Monday Top Headlines

Wage growth, shrinking EPA, "anonymous" probe, CBS ousts Moonves, NFL protests, and more.

Media Editors · Sep. 10, 2018
  • 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)

  • White House probe into “anonymous” NYT columnist narrows to a “few people” (The Daily Wire)

  • 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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