Media Editors / Nov. 15, 2018

Thursday Top Headlines

Business optimism, more millionaires, prison reform, Florida vote, Saudi Arabia, and more.

  • Record-high business optimism, need for employees at 45-year high (Washington Examiner)

  • America first: 878,000 millionaires added in last 12 months (Washington Examiner)

  • Trump casts prison reform deal as start of “thriving” bipartisan era (The Washington Times)

  • Florida voters have until Saturday to fix signature issue, federal judge says (Fox News)

  • Florida Democrat organizer called voters to fix rejected mail-in ballots after Election Day (National Review)

  • McConnell reelected as Senate leader, while Thune is promoted to whip (The Hill)

  • McCarthy defeats Jordan for House minority leader; Liz Cheney joins GOP leadership (Fox News)

  • Pelosi unfazed as unhappy Democrats claim votes to block her rise (Associated Press)

  • Jeff Flake holding up Trump’s judicial nominees until Senate votes on bill protecting Mueller probe (Townhall)

  • McConnell rejects Mueller protection bill (The Washington Times)

  • Studies: ObamaCare’s Medicaid expansion bought Democrats votes (The Federalist)

  • DeVos set to bolster rights of accused in rewrite of sexual assault rules (The Washington Post)

  • Avenatti bailed out after being arrested on suspicion of felony domestic violence (Fox News)

  • British prime minister suffers severe blow over Brexit as ministers quit (Reuters)

  • White House files motion in CNN lawsuit: “No journalist has a First Amendment right to enter the White House” (CNS News)

  • Climate hoax: Not a single G-20 country is close to hitting CO2 emission targets (Investor’s Business Daily)

  • Saudi Arabia distances crown prince from killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi (The Washington Post)

  • Humor: Plastic container with “totally legit ballot box” label found at Florida polling place (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Why so busy? Our flawed college system takes toll on families years before tuition is due (Independent Women’s Forum)

  • Policy: It’s time to move the U.S. embassy to Yemen out of Saudi Arabia (The Hill)

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