Tuesday Top Headlines

Wall negotiations, asylum claims, Kavanaugh sides with leftist justices, economic fears, and more.

Media Editors · Dec. 11, 2018
  • Trump, Democrats start border wall negotiations (The Hill)

  • Asylum claims at the border soar 67% (The Washington Times)

  • Judge rules Trump administration justified in ending Obama-era immigration program (Associated Press)

  • Survey finds 158 million migrants want to move to the U.S. (Washington Examiner)

  • Brett Kavanaugh sides with leftist justices in declining to hear Planned Parenthood defunding case (Washington Examiner)

  • 2020 Democrat primary: California and Texas look to become the new Iowa and New Hampshire (NBC News)

  • Pelosi, rebels discuss limiting her time as speaker to four years (Politico)

  • Job openings back over seven million and near a record high (CNBC)

  • Small-business optimism dips over fears of an economic slowdown (CNBC)

  • Stocks are on track for the worst year in a decade (CNBC)

  • Steel industry booming after Trump tariffs (Washington Examiner)

  • Trump EPA prepares to roll back Obama-era clean water rules (USA Today)

  • Budget deficit soars in first two months of fiscal year (The Hill)

  • Macron surrenders to “yellow vests” in blow to climate movement: “The government did not listen” (The Washington Times)

  • Five missing Marines declared dead in warplanes crash off Japan (Associated Press)

  • Judge rules Americans can secretly record public officials (The Washington Times)

  • Humor: Heisman winner proves if you work hard and believe in yourself, you too can have journalists try to ruin your life by combing through your old tweets (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: On gender, the science is deafening (The Daily Signal)

  • Policy: When college degrees impede opportunity (Inside Higher Ed)

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