Media Editors / October 16, 2018

Tuesday Top Headlines

Deficit problems, women’s groups silent on Hillary, Saudi admission, Catholic abuse, and more.

  • Federal budget deficit clocks in at $779 billion for 2018, the largest since 2012 (Washington Examiner)

  • Cherokee Nation knocks Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s DNA test results (NBC Tulsa)

  • You don’t say: Major women’s groups silent on Hillary Clinton’s “abuse of power” comments (Huffington Post)

  • Keith Ellison’s lead in Minnesota attorney general election vanishing amid domestic abuse allegations (Fox News)

  • Jeff Sessions rips federal judges over anti-Trump bias (The Washington Times)

  • Saudis preparing to admit journalist killed by “mistake” during interrogation (Townhall)

  • Judge dismisses Stormy Daniels lawsuit against Trump, orders her to pay his legal fees (Mediaite)

  • Washington Catholic Archdiocese releases names of 31 clergy members “credibly accused” since 1948 of sexually abusing minors (The Washington Post)

  • Migrant group doubles in size, enters Guatemala on way toward Mexico and the U.S. (Reuters)

  • Trade war cost: China’s third-quarter GDP growth seen hitting lowest since 2009 (Reuters)

  • Air Force failed to protect frontline F-22 jets during Hurricane Michael (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • “First Man” crashes in the box office following flag controversy (The Daily Wire)

  • Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer” cracks top 10 at box office (The Daily Signal)

  • Humor: Elizabeth Warren disappointed after DNA test shows zero trace of presidential material (The Onion)

  • Policy: Don’t punish the UAE and Bahrain for Saudi misdeeds (American Enterprise Institute)

  • Policy: Countering the rise of China (The Daily Signal)

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