Media Editors / August 15, 2018

Wednesday Top Headlines

Catholic predators, Ellison allegations, Kavanaugh’s opinions, Omarosa, school discipline, and more.

  • 301 “predator priests” named in Pennsylvania grand jury sex abuse report (CBS Pittsburgh)

  • Vermont nominates first U.S. transgender candidate for governor (Associated Press)

  • Ellison wins Minnesota AG primary amid late domestic violence allegations (The Hill)

  • Four unanswered questions about FBI, DOJ after Peter Strzok’s firing (The Daily Signal)

  • Fired FBI agent Peter Strzok is already raking in major cash for his corruption (Townhall)

  • Brett Kavanaugh’s opinions will be based on Rule of Law, legal experts say (The Daily Signal)

  • Progressives fume as Dems meet with Kavanaugh (The Hill)

  • With little fanfare, Trump and McConnell reshape the nation’s circuit courts (The Washington Post)

  • Trump campaign seeks “millions” against Omarosa for violating nondisclosure (Washington Examiner)

  • Media coordinate with each other to battle Trump (Washington Examiner)

  • University of Iowa bows to legal pressure, lets religious groups require their leaders to be religious (Washington Examiner)

  • U.S. says small Russian satellite a space weapon (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Americans, even younger ones, drop smoking to lowest rate ever (Hot Air)

  • Good news: Man travels country to mow 50 lawns in 50 states for people in need (The Wichita Eagle)

  • Humor: Antifa member grounded for two weeks after staying out too late at rally (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Federal school discipline policy causes classroom disorder (Manhattan Institute)

  • Policy: The need for clear-eyed policymaking on student loan defaults (American Enterprise Institute)

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