(WASHINGTON) -- A top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee said the woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault is "a credible witness" who has been subject to death threats since coming forward with her allegat...

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(WASHINGTON) -- A tentative deal was struck Saturday evening for both Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused him of sexual assault, to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday, two sources cl...

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(WASHINGTON) -- Despite the political theatre surrounding Judge Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation process, Vice President Mike Pence’s support for President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court pick has not wavered."I believe that Judge...

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(WASHINGTON) -- President Ronald Reagan's daughter, Patti Davis, alleges in an op-ed that she was raped some 40 years ago and didn't speak of it for decades, defending the woman who recently came forward accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh...

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(PHOENIX) -- Most political ads follow a familiar formula: Tout accomplishments, show public testimonials and wrap with the mandatory message of endorsement. Arizona congressional candidate David Brill's ad is no different -- until those criticizing...

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(WASHINGTON) -- Hillary Clinton called out the Republican Party for backing down to President Donald Trump, asking, "Why are they so intimidated?"Clinton spoke to The Late Show host Stephen Colbert in a wide-ranging interview on...

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(WASHINGTON) -- The lawyer for Christine Blasey Ford asked for an extra day to work out the conditions for her to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee regarding her allegation of sexual assault by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh....

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(NEW YORK) -- Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Brock Long used government-owned vehicles without proper authorization, but will reimburse the government and not be fired, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said in a stateme...

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(WASHINGTON) -- At a May 2017 meeting between Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and then-acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe, a week after President Trump had fired James Comey as director, Rosenstein suggested that McCabe or others wear a...

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(WASHINGTON) -- The man who once led President Donald Trump’s legal defense in the Russia probe expressed interest in providing financial support to Paul Manafort and Rick Gates - the former Trump campaign chairman and deputy chairman, respecti...

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(NEW YORK) --  Following news Friday that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein suggested in 2017 that officials in the FBI should wear a wire when speaking with President Trump, the president told a rally in Missouri that he hopes soon to get...

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(NEW YORK) --  A federal judge has ordered U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross be deposed over a decision to reinstate a question regarding citizenship status to the upcoming 2020 census, court documents show. U.S. District Judge Jesse...

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(ATLANTA) -- Former Vice President Joe Biden is planning to join Georgia's Democratic gubernatorial nominee Stacey Abrams for a campaign event for the first time in Atlanta next Thursday, an Abrams campaign spokesperson told ABC News. Abrams i...

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(WASHINGTON) -- Former President Barack Obama continued his spirited effort to boost his party's midterm ambitions with an event Friday in Pennsylvania, a state pivotal to Democratic hopes of winning back congressional majorities and one that could p...

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