Wednesday Top Headlines

Explosives sent to Obama and Clinton, GOP enthusiasm, punishing Saudi Arabia, and more.

Media Editors · Oct. 24, 2018
  • Feds investigating “potential explosive devices” sent to Clinton and Obama (CNBC)

  • One winning ticket sold in South Carolina for $1.6 billion lottery jackpot (Reuters)

  • Leftmedia-induced ignorance is bliss? Many Americans say they haven’t benefited from Trump's economy (Bloomberg)

  • GOP shows new strength in early voting as fight for control of Congress tightens (Fox News)

  • Senate slipping away as Democrats fight to preserve blue wave (Associated Press)

  • White House report says socialist policies could cut GDP nearly in half (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Border apprehensions up nearly 100,000 in fiscal 2018 (The Hill)

  • DHS “can confirm” gang members and criminals are accompanying the caravan (Washington Examiner)

  • Second caravan gathering in Guatemala (Fox News)

  • U.S. takes first step in punishing Saudi Arabia over Khashoggi killing (Townhall)

  • Records show Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum lied about favor from undercover FBI agents (National Review)

  • Number of unvaccinated children increasing in the U.S. despite overall high coverage (ABC News)

  • Pence gives Space Force update, tasks it with preserving peace in space (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • House Republicans postpone Rosenstein interview (The Hill)

  • DC and Virginia attorneys general open inquiry into sexual abuse by Catholic priests in Washington (The Washington Post)

  • Humor: On gender, Left steps up effort against notorious hate group: reality (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: The necessity and impossibility of entitlement reform (RealClearPolicy)

  • Policy: What’s at stake in rebuilding the military (The Daily Signal)

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