Monday Top Headlines

Trump doubts budget deal, shutdown ends, SOTU still postponed, Caravan 2.0, Taliban peace framework, and more.

Media Editors · Jan. 28, 2019
  • Trump casts doubt on seeing a budget deal that he’d accept (Associated Press)

  • Trump signs bill to end partial government shutdown (Fox News)

  • Pelosi: State of the Union still isn’t happening (Townhall)

  • Schumer on the shutdown ending: “Hopefully now the president has learned his lesson” (Fox News)

  • Shutdown denies $5.7 billion border wall while costing America $40 billion (The Daily Wire)

  • U.S. delays returning asylum seekers to Mexico (Agence France-Presse)

  • Caravan 2.0: The numbers are massive, even by Mexico’s count (Townhall)

  • HHS moves to protect religious liberty in adoptions, foster care (The Washington Free Beacon)

  • Roger Stone indictment underscores that there was no Trump-Russia conspiracy (National Review)

  • Kamala Harris draws bigger crowd than Obama for launch of White House bid (Washington Examiner)

  • British newspaper agrees to pay Melania Trump “substantial damages” over false reporting (The Daily Wire)

  • U.S., Taliban agree to preliminary peace framework (The Hill)

  • Venezuela’s Maduro rejects election ultimatum as U.S. envoy defects to opposition leader (NBC News)

  • Humor: Statement by Pinocchio rated four Ocasio-Cortezes (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: Helpful reforms are on the way at Veterans Affairs (Washington Examiner)

  • Policy: The “Green New Deal” is a prescription for poverty (Washington Examiner)

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