents Medal of Honor to widow of World War II veteran Garlin Murl Conner (Fox News)

  • Democrat once expected to challenge Pelosi for speakership ousted by 28-year-old socialist (The Daily Wire)

  • Mitt Romney wins the GOP nomination in Utah’s U.S. Senate race (The Salt Lake Tribune)

  • WH: More than 8,000 criminal illegal aliens released by sanctuary cities into U.S. in 2017 (CNS News)

  • Judge orders illegal alien families separated at border to be reunited within 30 days (The Wall Street Journal)

  • Protesters confront McConnell, Chao over family separations (The Hill)

  • Thanks, Maxine Waters — Florida man arrested, accused of threatening to kill children of GOP rep over immigration Policies (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Reporter files assault charges against Maxine Waters after confrontation on Capitol Hill (BPR)

  • Red Hen owner resigns from Virginia business group after booting Sarah Sanders from restaurant (Fox News)

  • Supreme Court deals blow to unions, rules against forced fees for government workers (Fox News)

  • NSA John Bolton heads to Moscow to tee up a Trump-Putin summit (Axios)

  • American money flowing back into America (Fox Business)

  • Largest U.S. nail manufacturer “on the brink of extinction” because of the steel tariffs (Chicago Tribune)

  • Oh please: “Experts” rank U.S. in top 10 most dangerous countries for women (The Daily Signal)

  • Humor: Fueled by his hate for Muslims, Trump went back in time and made Obama pick the countries targeted by his travel ban (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: In vindicating Trump’s travel ban, the Supreme Court upheld the law (National Review)

  • Policy: Improving Central American free trade zones might help fix U.S. immigration problems (American Enterprise Institute)

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