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Michael's damage, 15 more judges, American pastor to be freed, cardinal resigns, and more.

Media Editors · Oct. 12, 2018
  • Hurricane Michael leaves 1.2 million in the dark from Florida to Virginia (Washington Examiner)

  • Florida Air Force base suffers “widespread catastrophic damage” from Michael (CBS News)

  • 15 more judicial confirmations, with more to come (National Review)

  • Turkish court rules to release U.S. pastor Brunson (NBC News)

  • Trump administration touts 2019 drop in average ObamaCare premiums (USA Today)

  • China trade surplus with U.S. widens to record $34.1B (Associated Press)

  • Pope accepts Cardinal Wuerl’s resignation as archbishop of Washington after sexual-abuse scandal (Catholic News Service)

  • Army to attack recruitment shortfall in booming economy (The Washington Times)

  • Pentagon grounds F-35 fighter jet flights in wake of crash (New York Post)

  • Washington state court throws out death penalty, calling it racially biased (Fox News)

  • Humor: New polls increase fears that midterm elections will be won by wave of politicians (The Onion)

  • Policy: Researchers argue benefits of CO2 outweigh the harm (Inside Sources)

  • Policy: Are immigrants driving income inequality? (American Action Forum)

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