Tuesday Top Headlines

Border security, ACLU against civil rights, White House press rules, Women's March, and more.

Media Editors · Nov. 20, 2018
  • Judge bars U.S. from enforcing Trump asylum ban (Associated Press)

  • U.S. shuts down busiest border crossing to help bulk up infrastructure and security (Washington Examiner)

  • Troops land at border, lay razor wire, ready tent cities, and anger narco gangs (Washington Examiner)

  • Pentagon to begin drawdown of troops at border (The Hill)

  • The ACLU refuses to defend civil rights when it comes to Title IX (The Atlantic)

  • Senators Feinstein and Harris push White House for deal on judicial nominees (The Washington Times)

  • Pelosi’s bid for House speaker imperiled as public opposition grows (Politico)

  • White House fully restores Jim Acosta’s press pass, but institutes new rules for journalists (CBS News)

  • Ivanka Trump’s lawyer slams “misinformation being peddled” after report that she used private email for government business (Fox News)

  • Women’s March founder calls on leaders to step down amid accusations of bigotry (National Review)

  • House Democrats push rule change for hijab-wearing freshman (The Washington Times)

  • Humor: Jim Acosta immediately decks White House intern after being let back into press pool (The Onion)

  • Policy: Trump is leading the way on conservative criminal justice reform (The Heritage Foundation)

  • Policy: What Congress can do now to fix immigration enforcement (The Daily Signal)

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