Monday Top Headlines

Northam denial, Warren apologizes, more troops to border, Russia pulls plug, new Iran missile, Super Bowl ads, and more.

Media Editors · Feb. 4, 2019
  • Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam denies being in racist photo but recalls darkening his skin in Michael Jackson dance contest (WSLS)

  • Senior Democrats press Northam to resign over racist photo (Reuters)

  • Elizabeth Warren apologized to the Cherokee Nation for her DNA stunt (Washington Examiner)

  • Pentagon announces nearly 4,000 additional troops heading to U.S.-Mexico border (The Hill)

  • Border agents discover 60-foot tunnel to Mexico (Fox News)

  • Russia to pull plug on nuclear arms pact after U.S. does same (Associated Press)

  • Iran unveils long-range cruise missile on revolution anniversary (Reuters)

  • Super Bowl ratings hit 10-year low in historic NFL game and Patriots’ win (Deadline)

  • CBS rejects pro-flag, anti-Kaepernick “Just Stand” Super Bowl ad (Washington Examiner)

  • The Washington Post paid $5.2 million for a Super Bowl ad about how important journalism is (The Daily Wire)

  • Covington teen’s lawyer releases brutal 14-minute video showcasing lies of Nathan Phillips and media (PJ Media)

  • European nations recognize Guaido as Venezuelan leader (Associated Press)

  • Men run the news 2 to 1 despite demands for diversity, equality everywhere else (Washington Examiner)

  • Humor: Dumb football game keeps interrupting commercials (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: It’s time to make a trade deal with China (The Daily Signal)

  • Policy: The three major problems with a carbon tax (National Review)

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