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  by Chris White The FBI investigation into sex assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh could end as soon as Tuesday night or Wednesday morning, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday. FBI agents have interviewed at least four key people in its background investigation into Kavanaugh after two women claimed he sexually assaulted them
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  by Neetu Chandak Protesters ripped signs supporting Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh from Texas college students. A video shows a girl ripping the signs and pushing one of the conservative students. The conservative student group said a Make America Great Again hat was snatched. Protesters ripped signs that supported Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh
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Another major news agency says that they are unable to corroborate claims of sexual misconduct against Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh. NBC News said Tuesday that although they chose to air and publicize the interview with Julie Swetnick, the third woman to bring about unsubstantiated claims of sexual misconduct against Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh, even
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  by Gavin Hanson A Chinese People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) destroyer came too close for comfort Sunday while confronting a U.S. Navy destroyer in a brazen show of force in the South China Sea. In a maneuver officials are calling “unsafe and unprofessional,” the Chinese ship, a Luyang-class guided missile destroyer, forced the USS Decatur
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The Justice Department today filed a lawsuit against the state of California alleging that Senate Bill 822, an Internet regulation bill signed into law earlier today by Governor Jerry Brown, unlawfully imposes burdens on the Federal Government’s deregulatory approach to the Internet, announced Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Acting Associate Attorney General Jesse Panuccio, Assistant
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Attorney Rachel Mitchell, who questioned both Judge Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser sent a letter to the Judiciary Committee telling them that Christine Blasey Ford’s claims aren’t strong enough to merit a criminal case. “A ‘he said, she said’ case is incredibly difficult to prove, but this case is even weaker than that,” Mitchell
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  by Peter Hasson Democrats still lack evidence to support sexual misconduct accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Democrats demanded an FBI investigation into the Kavanaugh accusations but many now claim that the FBI’s investigation is inadequate. Some Democrats now want Kavanaugh investigated for perjury. Still lacking corroborating evidence of disputed sexual misconduct
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The Senate Judiciary Committee referred to the FBI on Saturday a false allegation of sexual misconduct levied against Judge Brett Kavanaugh. “The Senate Judiciary Committee today referred for criminal investigation apparent false statements made to committee investigators alleging misconduct by Judge Brett Kavanaugh,” a letter from the Committee read. “The committee is grateful to
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36 hours… yup, that’s all it took for the progressive elite to find something about the FBI’s investigation into sexual misconduct claims against Judge Brett Kavanaugh. Left-leaning NBC News reported that the White House has limited the scope of the FBI’s supplemental background check investigation to only claims with at least some merit, which
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While men’s rights groups have existed since the late 19th century, they’ve never gained widespread support – until now – and the new face of that movement is Brett Kavanaugh. “Brett Kavanaugh is a hero. I implore our Republican congressmen to confirm him, NOW,” Candace Owens, communications director for Turning Point USA, said on Twitter, adding: “Kavanaugh
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  by Hanna Bogorowski The gun control group founded by former New York City mayor and potential 2020 Democratic candidate Michael Bloomberg is launching a $5 million digital ad campaign targeting 15 key House races, specifically ones with incumbent Republicans. Everytown for Gun Safety, continuing its heavy multi-million dollar midterm spending, is placing $5 million
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  by Vandana Rambaran The head of the National Republican Congressional Committee, in charge of raising campaign funds for upcoming House races, says he feels the party’s prospects of maintaining its majority is “pretty good” come November. With roughly 60 more days until the midterm elections, the NRCC is tapping Democratic platforms such as abolishing Immigration and
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A former Indiana resident has been charged with conspiring to provide material support to the Islamic State (ISIS) according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Indiana. Samantha Marie Elhassani, aka Samantha Sally, 32, formerly of Elkhart, Indiana, was charged on Aug. 22, in a two-count indictment with conspiring to provide material support to
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  by Molly Prince Top Democrats running in Texas elections are calling for the decriminalization of illegally crossing the United States border. While campaigning in south Texas, Rep. Robert O’Rourke who is running against incumbent Sen. Ted Cruz for U.S. Senate, declared that illegal entry should not be a criminal matter. “These asylum seekers — penniless, at
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  by Neetu Chandak President Donald Trump’s strict immigration policies are deterring Central American migrants from seeking asylum in the U.S., and many are now choosing to seek refuge in Mexico. “Trump has created a policy of being unwelcome,” Hiram Villarreal of Casa de Refugiados, a Mexico City-based organization that helps migrants, told the Washington Blade.
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  by Henry Rodgers Nineteen foreign nationals were indicted after it was discovered they had illegally voted in the 2016 presidential election, The Department of Justice announced Friday. Of the 19, nine illegally claimed they were U.S. citizens in order to vote. The foreign nationals charged were citizens from El Salvador, Mexico, Panama, Nigeria, Dominican Republic, Philippines, Grenada, Guyana, Japan,
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Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren distanced herself from the Sanders wing of the Democratic Party by saying she was not a socialist in an interview with BuzzFeed News published Thursday. The answer arose after Warren was asked to explain the difference between her and Vermont Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders, a lingering question as Democrats are
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  by Neetu Chandak Wisconsin’s gubernatorial and U.S. Senate races are looking tight as candidates from the Democratic and Republican parties have nearly equal support, according to a poll released Wednesday. A Marquette Law School Poll surveyed likely Wisconsin voters between Aug. 15 to Aug. 19. The poll found incumbent Republican Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic gubernatorial
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