Friday Top Headlines

GDP jump, Facebook drop, Cohen's claim, NoKo's offer, weaponizing info, and more.

Media Editors · Jul. 27, 2018
  • Second-quarter GDP jumps 4.1% for best pace in nearly four years (CNBC)

  • Facebook loses more than $100 billion in value — the biggest drop in Wall Street history — as privacy concerns finally take a toll (The Washington Post)

  • Cohen: Trump knew in advance of Trump Tower meeting with Russians; Trump: No I didn’t (Hot Air)

  • Trump’s message to critics: “I’ve never been a politician before” (The Daily Caller)

  • Jim Jordan running to replace Ryan as House Speaker (Washington Examiner)

  • Meadows backs off impeaching Deputy AG Rosenstein after leadership talks (The Hill)

  • America’s adversaries are weaponizing information, NSA director warns (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Remains of U.S. war dead retrieved from North Korea (Fox News)

  • Trump threatens Turkey with sanctions over detained pastor (The Hill)

  • Record high number of foreign college graduates taking U.S. jobs (Washington Examiner)

  • Coca-Cola will raise soda prices due to Trump tariffs (National Review)

  • Man with Down syndrome runs sock business worth $4M (WOFL)

  • Humor: Facebook fact-check feature narrowly saves man from laughing at satirical article (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: The importance of the truce In U.S.-EU trade disputes (Hudson Institute)

  • Policy: U.S. must avoid a single-payer health care system that stresses doctors to the breaking point (The Heritage Foundation)

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