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