Tuesday Top Headlines

SCOTUS to hear NYC gun case, military transgender ban, illegal faces murder charges, Kavanaugh probe, Google fine, and more.

Media Editors · Jan. 22, 2019
  • Supreme Court to hear case on New York City’s restrictions on gun owners under Second Amendment (USA Today)

  • Supreme Court allows Trump restrictions on transgender troops in military to go into effect as legal battle continues (The Washington Post)

  • Trump’s proposal to reopen the government, sweetened with immigration provisions, is headed for Senate action, its prospects uncertain (Associated Press)

  • Locals help border agents survive the shutdown with free meals, zero-interest loans (Washington Examiner)

  • Illegal immigrant expected to face murder charges in Nevada killing spree (Fox News)

  • Murders in Mexico rise by a third in 2018 to new record (Reuters)

  • House Judiciary Committee Democrat: Kavanaugh will “likely” be investigated for perjury (National Review)

  • Lawyer for Covington Catholic High School families threatens lawsuits against media unless they retract false stories (PJ Media)

  • Leftist mobs doxx the wrong kid in aftermath of the media’s false Covington story (Townhall)

  • Democrats shut down Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s attempt to court Native American voters with casino bill (The Daily Wire)

  • While GOP punishes Steve King, anti-Semitic Democrat Ilhan Omar gets choice committee (The Epoch Times)

  • Former Planned Parenthood director says her pro-life organization has converted almost 500 abortion workers to be pro-life (CNS News)

  • Google must pay $57 million, France says — the first major penalty under a sweeping new European Union privacy law (Ars Technica)

  • American University’s multicultural room condemned as too inclusive of all races (The College Fix)

  • Humor: Press that sicced mob on teenagers based on 10-second video clip unsure why some people call them “fake news” (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: What “Trumponomics” is all about (The Daily Signal)

  • Policy: The Los Angeles teacher strike: Three things you should know (Foundation for Economic Education)

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