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Media Editors / Sep. 21, 2018

Friday Top Headlines

Dems' scripted fakery, Trump delays declassification, Kaepernick's medal, and more.

  • Jobless claims fall to 49-year low for third straight week (The Hill)

  • Scripted fakery: Christine Blasey Ford “willing” to testify about Kavanaugh allegations, but not on Monday and on her own utterly ludicrous terms (CBS News)

  • Kavanaugh accuser’s classmate: “That it happened or not, I have no idea” (NPR)

  • Senate Dems urge FBI to probe threats against Ford; those against Kavanaugh and kin unmentioned (Fox News)

  • Ford’s attorneys were scheduled to headline a Democrat fundraiser (National Review)

  • Booker’s push for Kavanaugh vote delay called out over his 1992 column detailing teenage groping (Fox News)

  • Trump hits pause on declassifying documents related to Russia probe (NBC Washington)

  • EPA takes steps to ensure regulatory reforms advance (The Daily Signal)

  • U.S. sanctions China for buying Russian arms (National Review)

  • FY 2018 refugee admissions: 70.8% Christians; 15.4% Muslims (CNS News)

  • Trump finds fault with latest spending bill: Where’s the border wall funding? (The Washington Times)

  • Google staff discussed tweaking search results to counter travel ban (Reuters)

  • California Gov. Jerry Brown signs bill limiting use of plastic straws in restaurants (Washington Examiner)

  • Harvard to award Colin Kaepernick medal for work in African-American studies (The Washington Times)

  • Humor: Nation’s FBI agents just want to get back to their main business of investigating vast UFO conspiracies (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Current planned defense budget falls short (The Heritage Foundation)

  • Policy: U.S. should not sign a peace declaration with North Korea (The Heritage Foundation)

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