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Media Editors / Sep. 26, 2018

Wednesday Top Headlines

Consumer confidence, UN speech, Kavanaugh circus, HHS and baby parts, and more.

  • Consumer confidence notches highest level in roughly 18 years (CNBC)

  • Top takeaways from Trump’s UN speech for friends and foes alike (The Daily Signal)

  • Iran (the foremost state sponsor of terrorism): U.S. sanctions are “economic terrorism” (The Hill)

  • President Trump: I’m not meeting with Iran until it changes its behavior (Townhall)

  • Five countries announce deal to defy Trump on oil trade with Iran (Washington Examiner)

  • Third Kavanaugh accuser says he was present for a “gang rape” (The Hill)

  • Rachel Mitchell, prosecutor experienced in sex-crimes cases, to question Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford; tentative panel vote slated for Friday (Fox News)

  • 10 red flags about sexual-assault claims, from an employment lawyer (The Federalist)

  • Far-left activists threaten Trump, Cruz, and Kavanaugh: “You are not safe. We will find you.” (The Daily Wire)

  • Bill Cosby sentenced to 3-10 years behind bars for sexual assault (CBS News)

  • Fired Justice Department employee who moonlighted as socialist, anti-Trump activist sets up GoFundMe to sue administration (The Daily Caller)

  • Facing pressure from pro-life groups, HHS terminates baby parts contract (Townhall)

  • Report: Federal low-income housing program lacks basic anti-fraud safeguards (Reason)

  • U.S. Army reservist arrested in Chicago on charges of spying for China (NPR)

  • West Virginia’s decision to allow smartphone voting for midterms raises serious security concerns (PJ Media)

  • Twitter to ban “dehumanizing” comments with user help (Agence France-Presse)

  • Humor: Bill Clinton: “Allegations of sexual misconduct should disqualify a man from public office” (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: UN speech: Can new “Trump Doctrine” remake the world? (Investor’s Business Daily)

  • Policy: A national cybersecurity strategy: Better late than never (Hudson Institute)

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