Wednesday Top Headlines

Wages grow, end Russia probe, Kelly stays, Space Force, 3D gun fiction, and more.

Media Editors · Aug. 1, 2018
  • Wages, benefits grow at fastest rate in nearly a decade (National Review)

  • Trump calls on Jeff Sessions to end Russia probe “right now” (Washington Examiner)

  • Trump calls for voter ID: “Only American citizens would vote in American elections” (CNS News)

  • Judge issues temporary restraining order stopping release of 3D-printed gun (Associated Press)

  • Senate GOP, Dems reach deal to move major domestic spending bill (The Hill)

  • Kelly agrees to remain chief of staff through 2020 at Trump’s request (The Wall Street Journal)

  • Trump administration deals another blow to ObamaCare, removes ban on short-term health insurance plans (National Review)

  • Pentagon to start creating Space Force — even before Congress approves it (Defense One)

  • ICE official has to explain to Democrat senator that illegal aliens break the law (The Daily Wire)

  • EPA: Key air pollutants drop 73% since 1970 (The Daily Signal)

  • Oh, well okay then! “Medicare for All” could cost $32 trillion but may also save $2 trillion (ABC News)

  • Facebook says it found new covert campaign to spread divisive political messages (NBC News)

  • Democrats have a new millennial problem: Young socialist candidates (Washington Examiner)

  • Humor: Ginsburg: “I am mentally fit enough to serve through the end of President Eisenhower’s term” (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: The 3D-gun debate: separating truth from fiction (National Review)

  • Policy: Memo to Trump: Listen to Larry Kudlow and fix the unfair capital gains tax (Investor’s Business Daily)

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