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Media Editors / October 1, 2018

Monday Top Headlines

SCOTUS starts term, new NAFTA deal, tax cuts, Facebook hack, minimum wage, and more.

  • Supreme Court starts new term shorthanded (The Hill)

  • Key witnesses knew nothing about any misconduct, stick to stories as FBI digs into Kavanaugh case (The Washington Times)

  • Trump clinches new NAFTA deal (Bloomberg)

  • House GOP to call Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein back to Capitol Hill (The Washington Post)

  • House votes to make individual tax breaks permanent (Washington Examiner)

  • Pyongyang tells U.S. to end sanctions: “There is no way we will unilaterally disarm ourselves first” (CNS News)

  • China slashes steel, textile tariffs as Trump ratchets up pressure (Washington Examiner)

  • Nearly 50 million Facebook accounts impacted by “security issue” (The Washington Times)

  • California governor signs tough net neutrality bill, and Justice Department sues (CBS News)

  • Viganò challenges Vatican to speak on sex-abuse cover-up in new letter (National Review)

  • Highest minimum wage in the U.S. will hit $19 an hour (The Daily Signal)

  • One-third of Americans prescribed opioids in the past two years (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Humor: Senate to be replaced with room full of monkeys throwing feces (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Kill, don’t expand, tax subsidies for electric vehicles (Washington Examiner)

  • Policy: The incredible economic opportunities of offshore energy exploration (National Review)

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