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Unemployment falls, Bill Lee wins TN, California sues, Americans pray more, and more.

Media Editors · Aug. 3, 2018
  • U.S. gains 157,000 jobs in July as unemployment falls to 3.9% (MarketWatch)

  • Underdog Bill Lee, the one who didn’t go negative and spent the least, surges to decisive win in Tennessee GOP gubernatorial primary (Fox News)

  • Good news for the GOP, Hispanics are boosting Trump’s poll numbers (The Washington Times)

  • Black pastor: Trump “probably going to be … most pro-black president that we’ve had in our lifetime” (CNS News)

  • Naturally: California suing to block rollback of Obama auto-emission standards (National Review)

  • Trump officials sound alarm on Russian meddling, vow to fight back (Fox News)

  • Despite the drama, Trump’s Helsinki performance has forced a tougher U.S. policy against Moscow (Washington Examiner)

  • U.S. issues new warning to Europe: End business with Iran or face harsh sanctions (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Man arrested for threatening Steve Scalise in voicemails (National Review)

  • How “woke”: New York Times hires left-wing writer with long history of racist tweets … against whites (The Federalist)

  • Illegal immigrants say Facebook discriminates against them (The Washington Times)

  • Good news: Pew survey: Americans pray more than citizens of any other wealthy nation (National Review)

  • Humor: Millennial drops support for socialism after learning how hard it is to get avocado toast in Venezuela (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: The consequences of Philadelphia’s ICE decision (The Daily Signal)

  • Policy: America’s Turkey problem finally comes to a head (National Review)

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