Media Editors / November 27, 2018

Tuesday Top Headlines

Border clashes, guest-worker visas, Mueller and Manafort, murdered cops, and more.

  • More clashes and shutdowns expected at southern border (San Francisco Chronicle)

  • Don’t want your kids to get tear-gassed? Leave them at home when you riot (Washington Examiner)

  • Tear gas was used once a month under Obama’s U.S. Customs and Border Protection (The Washington Times)

  • Three times previous presidents closed the border (The Daily Signal)

  • Lawmakers strike deal to double the number of guest-worker visas (The Washington Times)

  • GOP chairman releases year-end tax package (The Hill)

  • Robert Mueller’s office says Paul Manafort broke his cooperation deal by lying (ABC News)

  • Government-buoyed GM to slash up to 14,000 jobs in North America (Associated Press)

  • The Chevy Cruze, Obama’s “car of the future,” goes kaput (Washington Examiner)

  • Russia-Ukraine crisis: Kiev declares martial law as world powers condemn the seizure of ships by Putin’s forces near Crimea (Independent)

  • Four law enforcement officers killed in line-of-duty incidents over two-day span (ABC News)

  • Trump administration proposes Medicare Part D changes to bolster negotiating power (The Washington Times)

  • Top California Democrat takes leave of absence amid inquiry into sexual misconduct allegations (Washington Examiner)

  • Supreme Court leans towards allowing Apple antitrust suit (Reuters)

  • Humor: Recently pardoned turkey found dead after claiming to have dirt on Hillary Clinton (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Four problems with the new climate change report (The Daily Signal)

  • Policy: Why climate litigation is out of place (The Washington Times)

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