Friday Top Headlines

Border plan fails, potential emergency declaration, Roger Stone arrested, Michael Cohen subpoenaed, and more.

Media Editors · Jan. 25, 2019
  • Trump’s plan to fund border barrier fails; two Republican senators defect (National Review)

  • White House preparing emergency declaration to nab $7 billion for border barrier (Washington Examiner)

  • DHS to begin sending asylum seekers to wait in Mexico (The Washington Post)

  • Growing number of Democrats buck Pelosi on federal worker pay (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Trump associate Roger Stone arrested, faces obstruction charge (Associated Press)

  • Michael Cohen subpoenaed by Senate Intelligence Committee (Washington Examiner)

  • CNN’s Jim Acosta to write book on media’s “victimization” by Trump (Hot Air)

  • Elizabeth Warren planning “wealth tax” on America’s rich (Fox Business)

  • Civil penalties for polluters dropped dramatically in Trump’s first two years (The Washington Post)

  • Iran’s nuclear chief again confirms Iran flagrantly violated nuclear deal (The Daily Wire)

  • Minimum-wage hikes in New York City cause restaurants to eliminate jobs, cut hours, raise prices (Reason)

  • Catholic leaders: Excommunicate Gov. Cuomo over New York’s extreme abortion law (LifeSiteNews)

  • Humor — or is it? Ultrasound unable to detect heartbeat in New York State legislators (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Preparing for the next North Korea summit: What Trump needs from Kim Jong-un (Washington Examiner)

  • Policy: Under Trump, U.S. economic freedom rises significantly (The Daily Signal)

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