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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Democrats investigating new sexual misconduct claim against Kavanaugh, New Yorker reports

A second woman has stepped forward with an accusation of sexual misconduct by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, this time during ...
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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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DeVos gets cold shoulder from White House after interviews

DeVos gets cold shoulder from White House after interviewsWASHINGTON (AP) — Education Secretary Betsy DeVos got a less than ringing endorsement from the White House on Monday after a pair of uncomfortable television interviews raised questions about her commitment to help underperforming schools and support for President Donald Trump's proposal to curb school violence.


MLB's José Altuve Not Remotely Intimidated By President Trump During WH Visit

MLB's José Altuve Not Remotely Intimidated By President Trump During WH VisitTraditionally, when a U.S. professional sports team wins a championship, the president invites the team to the White House for a meet-and-greet. Some athletes have opted out of invitations to President Donald Trump’s White House because of his divisive politics. Many Philadelphia Eagles players have already said they would not be attending should the invitation be offered to the Super Bowl champs.


Trump under growing pressure on gun control after appearing to cave in to NRA

Trump under growing pressure on gun control after appearing to cave in to NRATrump’s gun control proposals, released over the weekend, was closely aligned with NRA positions. Donald Trump, who last month chided fellow Republicans for being “petrified” of the National Rifle Association (NRA), is under growing pressure after seemingly caving in to the powerful gun lobby group’s demands. The proposal was notably absent from a modest set of Trump administration plans for school safety released over the weekend, which closely aligned with NRA positions.


Lawsuit saying Home Depot tricks buyers of 4X4 lumber is deep-sixed

Lawsuit saying Home Depot tricks buyers of 4X4 lumber is deep-sixedU.S. District Judge Sharon Johnson Coleman in Chicago rejected plaintiff Mikhail Abramov’s claim that the largest U.S. home improvement retailer should be held liable for selling lumber as 4 inches thick by 4 inches wide, when the dimensions were actually 3-1/2 inches by 3-1/2 inches. While not persuaded by Atlanta-based Home Depot that the lumber’s actual size was “common knowledge,” Coleman said its labels reading “4X4-6′” would not have misled reasonable consumers.


Republicans On House Intelligence Panel Find No Collusion Between Trump Campaign, Russia

Republicans On House Intelligence Panel Find No Collusion Between Trump Campaign, RussiaRepublicans on the House Intelligence Committee say that they have completed interviews for their investigation into possible collusion between President Donald Trump’s campaign and Russians and that they have found no evidence of such scheming, according to multiple reports. “We have found no evidence of collusion, coordination, or conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Russians,” they told reporters Monday. The Republican members of the committee concluded that although Russian President Vladimir Putin’s government did take action to interfere in the election, it did not do so with the intention of aiding Trump.