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Media Editors / September 28, 2018

Friday Top Headlines

Kavanaugh’s testimony, Rosenstein on hold, Iran’s secret facility, CA sanctuary law, and more.

  • Feinstein denies that her office leaked Ford’s letter, blames Ford’s friends (Townhall)

  • Ford never authorized release of letter to Feinstein (The Daily Caller)

  • Bill Clinton rape accuser Juanita Broaddrick slams Democrats for “biggest double standard” on Kavanaugh (Fox News)

  • Mark Judge, Kavanaugh’s friend, responds to Ford’s testimony prior to key vote (Fox News)

  • Senate Judiciary Committee republicans’ addresses, phone numbers released on Wikipedia pages (The Washington Times)

  • Kavanaugh hearing runs red hot with partisan anger (Associated Press)

  • Why another FBI investigation of Kavanaugh would be pointless (The Daily Signal)

  • Trump postpones Rosenstein meeting (The Hill)

  • Bob Goodlatte subpoenas Andrew McCabe’s memos (Washington Examiner)

  • House Intelligence Committee votes to release Russia transcripts (The Hill)

  • Netanyahu reveals another secret atomic facility in Iran (The Daily Wire)

  • F-35 makes U.S. combat debut in Afghanistan (The Hill)

  • China steps up spying on U.S. military (The Washington Times)

  • UN Human Rights Council adopts “feeble” resolution on Venezuela that lays no blame for crisis (CNS News)

  • California judge punches hole in state’s sanctuary law (The Washington Times)

  • New California law allows children to get transgender treatments without parental consent (Townhall)

  • Humor: Cory Booker asks Ford to please stop interrupting his 2020 campaign speech (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Turning down the heat on immigration (National Review)

  • Policy: In its competition with China, the United States must develop an approach that serves all Americans (City Journal)

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