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Kavanaugh's lengthy paper trail could slow confirmation process

Kavanaugh has handed 110 pages to the Senate Judiciary Committee, but Democrats want to review his decades of legal work
CBS News

High court nominee gets started answering questions

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump's choice for the Supreme Court has given members of Congress lots of material to help them judge the judge.Judge Brett Kavanaugh has responded to a Senate..
New Zealand Herald Also reported by •Seattle Times

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Kavanaugh Steps Closer To Confirmation Hearing [Video]Kavanaugh Steps Closer To Confirmation Hearing

Kavanaugh Steps Closer To Confirmation Hearing

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Trump Makes Pick For Bureau Of Consumer Financial Protection [Video]Trump Makes Pick For Bureau Of Consumer Financial Protection

Donald Trump has picked Kathy Kraninger to lead the Bureau of Consumer FInancial Protection. Kraninger faced rapid questioning by lawmakers to see if she had relevant experience for the job. According..

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The Mood In The West Wing Can Be Summed Up In One Word [Video]The Mood In The West Wing Can Be Summed Up In One Word

The fallout from President Trump's Helsinki shocker is still spreading like wildfire among his staff. In response, Trump has fled to the warm embrace of his Bedminster, NJ, golf club. The fractious..

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Two Civil Rights Orgs Have Taken Out Full-Page Ads Against Brett Kavanaugh [Video]Two Civil Rights Orgs Have Taken Out Full-Page Ads Against Brett Kavanaugh

HuffPost has reported that this weekend two national civil rights organizations are planning to run full-page ads in several newspapers. The aim is to pressure key Republican senators to oppose Supreme..

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Sen. Mark Warner Speaks Out Against ZTE Deal [Video]Sen. Mark Warner Speaks Out Against ZTE Deal

Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) is not happy with reports that House Republicans are planning to strip language from the defense appropriations bill that cracked down on Chinese telecom ZTE. Warner tweeted..

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Senate GOP Won't Push To Block ZTE From Buying US Goods [Video]Senate GOP Won't Push To Block ZTE From Buying US Goods

Blocking ZTE from buying U.S. goods would likely have put it out of business.

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Democrats Demand More of Kavanaugh's Lengthy Paper Trail

Judge Brett Kavanaugh has a long record of judicial and executive branch service to recommend him as President Donald Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court. And that's part of the problem in getting him..
Newsmax

Not My Job: Former FBI Director James Comey Gets Quizzed On Loyalty Rewards

Comey wrote a book called A Higher Loyalty and he told the Senate intelligence committee that President Trump demanded his loyalty over dinner. But what does he know about loyalty programs?
NPR

Kaine and Stewart square off in first debate

HOT SPRINGS, Va. (AP) — The two major party candidates in Virginia’s U.S. Senate race are set to square off in their first debate. Democrat Tim Kaine and Republican Corey Stewart are debating..
Seattle Times

Putin plan to interview Americans rejected

The US Senate has passed a resolution that stops from Russia from interviewing Americans, a plan US President Donald Trump called an "incredible idea".
SBS

Turnbull open to Senate inquiry into Australia's population policy

Backbench senator Dean Smith says Australia needs a respectful debate on immigration levels and the rate of population growth.
SBS

Convicted murderer serving life sentence runs for US Senate

Running for the US Senate is legal for inmates in the seat of Minnesota. Leonard Richards is making full use of this law.
SBS

Supreme Court nominee would shield Trump from Russia probe: Democrats

Senate Democrats trying to rally opposition to Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh are portraying him as a potential threat to the Russia investigation.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Sidelined Senator Ian Macdonald says the north is left without representation

Despite being relegated to fourth spot on the LNP Senate ticket, Senator Ian Macdonald said "anything can happen" with voting under the line.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

LNP members want the Labour Day public holiday moved to October

At the LNP state convention, members voted to reject abortion reform, support a return to optional preferential voting and keep the Lord's Prayer in the Senate.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

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