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Thursday Top Headlines

Bush honored, migrant scales wall to give birth, carbon-rule rollback, Steel dossier concerns, and more.

Media Editors · Dec. 6, 2018
  • “A great and noble man”: President Bush honored one last time in Washington (The Washington Times)

  • Navy will perform unprecedented 21-fighter flyover for Texas funeral (USNI News)

  • After Texas funeral, Bush to be buried next to wife and daughter (ABC News)

  • Nineteen-year-old Honduran woman in migrant caravan scales border wall to give birth in U.S. after 2,000-mile trip (Fox News)

  • Mexico is breaking records for importing natural gas from the States (Hot Air)

  • EPA to roll back carbon rule on new coal plants (Reuters)

  • France’s Macron scraps fuel tax after protests (Associated Press)

  • FBI-DOJ email chain shows FBI was concerned about reliability of Steele dossier before getting FISA warrant (CNS News)

  • Top Harris advisor resigns over harassment settlement; Harris claims she didn’t know (The Daily Wire)

  • Federal court upholds New Jersey gun-control law limiting high-capacity magazines (NBC News)

  • Massachusetts governor ignores court order to reinstate gun permits (Bearing Arms)

  • Fearing false rape accusations, men are asking women to create “consent videos” (The Daily Wire)

  • Facebook let some companies exploit users’ friends data, UK email dump alleges (CBS News)

  • “VeggieTales” is “racist” and “dangerous” for children, California students claim (Fox News)

  • Humor: “VeggieTales” producers apologize for episode where Larry the Cucumber joins the KKK (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Direct primary care can rein in our out-of-control health care costs (Washington Examiner)

  • Policy: There is a way for affirmative action to become constructive and fair; its practitioners won’t like it (Washington Examiner)

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