In a statement, the attorney for Christine Blasey Ford said there are multiple witnesses who should be included in the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing scheduled for Monday. “The rush to a hearing is unnecessary, and contrary to the committee discovering the truth,” said Lisa Banks, the lawyer for Ford.
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Christine Blasey Ford’s accusation that the Supreme Court nominee sexually assaulted her when they were both teens has pushed the GOP into a corner in a way few things could.
Publicly, President Trump is going through the ordinary motions of being president, but behind the scenes, he is confronting broadsides from every direction — legal, political and personal.
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The man who revolutionized television in the 1970s with SNL, who made some of the best comedies of the 1980s and who as recently as 2012 earned rave reviews for his turn on “Community” wonders why he can’t get a break. He has a few theories.
When President Trump visited the agency on his second day in office, he stood several floors below the point of origin for an investigation that would define his first 18 months in office. This article is adapted from Post reporter Greg Miller’s forthcoming book, “The Apprentice: Trump, Russia and the Subversion of American Democracy.”
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Cuban, one of the NBA’s most well-known and outspoken owners, will not be suspended after an investigation into what a Sports Illustrated investigation described as “a corporate culture rife with misogyny and predatory sexual behavior.”
The president said in an interview the walls that are part of the memorial are “beautiful” and “perfect.”
Authorities are investigating the death of Navy Chief Petty Officer Andrea L. Washington as a homicide, although an initial news report said it was not related to domestic violence.
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They hoped to avoid the pressure of gender stereotypes. So they have tried to raise their 2-year-old without gender.
The 1930 letter is from a much darker chapter of Germany’s past, but it hoped for “better times soon to come.”
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