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Today β€” September 20th 2018FoxNews Politics

Grassley demands Feinstein turn over letter from Kavanaugh accuser: 'I cannot overstate how disappointed I am'

By Gregg Re

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley on Wednesday unloaded a torrent of criticism on Sen. Dianne Feinstein for her handling of the sexual assault accusations against Brett Kavanaugh, telling the ranking Democrat on the committee, "I cannot overstate how disappointed I am."

Senators, aides being targeted by foreign government hackers, lawmaker says

By Nicole Darrah

Hackers working on behalf of a foreign government are still targeting the personal accounts of senators and their aides and Senate security isn't stopping it, a Democratic lawmaker said in a letter to U.S. Senate leaders on Wednesday.

Yesterday β€” September 19th 2018FoxNews Politics

Democrats under fire for pushing misleading Kavanaugh videos

By Adam Shaw

Amid a fiery Supreme Court confirmation hearing, Democrats have been caught spreading selectively edited video clips online of statements made by nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh -- and then standing by their interpretation, despite the criticism.

Grassley, Collins urge Kavanaugh accuser Christine Ford to reconsider apparent refusal to testify

By Gregg Re

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley and other top Republicans on Wednesday urged Christine Blasey Ford to reconsider her apparent refusal to testify about her decades-old sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, and reiterated that she could testify in a private setting if she preferred.

Trump vows to send 'a lot of money' to Florence-ravaged Carolinas: 'There will be nothing left undone'

By Brooke Singman

President Trump on Wednesday traveled to visit areas ravaged by Hurricane Florence last week, assuring local families and officials that the federal government would provide “a lot of money,” and that there will be “nothing left undone,” in recovery efforts.

USDA kitten killing comes under fire from bipartisan group of lawmakers

By Andrew O'Reilly

After the kitten killings were exposed by watchdog group the White Coat Waste Project earlier this year, a bipartisan group of lawmakers are now pressuring the USDA to stop what Congressman Mike Bishop, R-Mich., calls both an “inhumane practice” and “an example of wasteful spending.”

FBI will not launch criminal investigation into Kavanaugh allegations: sources

By Brooke Singman

The FBI will not launch a criminal investigation into the sexual assault allegations leveled against President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh, according to highly-placed law enforcement sources.

FBI will not launch criminal investigation into Kavanaugh allegations

By Brooke Singman

The FBI will not launch a criminal investigation into the sexual assault allegations leveled against President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh, according to highly-placed law enforcement sources.

Dem Sen. Hirono lashes out at 'men in this country' urging them to 'shut up and step up' amid Kavanaugh claims

By Brooke Singman

Democratic Sen. Mazie Hirono blasted “the men in this country,” blaming them for sexual assault and urged them to “just shut up and step up” amid allegations of misconduct against President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh.

Trump rips into Jeff Sessions: 'I don't have an Attorney General'

By Adam Shaw

President Trump ripped into Attorney General Jeff Sessions in an interview published Wednesday, going so far as to say “I don’t have an Attorney General” -- the latest broadside against one of his earliest supporters.

Republicans push to move ahead with Kavanaugh vote if accuser Christine Blasey Ford declines to testify

By Alex Pappas

Go ahead and vote. That’s what a growing number of Republican senators are saying it’s time do if the California professor claiming Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her more than 35 years ago doesn’t show up Monday to testify on Capitol Hill about her allegations.

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