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More jobs than job seekers, Senate recess, primaries, Social Security, Eagles fallout, and more.

  • Job openings started exceeding job seekers in March (National Review)

  • McConnell cancels August recess over Democrat obstruction (National Review)


  • From the Left: Five takeaways from Tuesday’s primary elections in eight states (New York Times)

  • McCabe asks for immunity ahead of congressional hearing on handling of Clinton case (Fox News)

  • Demoted FBI agent Peter Strzok had larger role in Clinton, Russia probes than previously disclosed (Fox News)

  • Pardoned sailor files lawsuit against Obama, Comey for unequal prosecution of Clinton email case (The Washington Free Beacon)


  • Social Security now running a deficit; insolvency set at 2034 (Washington Times)

  • Obama hid efforts to aid Iran’s windfall (The Washington Times)

  • Eagles cancel events for DC-area kids because they’re not going to the White House (Washington Examiner)

  • At White House celebration without Philadelphia Eagles, man takes knee for anthem (CNS News)

  • Facebook gave data access to Huawei, Chinese company U.S. deemed a security risk (CBS News)

  • San Francisco voters reject Prop. D’s 500% tax increase, instead choosing Prop. C’s 1,000% tax increase (San Francisco Chronicle)

  • Minimum wage for the win: McDonald’s to add self-order kiosks to 1,000 stores each quarter (CNBC)

  • School safety commission won’t look at guns, Betsy DeVos says (The Wall Street Journal)

  • Video: FBI agent demonstrates negligent gun discharge on club dance floor (YouTube)

  • Humor: Bill Clinton: “I thought #MeToo was a Pokemon” (The Babylon Bee)

  • Policy: The future of America’s entitlements: What you need to know about the Medicare and Social Security Trustees reports (American Action Forum)

  • Policy: Social investing drives pensions into a ditch (E21)

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