Tuesday Top Headlines
Trump to deliver SOTU, Mueller probe ending, charges against Huawei, sanctions against Venezuela, and more.
Pew Research Center survey says Americans want both parties to move to the right (The Daily Wire)
Five facts on the deal to (temporarily) end the shutdown (RealClearPolicy)
Trump to deliver State of the Union Address on Feb. 5 (The Hill)
Kamala Harris vows to get rid of private health care plans: “Let’s eliminate all of that. Let’s move on” (Fox News)
Acting attorney general says Robert Mueller’s investigation is coming to an end (Townhall)
New details of 2016 meeting with Trump dossier author conflict with Democrats’ timeline (Fox News)
White House eyes reducing capital gains taxes without Congress (The Daily Signal)
U.S. levels criminal charges against Chinese tech giant Huawei and top executive (ABC News)
U.S. announces new sanctions against Venezuela’s state-owned oil company (The Hill)
Germany to shutter all 84 coal-fired plants (The Hill)
Humor: Facebook to replace all reaction buttons with pure outrage (The Babylon Bee)
Policy: Latest CBO budget projections show why Congress must stop delaying spending reforms (The Daily Signal)
Policy: A real reform to curb the harm of government shutdowns (Washington Examiner)
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