Thursday Top Headlines

Cohen to prison, farm bill approved, Pelosi speaker deal, earmarks revival, Theresa May survives, and more.

Media Editors · Dec. 13, 2018
  • Former Trump attorney Michael Cohen gets three years in prison, blames Trump for his “path of darkness” (ABC News)

  • Cohen pleaded guilty to something that is not a crime (National Review)

  • FBI created multiple summaries of Michael Flynn’s questioning — what are they hiding? (The Federalist)

  • House sends compromise farm bill to Trump’s desk (National Review)

  • House, Senate agree on sexual-harassment bill after months-long struggle to resolve differences (The Washington Post)

  • Pelosi reaches deal to be speaker by agreeing to stay only four years (NBC News)

  • Trump gets win as Xi makes good on pledge to buy U.S. soybeans (Bloomberg)

  • House Democrats change rules to make it easier to raise taxes (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Return of pork-barrel politics? Democrats plot to revive earmarks (Washington Examiner)

  • Theresa May survives confidence vote (BBC)

  • Third-ranking Vatican official convicted of sexually abusing choir boys (National Review)

  • Boy Scouts of America may file for bankruptcy protection amid sex-abuse lawsuits (Fox Business)

  • Fentanyl now America’s deadliest drug with more than 18,000 overdose deaths in 2016 (USA Today)

  • Strasbourg terrorist had been on French terrorist watch list for three years (The Daily Wire)

  • ISIS spends most of its time and energy killing Muslims, and its mass graves tell the tale (Washington Examiner)

  • Humor: Woke parents refuse to assume newborn baby’s nutrition preferences (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Huawei is the doorway to China’s police state (The National Interest)

  • Policy: It’s time to reform food-stamp policy (National Review)

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