Tuesday Top Headlines

Trump's border address, gun control, Syria withdrawal, carbon emissions, Venezuelan judge flees, and more.

Media Editors · Jan. 8, 2019
  • Trump to deliver prime-time address, travel to southern border amid shutdown standoff (Fox News)

  • White House orders IRS to pay income tax refunds despite government shutdown (ABC News)

  • Trump aides lay foundation for emergency order to build wall, saying border is in “crisis” (The Washington Post)

  • Despite media claims, immigration remains among top concerns for voters (Hot Air)

  • Democrats prep gun-control vote in the House (Washington Examiner)

  • Rashida Tlaib accused of anti-Semitic slur, days after profane anti-Trump tirade (Fox News)

  • Military approves “conditions-based” Syria withdrawal plan (The Hill)

  • U.S. carbon emissions see largest yearly gain in eight years, data show (CNBC)

  • Second body found in West Hollywood home of Democrat donor Ed Buck (Los Angeles Times)

  • Los Angeles County agrees to purge voter rolls in Judicial Watch settlement (The Washington Times)

  • Study: Men face more discrimination than women (The Daily Wire)

  • American Psychological Association labels “traditional masculinity” as “harmful” (Townhall)

  • Portland State University professor to face discipline for exposing shoddy scholarship (The Washington Times)

  • Former Venezuela Supreme Court judge flees to U.S., denounces Maduro (Reuters)

  • Humor: Scandal after high school video of Mike Pence dancing surfaces (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Trump’s calculated “emergency” plan to build a wall (Washington Examiner)

  • Policy: Why 70% tax rates cannot finance socialism (National Review)

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