Wednesday Top Headlines

Trump retreats, criminal justice, Flynn sentencing delay, Comey misled, bump stocks banned, and more.

Media Editors · Dec. 19, 2018
  • Trump retreats on government shutdown (The Hill)

  • Senate to vote on funding bill, easing shutdown threat (Associated Press)

  • Sarah Sanders: Trump asked every agency to see if they have money for the wall (CNS News)

  • Trump says he’s eager to sign sweeping criminal justice bill (Associated Press)

  • Michael Flynn’s sentencing delayed so he can keep cooperating with Robert Mueller (Washington Examiner)

  • Comey misled Congress on dossier in closed-door testimony (The Washington Times)

  • Trump administration moves to ban bump stocks; possession illegal by March (Associated Press)

  • DC court dismisses lawsuit seeking Trump’s tax returns (The Hill)

  • Betsy DeVos rolls out new report on school safety (Townhall)

  • Five takeaways from the school safety report (The Daily Signal)

  • Seventy-three percent of top U.S. universities do not guarantee the presumption of innocence in Title IX sexual misconduct trials (Reason)

  • U.S. pledges $10.6 billion in aid for Central America and southern Mexico (Associated Press)

  • Trump administration plans to pull U.S. troops from Syria immediately (The Washington Post)

  • Nation of Islam receiving federal cash to teach prisoners (Washington Examiner)

  • Humor: Death panel orders life support removed from ObamaCare (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Senate’s conservative prison reform advances Trump’s public safety and economic growth agendas (The Daily Signal)

  • Policy: Obama’s school discipline guidance could be doomed — here’s why that’s great news (The Daily Signal)

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