Breaking News and Developing Stories – November 19, 2018

Troops Beginning to Leave Border

The Pentagon has announced that troops will begin being withdrawn from the U.S.-Mexico border as early as this week; all troops are expected to be home by Christmas – POLITICO

White House Ends Battle Over Acosta Press Access

The White House has reportedly ended its effort to revoke CNN reporter Jim Acosta’s press credentials and have fully restored his press pass – CNN

Nazi Symbol Drawn Over Pittsburgh Synagogue Mural at Duke

A swastika was drawn over a mural created at Duke University to honor victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting – The Hill

Several Democrats Voice Opposition to Nancy Pelosi

16 House Democrats have released a letter promising to vote against Nancy Pelosi for Speaker of the House – POLITICO

Updated Camp Fire Numbers

The death toll in Northern California’s Camp Fire has risen to at least 77; 993 people remain unaccounted for – NPR

Christopher Watts Sentenced

Christopher Watts has been sentenced to life in prison for the murder of his pregnant wife and young daughters as well as attempting to hide them in a shallow grave and oil tanks – NBC News


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