Wednesday Top Headlines

NATO summit begins, Trump sparks massive federal reform, more countries hit with visa sanctions, new tariffs on China, and more.

Media Editors · Jul. 11, 2018
  • As NATO summit begins, Trump says allies “must pay more,” the U.S. “must pay less” (CNS News)

  • Trump challenges NATO on defense spending (BizPac Review)

  • Trump’s “fresh eyes” spark massive federal reform (Washington Examiner)

  • Dems attack, but know they don’t have the votes on Brett Kavanaugh (The Hill)

  • How significant is McCain’s cheerleading for Kavanaugh? (Hot Air)

  • Here’s what happened the last time Democrats tried to deny Kavanaugh a court seat (The Daily Signal)

  • Illegal border crossing would be felony offense under proposed GOP bill (Fox News)

  • Sen. Lankford: Some illegal alien parents don’t want to take their children back (CNS News)

  • DNA tests, criminal charges complicate effort to reunite illegal alien families (The Washington Times)

  • Judge warns Trump administration to stick to deadline on family reunification (The Hill)

  • Trump hits two more countries with visa sanctions for refusing to take back deportees (The Daily Caller)

  • Trump administration details $200 billion in new tariffs on China (Washington Examiner)

  • Jeff Flake says Senate will vote on resolution opposing Trump’s tariffs (Washington Examiner)

  • The case for civil disobedience in Oregon (National Review)

  • U.S. will become world’s top oil-producing country (Bloomberg News)

  • YouTube will use “quality news” sources to fight fake news (The Daily Signal)

  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez with another surprise election win — in a district she wasn’t even running in (New York Daily News)

  • Trump pardons Oregon cattle ranchers in land dispute (The Washington Times)

  • Anti-Trump FBI lawyer Lisa Page refuses to testify, despite subpoena (The Washington Times)

  • CU Boulder students join effort to fight Boulder’s new “assault weapons” ban (The College Fix)

  • Policy: A “balanced” Supreme Court isn’t the point (Washington Examiner)

  • Policy: Costly prevailing wage laws harm minorities and younger workers (E21)

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