The one-two punch over the Supreme Court nominee and deputy attorney general marked the start of a potentially consequential week and again plunged the White House into tumult.
Judge, named as the only witness to an alleged sexual assault decades ago by Brett Kavanaugh, left town because he was “being hounded,” his lawyer said.
President Trump listens to a question during a meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-In on Monday in New York. (AP)
President Trump listens to a question during a meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-In on Monday in New York. (AP)
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On his return to the U.N. General Assembly, President Trump will surprise few world leaders with his sharp rhetoric. His speech today is expected to underscore a now-familiar message: American sovereignty and supremacy are not to be challenged, nor is Washington’s right to act unilaterally on the world stage.
Denver Riggleman snagged the GOP nomination without spending a dime. The circumstances in the 5th District opened the door to an outsider with positions on policy sometimes at odds with both the traditional Republican Party and President Trump.
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Donatella Versace, who has headed her family's namesake company since her brother was murdered in 1997, will continue to run the brand.
Abuse of that magnitude would constitute one of the largest church scandals in Europe. But even the study’s authors say the report may underestimate the scale of the problem.
With both Beijing and Washington holding their ground, the dispute between the world’s two largest economies looks set to rumble on with no obvious end in sight.
Raymond Holton emerged from the burned D.C. housing complex without serious injuries. Engineers inspecting the building heard him yelling and used a crowbar to pry open his apartment door.
The co-founders of the photo-sharing app, which is owned by Faceboook, had clashed with chief executive Mark Zuckerberg in recent months, according to a person familiar with the men’s decision-making.
Fact Checker
The Senate hopeful falsely claimed in a debate that he did not try to leave the scene of a DWI 20 years ago.
The cartoon published in the Indianapolis Star mocked Ford — the professor who alleged that Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her while both were teenagers — for her requests during a back and forth with Republican senators last week.
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