Friday Top Headlines

Florida continued, caravan clash, wall being built, Pentagon fails audit, Assange charges, and more.

Media Editors · Nov. 16, 2018
  • Florida orders first-ever statewide hand recounts as legal fights continue (Tampa Bay Times)

  • Florida Democrats planned to use altered forms to “fix” mail ballots across state after deadline (Naples Daily News)

  • Democrats net 36th House pickup in Maine (Politico)

  • Kamala Harris compares ICE to KKK, gets slammed for “disgusting,” “horrifying” remarks (Fox News)

  • Migrant caravan, Tijuana residents clash at U.S. border fence: “You’re not welcome” (The Washington Times)

  • The “wall” continues to be built … slowly (National Review)

  • Pentagon fails its first-ever audit (Reuters)

  • Study: U.S. has spent nearly $6 trillion on war since 9/11 (The Daily Wire)

  • Grassley backs Flake, supports Senate vote on Mueller protection bill (Townhall)

  • Bernie Sanders targets Walmart with latest anti-corporate crusade (Reason)

  • U.S. attorney accidentally reveals feds have charged Julian Assange (Washington Examiner)

  • Media bias: Pretty much all of journalism now leans left, study shows (Investor’s Business Daily)

  • Humor: Citing need to “believe all women,” Avenatti immediately pleads guilty to domestic violence charges (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: The wrong time to cut defense: A new bipartisan report exposes the dangers facing America (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Policy: How misguided environmentalism is to blame for California’s wildfires (The Federalist)

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