Thursday Top Headlines

Civility update, sanctuary cities, a third caravan, stocks plummet, Saudi story, and more.

Media Editors · Oct. 25, 2018
  • Trump calls for “peace and harmony” in wake of domestic pipe bomb terrorism (Washington Examiner)

  • New York Times: Who’s up for a short story about Trump being assassinated? (Hot Air)

  • Judge finds part of Trump's sanctuary city policy unconstitutional (Townhall)

  • Third U.S.-bound caravan takes shape, this one from El Salvador (NBC News)

  • Media fawn over caravan, but thousands more gather to end abortion and get no coverage (Washington Examiner)

  • Democrats boycott another hearing for Trump judicial nominees (The Washington Times)

  • Tax-cut repeal could cost Americans $27,000 in pay over 10 years (The Daily Signal)

  • Stocks plummet, erasing 2018 gains (National Review)

  • New York sues Exxon Mobil, accuses company of downplaying climate change risks (The Hill)

  • Trump administration approves first oil and gas drilling in Alaska’s federal waters (Washington Examiner)

  • Saudi Arabia says Khashoggi’s killing was premeditated in latest reversal (The Washington Post)

  • U.S. will allow Iran key financial lifeline in major concession (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Federal judge blocks Georgia from throwing out absentee ballots based on signature mismatches (USA Today)

  • Trump signs sweeping opioids bill, says effort will make “big dent” in deadly crisis (The Washington Times)

  • Humor: Bloods, Crips release joint statement calling for more civility in U.S. politics (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: The migrant caravan is a symptom of nagging challenges in Central America (American Enterprise Institute)

  • Policy: The U.S. needs to put its values back at the center of foreign policy (American Enterprise Institute)

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