Tuesday Top News Executive Summary

Mexican cartel massacre, climate-accord withdrawal, dirty politics at State, and more.

Media Editors · Nov. 5, 2019

Above the Fold

HORRIFIC: Mexican cartel massacre: Nine Americans, including six children, from Mormon offshoot murdered (Fox News)

AT LONG LAST: U.S. begins formal withdrawal from Paris climate agreement (National Review)

Government & Politics

IT BEGINS: Elections in four states offer tests of 2020 voter enthusiasm (Associated Press)

DIRTY POLITICS: House releases impeachment transcripts: Top official said he has never seen similar attempt to use State Department to dig up political dirt in 37-year career (The Resurgent)

UKRAINE PROSECUTOR FIRED: Ukraine to fire Kostiantyn Kulyk, the prosecutor at center of Biden gas-company controversy (National Review)

IMMUNITY REJECTED: New York court rules Trump must turn over tax returns to grand jury (National Review)

“IT WAS WRONG AND IMPROPER”: AOC settles lawsuit after blocking critic on Twitter — yet continues to block prominent conservative women (The Washington Times)

MAGA: Washington Nationals’ Kurt Suzuki, Ryan Zimmerman show support for Trump during World Series White House visit (The Daily Caller)

Business & Economy

TRADE NEGOTIATIONS: China presses Trump for more tariff rollbacks in “phase one” trade deal (Reuters)

BULL MARKET: Dow hits record as stock-market rally extends into fifth week (Associated Press)

Closing Arguments

POLICY: The real reason for the Iran hostage crisis, 40 years later (Washington Examiner)

POLICY: Government’s dictatorial powers under Warren’s “Medicare for All” should scare you (Issues & Insights)

SATIRE: “Due process” explained, and how it is used to promote rape culture and toxic masculinity (NPC Daily)

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