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SOTU postponed, 10,000 migrants bound for U.S., House Oversight probing Trump, BuzzFeed layoffs, and more.

Media Editors · Jan. 24, 2019
  • Ending showdown with Pelosi, Trump postpones State of the Union Address (Associated Press)

  • Trump recognizes Juan Guaido as Venezuela leader, rebuking Nicolas Maduro (Bloomberg)

  • More than 10,000 Central Americans bound for U.S. request Mexican visas (The Washington Post)

  • Michael Cohen delays House testimony due to “threats against his family” (ABC News)

  • House Oversight to investigate Trump administration’s security-clearance process (National Review)

  • After failed Cohen “bombshell,” BuzzFeed laying off 15% of staff (The Resurgent)

  • Democrats to advance bill raising age limit for rifle buyers (National Review)

  • New York governor celebrates allowing abortion up until birth, orders World Trade Center lit pink (The Daily Wire)

  • Ohio’s new governor says he’ll sign “heartbeat” abortion bill that Kasich vetoed (Fox News)

  • Michigan Vietnam War hero, Medal of Honor recipient dies (MLive)

  • California State Senate committee bans saying “he” and “she” (The Daily Caller)

  • China, Russia building Super-EMP bombs for “Blackout Warfare” (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • South Korea breached UN rules by failing to report more than 300 tonnes of petroleum products sent to North Korea (VICE News)

  • Humor: Snopes introduces new “factually inaccurate but morally right” fact-check result (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Finally, U.S. policy is getting it right on Venezuela (American Enterprise Institute)

  • Policy: There’s no “lost” economic growth during government shutdowns (Foundation for Economic Education)

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