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Media Editors / October 4, 2018

Thursday Top Headlines

Kavanaugh closing in, ricin attacker arrested, citizenship test, Amazon’s duplicity, and more.

  • Senate Judiciary Committee receives FBI report on sexual misconduct allegations against Kavanaugh; White House finds no support for accuser claims (Fox News)

  • McConnell files cloture on Kavanaugh nomination; Senate will vote on Saturday (The Daily Wire)

  • Minneapolis police won’t look into domestic-abuse claim against Keith Ellison (Star Tribune)

  • Russia collusion bombshell: DNC lawyers met with FBI on dossier before surveillance warrant (The Hill)

  • GOP-doxxing suspect arrested; worked or interned for Feinstein, Jackson Lee, other Democrats (Fox News)

  • Navy vet arrested for allegedly trying to poison Mattis and the Navy’s top officer (Military Times)

  • 1-in-3 pass “U.S. Citizenship Test,” which drops to just 19% for Americans 45 and younger (Washington Examiner)

  • Bloomberg buying Tennessee Senate race (CNBC)

  • Seven officers shot, one killed, in Florence, South Carolina (WBTW CBS 13)

  • Judge cites evidence that Trump “harbors an animus against non-white, non-European aliens” in ruling (Fox News)

  • Amazon eliminates monthly bonuses and stock grants after minimum-wage increase (The Verge)

  • U.S. withdrawing from treaty with Iran after International Court of Justice ruling (The Weekly Standard)

  • New VA rankings: Five hospitals get lowest one-star rating for third year (USA Today)

  • Academics expose “grievance studies” journals with bogus papers (Hot Air)

  • Scientist suspended, put under investigation for arguing physics isn’t sexist (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Humor? Kamala Harris: “We would apply the same fair standards to any SCOTUS nominee whose life we were trying to destroy” (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: A $15 minimum wage is great for Amazon — but not for America (The Week)

  • Policy: California quota bill won’t help women (Independent Women’s Forum)

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