Tuesday Top Headlines

Tax cuts help millions, Dems out of step, China admits, NoKo dismantles, drug prices, and more.

Media Editors · Jul. 24, 2018
  • Trump targets security clearances of Brennan, Comey, other antagonists (The Daily Signal)

  • Trump tax cut benefits all congressional districts, up to $44,697 per family (Washington Examiner)

  • Poll: Majority say Dem candidates “out of step” with most Americans’ thinking (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Devin Nunes: “Certain members of the press” working for the Democratic Party (Washington Examiner)

  • Senate overwhelmingly confirms Robert Wilkie to lead VA (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • House GOP chairman introduces draft of infrastructure plan (The Hill)

  • Smugglers flood border with migrants to divert security forces from drug interdiction (Washington Examiner)

  • Governor Cuomo pardons seven illegal immigrants facing deportation (National Review)

  • China admits to (indirectly) meddling in U.S. elections (Washington Examiner)

  • U.S. “benign China” policy ending (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • North Korea begins dismantling its main missile-engine test site, satellite images indicate (Fox News)

  • On Iran, Trump must learn from Obama’s “red line” error (Washington Examiner)

  • Trump proposes Mueller interview with no obstruction questions (Bloomberg)

  • Judge delays Manafort trial, grants immunity to five Mueller witnesses (ABC News)

  • Trump to seek repeal of California’s fuel-efficiency standards (Bloomberg)

  • Air Force base replaces Bible with generic “Book of Faith” (The Daily Wire)

  • Humor: Dozens of White Houses materialize from temporal vortex as Trump’s changing account of Putin meeting tears apart space-time (The Onion)

  • Policy: The perils of an ALL CAPS foreign policy (American Enterprise Institute)

  • Policy: How “green” energy subsidies transfer wealth to the rich (The Daily Signal)

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