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Media Editors / Sep. 7, 2018

Friday Top Headlines

Good jobs report, 200 Kavanaugh protesters arrested, Catholic investigations, and more.

  • Economy adds more jobs than expected in August, and wage growth hits post-recession high (CNBC)

  • U.S. weekly jobless claims drop to near 49-year low (Reuters)

  • Three takeaways from Day 3 of Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings (The Daily Signal)

  • Over 200 protesters arrested during Kavanaugh hearings (The Hill)

  • Booker’s bogus Resistance theatrics backfire (Washington Examiner)

  • Denials roll in from top administration officials on anonymous op-ed (The Daily Caller)

  • Five key questions about the anonymous “senior official” (The Daily Caller)

  • Elizabeth Warren calls for Trump’s removal from office under 25th Amendment (The Washington Times)

  • Prosecutors use grand jury as investigation of Andrew McCabe intensifies (The Washington Post)

  • Six state AGs open investigations into Catholic dioceses over abuse scandals (Hot Air)

  • College chooses “country over company,” terminates Nike sponsorship deal (The Washington Times)

  • Trump administration announces new rule to detain children with parents (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • 9/11 death toll will soon be surpassed by death toll from diseases caused by 9/11 toxic debris (The Daily Wire)

  • Twitter permanently bans Alex Jones, Infowars, citing abuse (Associated Press)

  • DOJ announces charges against North Korean hacker for Sony, Wannacry cyber attacks (ABC News)

  • North Korea’s Kim Jong-un expresses faith in Trump, reaffirms commitment to nuclear-free peninsula (Fox News)

  • This just in: Obama to join midterm battle with pointed criticism of Trump (NBC News)

  • Humor/satire: NYT op-ed blowback: Trump behavior shames surging economy (ScrappleFace)

  • Policy: America’s looming doctor shortage: What policymakers should do (The Heritage Foundation)

  • Policy: Preserve U.S. interests in Syria by backing the Kurds (Washington Examiner)

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