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Trump and lawmakers paralyzed, "Gang of 20," new caravan, Steve King removed, Brexit on the brink, and more.

Media Editors · Jan. 15, 2019
  • Trump and lawmakers paralyzed over shutdown as both sides remain dug in (The Washington Post)

  • Trump rejects Lindsey Graham’s plea to reopen government (National Review)

  • “Gang of 20” emerges in Senate to push for a border wall deal (Washington Examiner)

  • Activists jump Nancy Pelosi’s mansion wall with illegal immigrants, demand entry to her home (The Daily Caller)

  • Number of no-show airport security screeners soars in shutdown (Associated Press)

  • Hundreds of Hondurans set off toward U.S. in new caravan (Reuters)

  • Pentagon extends mission to Mexico border through September (Reuters)

  • Federal judge rules against Trump administration’s plan to add 2020 Census citizenship question (The Hill)

  • Supreme Court rejects challenge to Matt Whitaker’s appointment as acting attorney general (NBC News)

  • Five expected issues for Trump’s attorney general pick (The Daily Signal)

  • Rep. Steve King removed from committee assignments amid “white supremacist” controversy (Fox News)

  • Major liberal groups very quietly walk away from Women’s March (The Federalist)

  • Kirsten Gillibrand to announce presidential exploratory committee (CBS News)

  • EPA criminal action against polluters hits 30-year low (Associated Press)

  • British prime minister might lose vote on her Brexit deal (Reuters)

  • Humor: Ocasio-Cortez accuses math of sexism (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: The Supreme Court should make politics local again (National Review)

  • Policy: Planning for military strikes on Iran is actually the responsible thing to do (Washington Examiner)

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