Wednesday Top Headlines

Economic roaring, Demos vs. Trump, Honduras caravan, Saudi Arabia, and more.

Media Editors · Oct. 17, 2018
  • Great again: U.S. is world’s most competitive economy for first time in a decade (The Daily Wire)

  • Another great sign for the economy: Job openings hit an all-time high of 7.14 million in August (CNBC)

  • All the ways House Democrats are planning to make Trump’s life miserable next year (The Washington Post)

  • Now Democrats want to “expand the House of Representatives” (The Daily Wire)

  • Six Democrat scandals the networks are burying this election year (NewsBusters)

  • Sen. Heidi Heitkamp apologizes for outing sexual-assault survivors (National Review)

  • Robert Mueller ready to deliver key findings in Trump probe (Bloomberg)

  • Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson pleads the Fifth (Washington Examiner)

  • Trump: I’ll cut aid to Honduras unless the caravan stops (Hot Air)

  • Honduran government begs migrant caravan to turn back (The Washington Times)

  • New lurid claims over how Saudi Arabia’s Jamal Khashoggi was killed (USA Today)

  • Google confirms censored search engine “Dragonfly” being developed for China (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Shocker: Google News results favor left-leaning media (USA Today)

  • Atlanta agrees to pay former fire chief $1.2 million (The Resurgent)

  • Village academic curriculum: Clayton State University professor offers extra credit for attending Democrat campaign event (Campus Reform)

  • Is Elizabeth Warren guilty of cultural appropriation? (The Federalist)

  • Humor: Tomahawk-wielding Warren vows to take land back from the pale faces (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Ben Carson takes on high housing costs (National Review)

  • Policy: We must teach college students basic economics (E21)

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