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Friday Top Headlines

Economy, asylum, Demo plans, Republicans bullied, Facebook censorship, and more.

Media Editors · Nov. 2, 2018
  • October payrolls smash estimates with gain of 250,000; ranks of the employed rise to a fresh record of 156.6 million (CNBC)

  • Trump announces step to stop “meritless” asylum claims at border (The Daily Signal)

  • Trump announces end to catch and release, says military will fight back if illegal immigrants throw rocks (Townhall)

  • Operation Faithful Patriot: First 100 troops arrive to serve at border (Fox News)

  • Size of migrant caravan drops to around 4,000 with at least 600 miles to go (Hot Air)

  • 12 migrants traveling to U.S. sue Trump and the federal government by claiming violation of constitutional rights (Fox News)

  • Enforcement is working: Births to illegal immigrant parents in U.S. fall to lowest level since 2000 (CBS News)

  • Three things Democrats will do if they win the House — investigate, obstruct, impeach Trump (Washington Examiner)

  • Trump says Pelosi subpoena threat is “illegal” and grounds for Supreme Court battle (The Washington Times)

  • Study: Nearly half of Republicans feel bullied at work (The Daily Caller)

  • Crisis averted: New Jersey approves “Cory’s law” to let Booker run for White House and Senate at same time (Washington Examiner)

  • DOJ announces $8.7 million grant for active shooter training (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Facebook censoring pro-life political ads — again (Washington Examiner)

  • Promoting adoption, Trump affirms human life for “born and unborn” (The Daily Signal)

  • Report: Trump offers Heather Nauert UN ambassador job (Fox News)

  • Chinese company charged with stealing trade secrets from U.S. computer firm (NBC News)

  • U.S. poised to cave on Iran sanctions (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Humor: Don Lemon: “I apologize if any evil white people were offended by my remarks” (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Here’s how the GOP tax cuts are helping Americans in every state (The Daily Signal)

  • Policy: U.S. oil production allows America to crack down on Iran (National Review)

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