Media Editors / September 20, 2018

Thursday Top Headlines

Dow record, Kavanaugh kerfuffle, FBI dossier, Pelosi’s bid, Catholic rules, and more.

  • Dow hits record, surpassing January level (CNBC)

  • Grassley tells Ford, Democrats to use scheduled hearing or lose opportunity (The Washington Times)

  • Kirsten Gillibrand: Kavanaugh’s accuser shouldn’t participate in this “sham hearing” (Hot Air)

  • No surprise: Claire McCaskill waits until coast is clear to announce she’s opposing Kavanaugh (Townhall)

  • Democrat congressman threatens “judicial impeachment” of Kavanaugh (CNS News)

  • Demo endgame: Poll shows 46% believe accusation against Kavanaugh, 19% don’t (Hot Air)

  • “She denied it to Bill’s victims”: Juanita Broaddrick blasts Hillary calling for “due process” on Kavanaugh accuser (Fox Insider)

  • Ellison accuser releases 2017 medical document saying she feared “retribution” (The Washington Times)

  • Trump again eviscerates Sessions: “I don’t have an attorney general” (The Hill)

  • FBI sought to elevate anti-Trump dossier to official intelligence file despite CIA, DNI objections (The Washington Times)

  • Pelosi bid to regain House speaker role facing new threat from rebel Democrats (Fox News)

  • Catholic bishops announce new rules for sexual abuse accusations (The Hill)

  • March for Our Lives cofounder quits, has regrets about things he said (The Daily Wire)

  • Illegal alien charged with murder of Mollie Tibbetts pleads not guilty (Des Moines Register)

  • Rapist identifies as trans woman, gets sent to women’s prison, sexually assaults four inmates (Washington Examiner)

  • Drug overdoses, suicides push life expectancy in U.S. behind other developed nations (The Washington Times)

  • Google’s prototype Chinese search engine links searches to phone numbers (The Guardian)

  • Humor: Ford may not testify before Senate Judiciary Committee because she’s not sure exactly when or where the hearing happens (ScrappleFace)

  • Policy: The Accountable Capitalism Act: socialist and unconstitutional (National Review)

  • Policy: Two visions for market-based health care reform (Real Clear Policy)

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