Thursday Top Headlines

Wages jump, Trump on birthright citizenship, border surge, Sanders humor, and more.

Media Editors · Nov. 1, 2018
  • Wages and salaries jump by 3.1% — the highest level in a decade (CNBC)

  • Trump backs off executive order threat, says Congress is better path to end birthright citizenship (The Washington Times)

  • Border surge highest since 2011; each illegal immigrant costs $70,000, or sevenfold more than deportation price (Washington Examiner)

  • Trump says he could send as many as 15,000 troops to the border (NBC News)

  • During debate, Elizabeth Warren learns about ethics complaint against her for Kavanaugh fundraising email (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Jon Tester’s campaign takes a hit after shady mailer prompts Libertarian to drop out, back GOP candidate (Fox News)

  • House Republicans, White House commit to 10% middle-class tax cut next year (Washington Examiner)

  • DeVos rewrite of Title IX sex-assault rules will allow cross-examination of accusers (Fox News)

  • Harvey Weinstein accused of sexually assaulting 16-year-old (New York Post)

  • Bill de Blasio subpoenaed in corruption trial (Hot Air)

  • Federal grand jury indicts synagogue shooting suspect on 44 counts (The Hill)

  • Google employees to walk out to protest treatment of women (Associated Press)

  • Nearly half of Afghanistan under terrorist control as U.S. pours billions into country (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Humor: Bernie Sanders cheerily greets trick-or-treaters before stealing their candy for redistribution (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: America’s 5G rendezvous with destiny (Hudson Institute)

  • Policy: Why wind power isn’t the answer (City Journal)

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