Bull’s Eye: Hunting for Dollars

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Oct. 10, 2017, 8 p.m.


Earlier this year, the Supreme Court refused to hear two major Second Amendment cases. If the Court does hear one this term, it may well be Silvester v. Becerra, which challenges whether California may force people to wait 10 days before buying guns even if they pass background checks sooner. The justices will decide whether to hear the case this month.


“It’s high.”
—State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert, when asked what Secretary Rex Tillerson’s IQ is.

“I want to congratulate Mitch McConnell. He got his candidate.”
—Sen. Claire McCaskill, to The Kansas City Star, on her likely opponent, Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley.

“There’s still time.”
—Sen. Johnny Isakson, on not having been attacked by President Trump yet, per The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.


10 a.m. SCOTUS hears Jesner v. Arab Bank, a landmark case on the Alien Tort Statute.

10 a.m. House Foreign Affairs hearing on Iranian threats.

10:15 a.m. House Energy Committee hears members’ testimony on the opioid crisis.

11 a.m. Kellyanne Conway speaks at Fortune’s “Most Powerful Women” summit.

11:30 a.m. Financial Services Roundtable hosts discussion on tax reform.


Rep. Steve King, who got Donald Trump Jr. to RSVP to his annual Col. Bud Day Pheasant Hunt later this month.

Rep. Steve King AP Photo/Nati Harnik


Former NFL coach Mike Ditka, mocked for his claim that there’s been “no oppression that I know of” in the U.S. for 100 years.

Former NFL coach Mike Ditka AP Photo/Keith Srakocic


$11: Cost of a World War I commemorative silver dollar to be produced by the U.S. Mint next year. A $10 surcharge will help fund commemoration programs.


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