In a story published Sunday, The New Yorker reported that Senate Democrats are investigating a new allegation against Kavanaugh from when he attended Yale University in the early 1980s. » Read More
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Christine Blasey Ford, a California professor at the center of a sexual assault accusation against U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, has agreed to testify to representatives of the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday. » Read More
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The new NBC News-Wall Street Journal survey shows Democrats leading Republicans by 52 percent to 40 percent for control of Congress.
Christine Blasey Ford, a California professor at the center of a sexual assault accusation against U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, has agreed to testify to representatives of the Senate Judiciary Committee sometime next week.
The resignation of communications aide Garrett Ventry comes as Kavanaugh, 53, pushes back against an allegation of sexual assault lodged by California professor Christine Blasey Ford, 51, that she says occurred when they were both teenagers.
A draft of that executive order would direct federal agencies to give recommendations ways to "protect competition among online platforms and address online platform bias" within a month after being signed.
The former neurosurgeon turned housing secretary also warned that sexual assault allegations like the one against Trump's Supreme Court nominee would discourage "good people" from serving in government.
Chinese stocks have plummeted this year on concerns about trade war and China's slowing domestic economy, but some investors now say excessive pessimism has created a buying opportunity, The Financial Times reports.
Already facing long odds and historical headwinds in November, Trump has put many of the most vulnerable Republicans in Congress in yet another nearly impossible situation.
The Wall Street Journal said that White House ethics advisors rejected John Dowd's idea, and later rejected his later plan to personally donate $25,000 to Paul Manafort's legal defense fund.
The committee's proposal would accommodate other requests Ford made Thursday night, including limited video coverage, keeping Kavanaugh out of the room while she testifies and guaranteeing her safety, NBC reported Friday.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosentein discussed secretly recording President Donald Trump, and also talked about getting members of Trump's cabinet to invoke the Constitution to declare him unfit to remain as president, The New York Times reported.
Retailers across the country have written letters to U.S Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer to warn about how the Trump administration's proposed tariffs on Chinese goods could affect the American public.
President Donald Trump paused his plan to declassify and release sections of documents.
McCaskill, saying Kavanaugh will boost the influence of wealthy donors in elections, became the first of the five most vulnerable Senate Democrats to oppose Trump's choice.
A conservative commentator apologizes for identifying another person in his tweet rebutting Christine Blasey Ford's accusations against Brett Kavanaugh.
A fresh poll in a closely watched congressional race in Southern California shows Republican Young Kim pulling out front despite being outspent by nearly 5 to 1 by her challenger, Democrat Gil Cisneros.
Trump says Christine Blasey Ford, who accuses Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her more than three decades ago, should have reported the alleged incident to the police if it was "as bad as she says."