Wednesday Top News Executive Summary
Impeachment report, Kamala Harris out, CNN sued, dog-tag intolerance, and more.
Above the Fold
IMPEACHMENT REPORT UNVEILED: House Democrats vote to adopt Trump impeachment report, blast scheme to “solicit foreign interference” in 2020 race (Fox News)
HARRIS OUT: Kamala Harris ends bid for president: “I can’t tell you … that I have a path forward” (USA Today)
Government & Politics
CNN SUED: Devin Nunes slaps CNN with $435 million defamation lawsuit (The Washington Times)
SKETCHY: Adam Schiff obtained phone records of Nunes, journalist, and others (Power Line)
NOTHING TO SEE HERE: Husband of Democrat in impeachment hearings took $700K from firms tied to Ukrainian oligarch “accused of ordering contract killings” (The Daily Wire)
GOOD COP, BAD COP: Georgia governor appoints Kelly Loeffler to Senate in defiance of Trump (National Review)
INTOLERANCE: Army says faith-based group can no longer put Bible verses on dog tags after complaint (Fox News)
HISTORIC CONTRACT: “Generational leap”: Navy to pay $22 billion for nine nuclear-powered submarines (The Washington Times)
Business & Economy
COMMONSENSE REFORM: Trump administration to close food-stamp eligibility loopholes for able-bodied adults (The Daily Signal)
PUSHBACK: Hospital groups sue to block price-transparency rule (The Wall Street Journal)
POLICY: Here are four pieces of great news for America and President Trump (PJ Media)
POLICY: Hong Kong shows Taiwan what unifying with China really means (Hudson Institute)
HUMOR: “My mom said you guys have to let me play,” defiant Colin Kaepernick tells kids playing flag football at park (The Babylon Bee)
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