Thursday Top Headlines
Michael's destruction, negative media, circuit court nominees, Pompeo's warning, and more.
Hurricane Michael: Most powerful storm to hit U.S. in 50 years tears through Florida (ABC News)
Economic boom largely ignored as TV’s Trump coverage hits 92% negative (NewsBusters)
A look at President Trump’s nominees to the Second and Ninth Circuits (National Review)
The differences between Christine Ford and Nobel Peace Prize-winner Nadia Murad, an Iraqi Yazidi woman (Frontpage Mag)
Mike Pompeo rebukes South Korea’s kowtowing to North Korea (Washington Examiner)
U.S. arrests Chinese intelligence officer for economic spying (The Washington Free Beacon)
Trump’s tariffs now cost Americans more than ObamaCare taxes (Washington Examiner)
Politically charged American Music Awards hit new ratings low (National Review)
UK Supreme Court overturns case forcing Irish bakers to bake a same-sex marriage cake (The Resurgent)
Bottom story of the day: San Francisco dubbed “doo-doo capital” of the country (Fox News)
Humor: UN warns climate change will destroy Earth by 2005 (The Babylon Bee)
Policy: Time to rethink how we value our online identities (American Enterprise Institute)
Policy: The emerging U.S. energy powerhouse (The Heartland Institute)
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