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Feinstein: I’m equipped to lead anti-Kavanaugh brigade

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the ranking Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, said Saturday that the vetting process for the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court will be “incredibly difficult,’’ and that her staff is reading nearly 1 million documents that she said could give red-state Democrats reason to oppose his nomination.

Source: Feinstein: I’m equipped to lead anti-Kavanaugh brigade
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Michigan Lawmaker Suggests Muslim Candidate Faces Hurdles Due To His Faith

Democratic Rep. Debbie Dingell is among those backing someone else in her party's gubernatorial race.


    Democratic Rep. Debbie Dingell is among those backing someone else in her party's gubernatorial race.
Source: Michigan Lawmaker Suggests Muslim Candidate Faces Hurdles Due To His Faith
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Watch Live: Trump, Putin Hold Joint Press Conference

President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin are scheduled to have a press conference Monday at 9:50 a.m. Eastern, following their one-on-one meeting in Helsinki, Finland.

Source: Watch Live: Trump, Putin Hold Joint Press Conference
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The Point: A simple explanation for why Trump treats Putin this way

President Donald Trump's delivered a remarkable performance in Helsinki on Monday. His capitulation to Russian President Vladimir Putin, on such a massive public stage, was complete -- and jarring.

Source: The Point: A simple explanation for why Trump treats Putin this way
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Georgia governor primary leaves Casey Cagle, Brian Kemp vying for GOP nomination

Republican Georgia gubernatorial candidates Casey Cagle and Brian Kemp are heading to a July runoff election.
Source: Georgia governor primary leaves Casey Cagle, Brian Kemp vying for GOP nomination
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Twitter is the latest battlefield between the US and Iran

Given that the Iranian government appears wholly unengaged in formal diplomatic channels, Twitter just may be our most direct courier.

Source: Twitter is the latest battlefield between the US and Iran
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Colorado: Boulder County Sheriff’s Office report notes increase in concealed carry permits in 2017

Boulder County saw an increase in concealed carry permit holders in 2017, and the sheriff’s office said it has already seen an increase again so far in 2018.

Source: Colorado: Boulder County Sheriff’s Office report notes increase in concealed carry permits in 2017
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Trump Says He Predicted Brexit From Scotland Before The Vote -- But He Wasn't There

The president didn't arrive at his Turnberry resort until a day after the vote.


    The president didn't arrive at his Turnberry resort until a day after the vote.
Source: Trump Says He Predicted Brexit From Scotland Before The Vote -- But He Wasn't There
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Trump Hits ‘Fake News’ over North Korea Progress

President Donald Trump again slammed the “Fake News” on Sunday, this time for not highlighting North Korea concessions to the United States.

Source: Trump Hits ‘Fake News’ over North Korea Progress
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Trump speaks, Republicans follow and Democrats flee

President Donald Trump's trip to the NATO summit featured him calling out US allies for not spending enough on defense and accusing Germany of being "a captive of Russia." It ended with a commitment to the organization, but not before a lot of criticism. Trump has criticized the organization before, but now that he has a platform as President, people are listening.

Source: Trump speaks, Republicans follow and Democrats flee
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