Tuesday Top Headlines

Elections, NoKo missiles, wildfire, national debt, Catholic abuse, Facebook, and more.

Media Editors · Nov. 13, 2018
  • Martha McSally concedes defeat to Kyrsten Sinema in Arizona Senate race (CBS News)

  • Florida braces for volatile recount (The Hill)

  • U.S. analysts locate secret North Korean missile sites (Associated Press)

  • Trump planning shakeup, eyeing new chief of staff and DHS secretary (ABC News)

  • California wildfire becomes deadliest in state’s history as toll hits 42 (Yahoo News)

  • By 2020, interest on the debt will cost more than Medicaid; by 2025, it will cost more than defense spending (Reason)

  • Food stamp recipients down 4,123,082 under Trump (CNS News)

  • Vatican cancels U.S. bishops’ vote on sex abuse reform measures (The Daily Wire)

  • Conflicting reports of a Facebook executive’s firing fan the flames of an anti-conservative debate in Silicon Valley (CNBC)

  • Cops shoot armed security guard who stopped bar shooting (Hot Air)

  • Texas Board of Education considers eliminating Hillary Clinton and Helen Keller from curriculum (Fox News)

  • China’s communist party expands control under Xi (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • CNN sues President Trump and White House for banning reporter Jim Acosta (CNBC)

  • Humor: CNN unveils new slogan: “Orange Man Bad” (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: The fallacy of single-payer health care (City Journal)

  • Policy: Why we need more climate change skeptics (Foundation for Economic Education)

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