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    Republican Sen. Susan Collins and Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin both said they will vote yes, all but guaranteeing Kavanaugh will be confirmed to the Supreme Court this weekend.


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    “I’ve never seen anything like this, but I hope it never happens again.”


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    Multiple ethics complaints have been filed against Kavanaugh, including about his heated Senate testimony last week.


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    Kavanaugh was confirmed Saturday in a historically tight vote, and has now been sworn in to replace retired Justice Anthony Kennedy.


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    “It really was millennial votes — people that were not familiar with who I was,” Crowley told BuzzFeed News’ Profile.


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    Being dull could be the way to the presidency in 2020. And the former New York City mayor wouldn't be the only one to try.


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    Among the instructions: Attorneys were told they no longer had to check the inbox where immigration lawyers emailed requests for deportation relief.


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    Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation opens up a new seat on the powerful federal appeals court in Washington, which has long been a springboard to the US Supreme Court.


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    Roberts, already playing a pivotal role as the chief justice, is now likely to be the center vote on the court as well.


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    Jared Kushner will be there too.


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    “Most Americans are only vaguely aware that we’re still fighting overseas, and the reason for that is that they don’t have any skin in the game.”


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    The UN ambassador and former South Carolina governor has diverged from the president on some foreign policy issues.


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    “Nikki Haley is one of the most talented political leaders of this generation. It’s hard to imagine her leaving the stage. I hope she doesn’t,” said Matt Moore, a former chair of the South Carolina Republican Party.


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    The Congressional Progressive Caucus Center is intended as infrastructure to unite the new progressives expected in Congress and set policy for the 2020 campaign.


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    “I had been waiting for her to post something like that for a long time,” said one so-called Swiftie.


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    The lack of money, leadership, and cohesive messaging are making it much harder to increase support in the US, even as Trump’s polarizing policies are creating new alliances for Palestinians.


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    The time has come for the left to constrain the court and limit the power of its right-wing majority.


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    “There is not anyone else who does the kind of work done by these experts,” said a former USDA statistics chief.


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    “Is there any limit on the government’s power?” Justice Neil Gorsuch asked.


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    Ethics experts speculated any complaints would be dismissed after Kavanaugh was confirmed to the US Supreme Court, but for now they're just being transferred to another judicial circuit.


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    The president is leading off campaign rallies this week with digs at Democrats over their treatment of the new Supreme Court justice, who was accused of sexual assault.


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    The charges against Bob Menendez were dropped after a mistrial, but they're still clouding a surprisingly competitive Senate race.


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    Those inmates on death row now will have their sentences converted to life imprisonment, the state's justices ruled.


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    Turkey and Saudi Arabia each have a stake in undermining the other, complicating Washington's search for answers.


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    The White House rebuffed recommendations from the California Democrats for nominees for the 9th Circuit.


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    “blah blah blah,” Kelly, then serving as the secretary of homeland security, wrote.


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    Liberal groups are pouring money into learning how to turn out young people of color, and what they’re finding looks a lot like the Democrats running in Georgia and Florida.


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    The group has been working under the radar for nearly two years to include and implement exceptions to what they refer to as Trump’s “global gag rule.”


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    The fight over 53,000 voter applications is something Abrams prepared for.


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    DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen has repeatedly denied that the administration had a policy to separate families at the border.


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    Here's a foreign policy fight progressives should embrace. It’s realistic, popular, and morally correct.


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    Prosecutors argue they didn’t intentionally mislead a judge and defense lawyers in withholding dozens of videos secretly recorded by Project Veritas during Inauguration Day protest planning meetings.


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    “All of those hangars are damaged. We anticipate the aircraft parked inside may be damaged as well."


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    A new generation of Chinese Americans are teaming up with a white conservative activist to end affirmative action. If their lawsuit against Harvard goes forward, they could get their wish.


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    “With what’s happening today, we all have to fight harder for what’s right and what is just — and you can call that identity politics, you can call it anything you want, but it’s the right thing to do," Christine Hallquist told BuzzFeed News' Profile.


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    Friday's speech by Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes was “a bit edgy,” the club conceded, while a past president mourned the decline of an “Upper East Side genteel club.”


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    “There’s just, like, nowhere to go.”


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    Will the media go along? Will we have a choice?


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    Sometimes an election comes down to a handful of votes...or a deck of cards?


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    The Pennsylvania and Ohio Senate races look to be out of reach for Republicans, no matter how much Trump tries to motivate voters in the states he won in 2016.


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    James Wolfe had previously vowed to fight the charges.


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    "The one thing all the articles mention is the victims were prostitutes. As if that makes her less of a victim."


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    Climate scientists called Trump’s climate comments “disturbing,” “nonsense,” “disappointing,” and “sad.”


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    Daniels also must pay Trump's "reasonable attorney's fees," should he ask that she do so, the court ruled.


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    The media-friendly lawyer inserted himself into the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation — and he’s tired of getting any blame.


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    From meetings with Hungarians to considering a Balkan border change, Wess Mitchell is credited with shifting policy to counter Moscow. Is it working?


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    If there's a Democratic sweep in November, politically moderate suburban women will be a big reason why. "Now I’m Democratic," said one Michigan woman. "I’ve never been before."


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    "Denver does not remember liking some of these pages or being a part of these groups," a spokesperson told BuzzFeed News about the Republican candidate's current and former "likes" of racist, sexist, and trollish Facebook groups.


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    Hof, 72, was following a path into Republican politics that would’ve been unthinkable just a few years ago.


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    “Well, it’s clear Congressman O’Rourke’s pollsters told him to come out on the attack,” Cruz said.


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