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Today β€” November 17th 2018FoxNews Politics

Avenatti's law firm evicted from California offices over unpaid $213G rent

By Lukas Mikelionis

Michael Avenatti’s law practice firm was ordered to be evicted from its California offices over unpaid rent after the judge dismissed his attempt to block the eviction, the latest setback for the embattled lawyer who was arrested on domestic violence charges earlier this week.

California Dem says US would win 'short war' against gun-rights advocates: 'The government has nukes'

By Lukas Mikelionis

California Democrat Eric Swalwell on Friday said the U.S. government would use its nuclear weapons in a hypothetical war against Second Amendment supporters refusing to give up their firearms.

GOP's Mia Love takes lead in Utah House race as count continues

By Stephen Sorace

A Republican incumbent congresswoman from Utah pulled ahead of her Democratic opponent by several hundred votes Friday, gaining her first lead in the House contest since Election Day.

Reagan shooter, John Hinckley, can move out of mom's house, judge rules

The man who tried to assassinate President Ronald Reagan can move out of his mother's house in Virginia and live on his own, a federal judge ruled Friday.

Yesterday β€” November 16th 2018FoxNews Politics

Abortion debate intensifies after amendments pass removing abortion protections in 2 states

By Emilie Ikeda

Election results in the Midterms may be a mixed bag, but anti-abortion groups are claiming victory, pointing to constitutional amendments that passed in Alabama and West Virginia removing abortion protections.

US hardens pro-Israel stance at UN, votes against resolution on Golan Heights

By Adam Shaw

The U.S. on Friday voted against an annual resolution condemning the “occupation” of the Golan Heights -- a change from the U.S. abstention last year -- and ripped into the body’s anti-Israel bias, part of an increasingly pro-Israel stance under the Trump administration.

Trump announces plans to name Wheeler permanent EPA chief

By Lauren Lee

President Trump said Friday that he will name Andrew Wheeler the leader of the Environmental Protection Agency, after the official served in an acting capacity over the last few months.

Trump on CNN’s Jim Acosta: β€˜If he misbehaves, we’ll throw him out’

By Brian Flood

President Trump told Fox News’ Chris Wallace that he will kick CNN White House reporter Jim Acosta out of press conferences if he misbehaves.

House Ethics Committee: Dem Rep. Kihuen sexually harassed women, violated House rules

By Chad Pergram

The House Ethics Committee has found that retiring Rep. Ruben Kihuen sexually harassed multiple women, both during his campaign for Congress and while a lawmaker.

Trump says he has finished answering Mueller probe questions

By Alex Pappas

President Trump said Friday he has finished answering questions to written questions from Special Counsel Robert Mueller, but he hasn’t submitted them yet.

Lindsey Graham in line to replace Chuck Grassley as chairman of Senate Judiciary Committee

By Lauren Lee

Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa announced Friday he will step down as chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee so he can lead the Senate Finance Committee in the next congress, paving the way for South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham to become the Judiciary Committee's next chairman. 

The new Dem House majority plans β€˜democracy reform’ vote right out the gate

By Fred Lucas

Call it the House Democratic version of draining the swamp. When Democrats in the House of Representatives assume the majority in January, they plan to introduce a sweeping “democracy reform” bill made up of a hodgepodge of past proposals that went nowhere under Republican control.

Pelosi could pick up Republican support in quest for speaker’s gavel

By Adam Shaw

As Democratic House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., faces a tricky climb to build the support from her own party for her retake the gavel in January, she’s getting an unlikely source of support: Republicans.

Education Department unveils new Title IX guidance for campus sexual assault: Here's what would change

By Kaitlyn Schallhorn

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos unveiled the long-awaited overhaul to the guidance for how schools handle complaints of sexual misconduct, adding more protections for those who have been accused of assault and harassment.