Monday Top Headlines
Wage growth, shrinking EPA, "anonymous" probe, CBS ousts Moonves, NFL protests, and more.
Wage growth soars at its fastest pace since the Great Recession (Business Insider)
Fed says stronger U.S. economy may warrant “restrictive” rates (Fox Business)
With a shrinking EPA, Trump delivers on his promise to cut government (The Washington Post)
Hurricane Florence gains strength; Carolinas, Mid-Atlantic states prepare for surge (Fox News)
Democrat super PAC files criminal perjury complaint against Kavanaugh (Hot Air)
Another #MeToo moment: Leslie Moonves departs as chief of CBS after sex-abuse allegations (CBS News)
Trump administration to close Palestinian leadership’s office in a bid to mount pressure over peace deal (Fox News)
U.S. says Syria plans gas attack in rebel stronghold (The Wall Street Journal)
NFL anthem protests resume (USA Today)
Ratings for NFL season opener down double digits from last year (Hot Air)
Humor: “At least I didn’t die from tax cuts,” whispers man dying from Kavanaugh nomination (The Babylon Bee)
Policy: Why women should support Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination (Real Clear Policy)
Policy: Trump was right to end funding for the UN Palestinian aid organization (The Daily Signal)
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