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The Note: 2020 pace picks up with Kavanaugh nomination

The TAKE with Rick Klein President Donald Trump may have revealed a bit more than he wanted to about what's on his mind these days. In defense of his choice for the Supreme Court, Trump issued what might have been a warning – to an unnamed Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee who said he was "pretty aggressive" in questioning …

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Murder Suspect Chase Ends With Carjacking, Head-On Crash In Noho

NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA – A wild police chase of a possible murder suspect ended with a head-on collision and multiple suspects fleeing on foot in the North Hollywood area Monday night. Police chased a possible murder suspect at high speeds through the streets of North Hollywood, and the chase ended when the driver allegedly flew on foot, carjacked a SUV …

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Kavanaugh prosecutor Julie Swetnick talks about allegations of sexual abuse

Breaking News Emails Get deleted news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered everyday mornings. SUBSCRIBE Julie Swetnick says she is a shy person who does not care about politics. But she says she felt she had to go public with serious allegations against Supreme Court judge Brett Kavanaugh. In an exclusive broadcast interview with NBC …

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Kavanaugh was questioned by the police after Bar Fight 1985

References to the incident were first mentioned in a statement published on Sunday by Chad Ludington, one of Judge Kavanaugh's classmates and one member of the Yale Basketball Team. "At one time I socially socialized with Brett, I saw that he responded to a half-yearly remark, not by confusing the situation, but by throwing his beer in human face," said …

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Barack Obama Announces Second Wave of Midterm Endorsements: NPR

Former US President Barack Obama attends the business seminar at the Nordic Trade Forum in Helsinki, Finland last month. Obama has approved more than 300 candidates running for office this year's mid-term election. Jussi Nukari / AP hide caption change caption Jussi Nukari / AP Former US President Barack Obama attends the business seminar at the Nordic Trade Forum in …

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Update: Why Democrats can win more seats with fewer votes

Since 1964, we have assumed that all congressional districts contain more or less as many people: from the 2010 census, 710 767 people on average. The idea is that each person's vote in elections to the United States house is worth about the same amount. There is an important catch, but: It assumes that every person in the district votes, …

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Tropical Storm Rosa brings flood threat to Southwest

A pedestrian crosses a street in downtown Phoenix on Sept. 30, 2018. (Photo: Mark Henle, the Arizona Republic) The remnants of Hurricane Rosa are forecast to bring heavy rain and the threat of flash flooding to the Southwest over the next few days. The Now-tropical storm – which had been as strong as a Category 4 hurricane – is poised …

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ORMC LOCKDOWN: Man with weapons in hospital, no access to emergency room

0 Police shoot and kill the ORMC claiming that he has weapons: LIVE UPDATES ORLANDO, Fla. – 8:40 am UPDATE Orlando Police shot and killed a man who claimed that he had a weapon at the Orlando Regional Medical Center. The unidentified man was transported to the hospital early this morning with a medical condition, said John Polis boss John …

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