Media Editors / November 12, 2018

Monday Top Headlines

Wildfires, election kerfuffles, illegal alien murderer, fake bomber indicted, Al Gore “wins,” and more.

  • Macron rips nationalism as Trump looks on: “Patriotism is the exact opposite of nationalism” (The Washington Times)

  • Congress braces for high-drama lame duck (The Hill)

  • Death toll rises in California wildfire, matching the deadliest fire in state history (Associated Press)

  • Florida’s secretary of state orders recounts in Senate, gubernatorial races; Trump “watching closely” (Fox News)

  • Kyrsten Sinema widens lead over Martha McSally in Arizona Senate race (AZ Central)

  • Stacey Abrams’ campaign files federal lawsuit in hopes to force runoff (Fox News)

  • CNN gearing up to sue over Jim Acosta’s suspended White House press pass (Washington Examiner)

  • “Sanctuary” refuses to take blame after triple homicide, says ICE is responsible for illegal immigrant perpetrator (The Washington Times)

  • More border jumpers nabbed in two days than in entire month of November 2017 (The Washington Times)

  • Man suspected of sending fake bombs to Trump critics charged in 30-count indictment (The Washington Post)

  • Senate Judiciary Committee: Here’s the evidence we found against Swetnick’s Kavanaugh allegations (The Daily Wire)

  • Schumer: Legislation restraining interim attorney general may be attached to must-pass budget bill (CNS News)

  • Parkland High School shooter registered to vote from jail (NBC News)

  • Congressman-elect Dan Crenshaw appears for Pete Davidson’s apology on “Saturday Night Live” (Variety)

  • James Comey discussed sensitive FBI business on his private email (New York Post)

  • Fox News is boycotting Twitter for allowing doxxing of Tucker Carlson, source says (The Daily Wire)

  • World’s smallest violin: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says she can’t afford apartment in DC until she receives congressional salary (Fox News)

  • Humor: Florida recount finally wraps up — Al Gore declared president (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: The wealth of nations begins at home (Institute for Family Studies)

  • Policy: Look inward, not to Washington, to fix the culture of incivility (Washington Examiner)

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