Wednesday Top Headlines

Shutdown political test, SOTU proceeding, 51 judicial picks, late-term abortion in New York, and more.

Media Editors · Jan. 23, 2019
  • Senate leaders agree on possible path to reopening government (National Review)

  • Shutdown votes set up political test for Senate (Associated Press)

  • Hundreds of IRS employees are skipping work, which could delay tax refunds (The Washington Post)

  • President Trump is planning to proceed with State of the Union, but details up in the air (Fox News)

  • Hoyer breaks with Pelosi, says he would welcome Trump on House floor for State of the Union (The Daily Caller)

  • White House announces 51 judicial picks, including two for leftist 9th Circuit (Fox News)

  • Trump administration asks Supreme Court to review census citizenship case (The Daily Signal)

  • Covington Catholic High School announces closure over security concerns (The Daily Signal)

  • Covington kids to visit the White House (The Daily Wire)

  • Nathan Phillips rally attempted to disrupt Mass at DC’s National Shrine (Catholic News Agency)

  • Nathan Phillips did not serve in Vietnam despite claims to the contrary (The Resurgent)

  • Kamala Harris raises $1.5 million in first 24 hours (Politico)

  • New York passes abortion bill, which will expand the state’s already liberal abortion regime to allow late-term abortions (National Review)

  • Iowa’s “fetal heartbeat” abortion ban ruled unconstitutional (Reuters)

  • Ironic: Record private jet flights into Davos as leaders arrive for climate talk (The Guardian)

  • Opposition launches protests to oust Maduro as U.S.-Venezuela tensions rise (The Washington Post)

  • Humor: Being outraged by stupid nonsense replaces baseball as national pastime (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Trump’s military transgender ban is more reasonable than you think (Washington Examiner)

  • Policy: How school choice is lifting thousands of kids across America (The Daily Signal)

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