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
Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh told Fox News that he’s not going anywhere. Top Republican senators signaled an openness to the Senate Judiciary Committee voting on Kavanaugh by the end of the week.
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.
The surface of Esieh Lake looks as if it’s boiling. (Jonathan Newton/The Post)
The surface of Esieh Lake looks as if it’s boiling. (Jonathan Newton/The Post)
The volume of gas wafting from Esieh Lake, set against the austere peaks of the Western Brooks Range, could deliver the climate system another blow if lakes like it turn out to be widespread.
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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In a sentencing hearing, the comedian’s defense team said the 81-year-old is not dangerous and deserves house arrest.
CEO Sundar Pichai agreed to participate in the unscheduled hearing in response to a request from House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, who like other Republicans has said Google silences right-leaning news, views and users.
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.
Glenstone showcases Mitchell and Emily Rales’s superb collection of what may be the country’s greatest private collection of American and European contemporary art.
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.
Many critics also directed their anger at the prosecutor, who said he had made a plea deal because the attacker had no prior criminal record and seemed amenable to rehabilitation.
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