Tuesday Top Headlines

Bush tributes, asylum denials, illegal-immigrant welfare, Mueller hit with criminal complaint, and more.

Media Editors · Dec. 4, 2018
  • In nation’s capital, Bush remembered as “great man” and “gentle soul” (Associated Press)

  • Caravan migrants begin to breach border as frustration with slow asylum process grows (Fox News)

  • Asylum denials hit record high in 2018 (CBS News)

  • Study: 63% of noncitizen households in 2014 used welfare (The Daily Wire)

  • CIA Director Gina Haspel to brief Congress on Khashoggi murder (Hot Air)

  • Pentagon will resume sending green-card-holding recruits to training to comply with court order (ABC News)

  • Wall Street execs too afraid to hire women in wake of #MeToo (The Washington Times)

  • Federal employees ordered not to discuss the #Resistance on work time (The Daily Signal)

  • Conservative writer Corsi files criminal complaint against Mueller, alleges bid to seek false testimony (Fox News)

  • France suspends controversial fuel tax after weeks of unrest (The Washington Post)

  • UN climate summit to emit more CO2 than 8,200 American homes do in a year (The Daily Signal)

  • U.S. confirms: Iran successfully fired nuclear-capable missiles (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Legoland’s plastic straw ban is the height of environmental virtue signaling (Reason)

  • UC Berkeley settles landmark free-speech lawsuit, will pay $70,000 to conservative group (Washington Examiner)

  • Socialist paradise? In Havana, 3,865 buildings have collapsed since 2000 (Hot Air)

  • Humor: Frightening rise in anti-Semitism blamed on the Jews (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Congress should rethink electric vehicle subsidies (E21)

  • Policy: Worry less about inflation and more about recession (Bloomberg Opinion)

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