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Pelosi says "no," Trump to border, California wildfire relief, oil export boom, First Amendment suit, and more.

Media Editors · Jan. 10, 2019
  • Shutdown showdown: Pelosi says “no,” Trump says “bye-bye” (NBC News)

  • Trump to visit border to push for wall as government shutdown talks crumble (USA Today)

  • Record number of families apprehended at southern border in December (National Review)

  • Trump says emergency declaration coming without border deal (The Hill)

  • House passes spending bill to fund IRS, other agencies through Sept. 30 (The Washington Times)

  • Trump, California spar over money for wildfire relief funds (Associated Press)

  • U.S. oil export boom sparks a battle to build Texas ports (Reuters)

  • New York City’s minimum-wage increase is crushing small businesses (The Daily Caller)

  • Chicago State University settles First Amendment lawsuit, agrees to change policies (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Greens begin push for nationwide 100% renewable energy mandate (Washington Examiner)

  • Only two Democrat senators will publicly oppose the anti-Israel BDS movement (The Federalist)

  • PragerU lawsuit claims Google, YouTube violated California law on free speech, discrimination (PJ Media)

  • Humor: “Good evening,” says President Trump, drawing immediate flurry of fact checks (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: The two energy futures facing America (Foundation for Economic Education)

  • Policy: Three myths about privacy in tech (American Enterprise Institute)

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