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Ford to testify, Dems call for Kavanaugh withdrawal, Fed hikes rates, justice humor, and more.

Media Editors · Sep. 27, 2018
  • Two men say they, not Kavanaugh, had alleged sexual encounter with Ford (USA Today)

  • Top Democrats call for Kavanaugh’s withdrawal (CNBC)

  • Ford loses bid to limit press access to Kavanaugh hearing (The Washington Times)

  • Kavanaugh turns over calendar from summer of ‘82 to push back on allegations (Fox News)

  • Seven questions about the Avenatti/Swetnick story (National Review)

  • Hoax? Fifth accuser recants story of Kavanaugh boat assault (The Washington Times)

  • Trump says he may delay Rosenstein meeting, would prefer not to fire him (USA Today)

  • House passes $854 billion spending bill to avert shutdown; Trump says he’ll sign it (The Hill)

  • Fed hikes rates, raises 2018 growth projections to 3.1% (Washington Examiner)

  • Final reading on second-quarter GDP confirms 4.2% gain, the fastest rise in nearly four years (CNBC)

  • Pompeo confirms there will be second summit between Trump, Kim Jong-un (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Trump: China is trying to meddle in 2018 election (CNS News)

  • U.S. court upholds Louisiana restriction on abortion clinics (Reuters)

  • Taxpayers could save over $3 trillion by eliminating wasteful and inefficient programs and unfair subsidies (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • The only thing worse than being searched by the TSA is working for the TSA (Reason)

  • Humor: United States justice system to close all brick-and-mortar locations, operate exclusively on Twitter (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Keys for a consumer-centric approach to online privacy (American Enterprise Institute)

  • Policy: How Fed rate increases affect the economy (E21)

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