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Media Editors / June 29, 2018

Friday Top Headlines

Annapolis attack, Waters cancels, SCOTUS vacancy, House grills, farm bill, and more.

  • Five dead in targeted attack at Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis (Capital Gazette)

  • Journalists blame Trump for Annapolis shooting despite complete lack of evidence (The Federalist)

  • Unhinged reporters cause embarrassing spectacle, scream wildly at Trump after newsroom massacre (BPR)

  • Color us skeptical: Maxine Waters cancels events over “very serious death threat” after she told people to harass Trump associates (National Review)

  • Trump meets with lawmakers to discuss Supreme Court vacancy (Fox News)

  • Deputy AG Rosenstein, FBI Director Wray grilled by House panel on Clinton inquiry (USA Today)

  • White House Chief of Staff John Kelly expected to depart as early as this summer (The Wall Street Journal)

  • House passes $675B Pentagon spending bill (The Hill)

  • Senate farm bill ignores conservatives: It’s bad on food stamps and farm subsidies (The Daily Signal)

  • DOJ charges 600 with $2 billion in opioid fraud (National Review)

  • California’s costly global warming campaign turns out to be worse than useless (Investor’s Business Daily)

  • Fallout: University of Missouri struggles with $50 million shortfall, reduced enrollment after racial protests (The College Fix)

  • Humor report: First Star Destroyer in Space Force to be named “USS Civility” (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: The real prescription for lower drug prices: Get Europe to drop its price controls (Washington Examiner)

  • Policy: After Janus, conservatives and teachers’ unions should collaborate (National Review)

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