Accuser of Kavanaugh to testify on Thursday

The agreement for Christine Blasey Ford to testify came just hours before the New Yorker magazine published an article in ...
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Namesake Asks Ole Miss to Have Name Removed from Journalism School Following Facebook Controversy

A prominent Ole Miss Alumnus and Donor Ed Meek is asking the University to remove his name from the journalism ...
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Plenty of fish in the sea: Tel Aviv’s 12 best seafood restaurants you have to try

One is a foodie institution, another boasts an amazing sea view and yet another is a gourmet experience that still ...
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Passenger's luggage shredded, burned after Spirit flight

One airline passenger found themselves at O'Hare International Airport's baggage claim, stuck with burned clothes and luggage in a garbage ...
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Russia warned Israel before downing of plane: Attacking Syrian targets harms Moscow’s interests

According to the Russians, Israeli strikes weaken Assad and harm his attempts to end the Syrian conflict ...
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Beto O'Rourke Went To Whataburger After Debating Ted Cruz, Air-Drummed A Who Song

Likeability has never been Texas Sen. Ted Cruz's strong suit. Even his
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Syria army bombs splintered Ghouta enclave as bodies pile up

Syria army bombs splintered Ghouta enclave as bodies pile upNew air strikes and barrel bombs pounded Syria’s Eastern Ghouta on Sunday as government forces pressed a three-week advance that splintered the rebel enclave and trapped dozens under collapsed buildings. Defying global calls for a ceasefire, Syria’s government has pursued a ferocious Russian-backed air campaign and ground offensive to capture the region, the last rebel bastion on the capital’s doorstep. On Sunday, government troops battered the edges of each pocket with air raids, barrel bombs, and rockets, said the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR).

Trump Gun Proposal Probably Won't Include Universal Background Checks

Trump Gun Proposal Probably Won't Include Universal Background ChecksLess than two weeks ago, at a bipartisan meeting with lawmakers at the White House, Trump expressed support for the idea. White House deputy press secretary Raj Shah shied away from an embrace of that position during an appearance Sunday on ABC’s “This Week.” His backtracking was consistent with Wall Street Journal reporting from Saturday and what many skeptics had predicted. Host Jon Karl reminded Shah of what Trump had said at the Feb. 28 meeting ― in particular, the president’s support for universal background checks.

Trump Brags That He Won Most Of The Women's Vote In 2016. He Didn't.

Trump Brags That He Won Most Of The Women's Vote In 2016. He Didn't.President Donald Trump inaccurately bragged that he won the majority of women’s votes in the 2016 presidential election at a political rally on Saturday. Appearing before a crowd in Moon Township, Pennsylvania, Trump boasted that he had proved his naysayers wrong when he received 52 percent of women’s votes. It will be a rough night for Donald Trump because the women won’t come out.’ We got 52 percent, right?