Melissa Quinn, Washington Examiner

Melissa Quinn

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Past articles by Melissa:

Ruth Bader Ginsburg misses oral arguments for illness

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was absent from the Supreme Court on Wednesday because of a stomach bug, a court spokeswoman said. → Read More

Conservative Supreme Court justices seem ready to allow Trump to end DACA

A closely divided Supreme Court on Tuesday grappled with whether to allow the Trump administration to bring an end to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. → Read More

Dow and Nasdaq close at new highs for second day straight

The Dow Jones Industrial Average and Nasdaq closed at record highs for the second straight day Tuesday amid growing optimism about the trade negotiations between the United States and China. → Read More

Federal appeals court hands Trump loss in bid to block subpoena for tax returns

A federal appeals court in New York rejected a bid from President Trump to avoid having eight years of his tax returns handed over to prosecutors. → Read More

US economy added 128k jobs in October, beating estimates

The U.S. economy added 128,000 jobs in October, and the unemployment rate ticked up to 3.6%, according to new data released Friday, overcoming the drag from a monthlong GM strike that ended last week → Read More

Federal Reserve board votes to cut interest rates

The Federal Reserve cut rates by a quarter point Wednesday in a widely expected move aimed at staving off a slowing economy and fears of a recession. → Read More

Boeing workers raised red flags about safety of 737 Max jet

Numerous Boeing employees raised safety concerns about the 737 Max months and years before the two deadly crashes that led to the jet’s grounding, according to documents released by a House panel Wednesday. → Read More

Boeing CEO to loved ones of crash victims: 'We will never forget'

Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg on Wednesday directly addressed the loved ones of passengers who died in two fatal crashes of the plane-maker’s 737 Max, offering an apology and commitment to ensuring the safety of their aircraft. → Read More

US economy grew 1.9% in third quarter

The U.S. economy grew at an annual rate of 1.9% for the third quarter of 2019 as businesses slowed their investments and consumer spending declined amid a slowdown in global growth and the ongoing trade war with China. → Read More

'Look at people when you say you’re sorry': Family members of 737 MAX crash victims confront Boeing CEO

Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg was confronted Tuesday by loved ones of those who perished during two fatal crashes of its 737 MAX jets. → Read More

Facebook launches News feature

Facebook rolled out its “News” feature Friday to a select number of people in the U.S., marking the social media giant’s latest foray into the journalism business. → Read More

Boeing expects 737 MAX to be flying again by end of year

Boeing expects its embattled 737 MAX will return to the skies by the end of 2019 as its bottom line continues to take a hit from the fleet’s continued grounding. → Read More

US factory production fell in September amid GM strike

U.S. manufacturing production dropped in September as the strike at General Motors hindered output and the ongoing trade tensions, along with a slowdown in global growth, hit the closely watched economic sector. → Read More

Twitter defends policy on tweets from world leaders amid calls to suspend Trump

Twitter indicated Tuesday elected officials have broad power to make statements on the platform without consequence, even if their tweets appear to run afoul of the company’s policies. → Read More

Supreme Court rejects trademark dispute over Kardashians makeup brand

The Supreme Court has opted not to keep up with the Kardashians. → Read More

Apple yanks app tracking police movement in Hong Kong

Apple pulled from its App Store an app that lets Hong Kong protesters see the location of police in real time, a move that comes a day after the tech giant was attacked by Chinese state media for making the product available for download. → Read More

Supreme Court kicks off blockbuster term with consequential LGBT rights cases

When the Supreme Court’s nine members take their seats Monday for the start of their next term, the justices will waste little time before confronting a trio of cases that could have major implications for LGBT rights. → Read More

143 companies, business groups oppose Trump's efforts to roll back DACA

A coalition of more than 140 companies and business associations are urging the Supreme Court to reject the Trump administration’s rescission of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program and warned the ramifications of ending it would be felt across the economy. → Read More

Economy added 136,000 jobs in September

The U.S. economy added 136,000 jobs in September and the unemployment rate ticked down to 3.5%, according to federal data released Friday. → Read More

Stocks tumble as concerns about US economy mount

Stocks took a dive Wednesday amid growing concerns the U.S. economy may be headed toward a slowdown. → Read More