• Goal surpassed in donations for Kavanaugh's accuser, a Palo Alto professor
Goal surpassed in donations for Kavanaugh's accuser, a Palo Alto professor

Kavanaugh said he "categorically and unequivocally " denies the allegation , which he called "completely false ". Ford's attorneys said Tuesday that she did not want to testify without an FBI investigation into the matter first, a call that Grassley rebuffed.

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  • Trump administration moves to restrict immigrants who use public benefits
Trump administration moves to restrict immigrants who use public benefits

The Department of Homeland Security posted the new rule online this Saturday . But immigration officials now are only allowed to consider families' use of public cash benefits and Medicaid long-term-care benefits in evaluating applications for legal permanent residency and legal entry into the United States.

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  • Rosenstein expecting to lose job, heads to White House
Rosenstein expecting to lose job, heads to White House

Rosenstein issued a pair of denials, saying The Times report is inaccurate. The deputy attorney general expects to be fired on Monday, September 24, according to a source who spoke to Axios . "I think it would be a mistake to fire him so I don't think his job is in jeopardy", Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn told CNN's Manu Raju in April.

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  • China summons US ambassador over military sanctions
China summons US ambassador over military sanctions

The Defense Ministry said the us had no right to interfere in Chinese military cooperation with Russian Federation and warned Saturday that the failure to revoke the sanctions would lead to unspecified consequences. He added that the US side's act has severely harmed the state-to-state and mil-to-mil relations and affected the cooperation in gl...

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  • Trump says he’ll have second meeting with Kim Jong Un ‘quite soon’
Trump says he’ll have second meeting with Kim Jong Un ‘quite soon’

President Donald Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in have signed the first major agreement of Trump's trade agenda. "The relationship is very good and in some ways. "I think it will". Trump used his debut address to the UN General Assembly 12 months ago to threaten to "totally destroy" North Korea and belittled its leader as "rocket ...

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  • Daesh produces evidence it carried out attack in Iran
Daesh produces evidence it carried out attack in Iran

The dead from Saturday's attack in the southwestern city of Ahvaz, blamed on Arab separatists , ranged from a disabled war hero to a four-year-old boy. The deputy head of the Revolutionary Guards accused Saudi Arabia, Israel and the U.S. of masterminding the attack and promised they would face repercussions.

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  • Two-headed copperhead may be taken to a zoo
Two-headed copperhead may be taken to a zoo

Kleopfer said on Facebook . Based on the snake's anatomy, wildlife center officials said it would be better for the right head to eat, but the left head tends to handle that as the more dominant head. The copperhead was then taken to The Wildlife Center of Virginia where doctors carried out radiograph tests to examine the baby snake. He said...

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  • New sexual-misconduct accusation rocks Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination
New sexual-misconduct accusation rocks Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination

On Sunday evening, the New Yorker reported that Senate Democrats are looking into a second woman's account of sexual misconduct against Kavanaugh , this time from his freshman year at Yale University. Kavanaugh has denied that event as well, through a statement from The White House. The fresh allegation comes as the Senate Judiciary Committ...

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  • Indonesian Teen Aldi Survives 49 Days at Sea in Drifting Fishing Hut
Indonesian Teen Aldi Survives 49 Days at Sea in Drifting Fishing Hut

As a lamp keeper, his job was to light the vessel's lamps, which are created to attract fish. "After he ran out of cooking gas, he burned the rompong's wooden fences to make a fire for cooking", said Mirza Nurhidayat, Indonesian Consul General in Osaka, Japan, where Adilang was brought.

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  • Labour late-night meeting strikes decision on second Brexit referendum stance
Labour late-night meeting strikes decision on second Brexit referendum stance

Britain's opposition Labour Party will vote this week to keep a second Brexit referendum on the table if Theresa May fails to pass her plan to quit the European Union through parliament, heaping pressure on a struggling prime minister. However it is highly uncertain what would happen next if MPs reject her agreement. And the Financial Times lea...

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  • Dallas police fire Officer Amber Guyger
Dallas police fire Officer Amber Guyger

She parked on the fourth floor, instead of the third, where she lived, according to the affidavit, possibly suggesting that she was confused or disoriented. Court records show Guyger said she thought she had encountered a burglar inside her own home. Guyger was arrested three days after the incident after the Texas Rangers made a decision to post...

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  • Russia to send newer, S-300 missile defense systems to Syria
Russia to send newer, S-300 missile defense systems to Syria

Last week's crash , which killed 15 Russian service members, had forced Moscow to take "adequate retaliatory measures to increase the safety of Russian military fighting worldwide terrorism in Syria", Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu said on Monday in a televised address.

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  • China cancels trade talks with United States as new tariffs loom
China cancels trade talks with United States as new tariffs loom

The US official said on Friday there was no date set for the next round of talks. In the 36,000-character white paper on Monday, which Beijing said was meant to clarify the facts on bilateral economic ties and set out its stance and reasonable solutions, it pointed out that bilateral trade relations were of great significance not just to both c...

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  • Britain PREVENTED Julian Assange from becoming Ecuadorian diplomat in Russian Federation
Britain PREVENTED Julian Assange from becoming Ecuadorian diplomat in Russian Federation

WikiLeaks has vehemently that Assange did so. Trump and Russian Federation deny collusion. Despite widespread speculation over the summer that he may soon be kicked out of the Ecuadorian embassy by Moreno as part of an effort to establish closer ties with the US, Assange's asylum status seems to be safe for now, his lawyer told RT on Thursday....

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  • OnPolitics Today: Kavanaugh's 'can't win situation' for the GOP
OnPolitics Today: Kavanaugh's 'can't win situation' for the GOP

And Blasey Ford still has a "strong preference", her lawyer wrote, for a "full investigation" into her allegation against Kavanaugh. Christine Blasey Ford's lawyer says her client will not appear on Monday, as senators proposed, but might do so next week on "terms that are fair".

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  • Brexit: Pressure builds on Labour leadership for new referendum
Brexit: Pressure builds on Labour leadership for new referendum

The text states "if we can not get a general election, Labour must support all options remaining on the table, including campaigning for a public vote". Anti-Brexit supporters demonstrate in the centre of the city, as it hosts the annual Labour Party Conference, in Liverpool, Britain, September 23, 2018 .

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  • President Rouhani: Iran ready to confront USA, 'small mercenary states'
President Rouhani: Iran ready to confront USA, 'small mercenary states'

At least 25 people, including a four-year-old boy, were killed when gunmen disguised as soldiers ambushed the annual Iranian military parade, in the bloodiest assault to strike the country in almost a decade, which was captured live on state-TV.

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  • Maldives elections: Pro China Yameen ousted
Maldives elections: Pro China Yameen ousted

In his victory speech, Solih called the election results "a moment of happiness, hope and history", but said that he did not think the election process had been transparent. The reason why many raised doubts whether if the elections would be free and fair. "There is a huge popular groundswell in favor of change", said Mr.

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  • Second woman accuses Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct
Second woman accuses Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct

The statement from Ford's lawyers noted that she would still testify even though "important procedural and logistical issues remain unresolved" and expressed dissatisfaction that the committee does not plan to subpoena Mark Judge, who Ford said was in the room when Kavanaugh allegedly groped her and tried to remove her clothes during a party in t...

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  • Trump's latest tariffs on China begin to bite
Trump's latest tariffs on China begin to bite

Beijing cancelled the visit of a Chinese negotiating team expected September 27-28 in Washington, The Wall Street Journal said. But Trump has taken an increasingly hard line on trade around the world, with $200 billion (R2 863 300 000 000,00) in tariffs on Chinese exports set to take effect on Monday.

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