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Blasey Ford asks Senate to limit press access for Kavanaugh hearing

Republicans announced plans to hold a committee vote Friday morning on Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court, signaling confidence they’ll be able to speed the process after Thursday’s showdown hearing involving the woman accusing him of sexual assault as a teenager.

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Get In Line: Eight GOP Senators Undecided On Kavanaugh Nomination

Folks, this is what I’m taking about when it comes to not having our act together and not treating this for what it is. We’re not in a wartime mindset on the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court nomination. We should be. The Democrats are hurling baseless unsubstantiated gossip at Kavanaugh in order to build pressure on the GOP, whip up their base ahead of the midterms, and hopefully run out the clock on the nomination. It’s been quite the show these past few days. Democrats petty much saying that his legal views might make him guilty of the sexual misconduct accusations, or that due process is not afforded to him because he’s a conservative. They really want to kill this nomination, and unprovable, evidence-free allegations that are designed to delay the proceedings are what Democrats want—big league. Two women, Christine Blasey Ford and Deborah Ramirez, have lobbed serious allegations of sexual misconduct, including an attempted rape, at Kavanaugh. Ford’s allegation dates back to when Kavanaugh was in high school, Ramirez centers on his days at Yale. Both allegations have no corroborative witnesses, no evidence, and the people cited in their accounts have refuted their accounts. For Ramirez’s claim, some aren’t sure Kavanaugh was even at the party in question.

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GOP scrambles to save Kavanaugh nomination as vote deadline looms

Republicans announced plans to hold a committee vote Friday morning on Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court, signaling confidence they’ll be able to speed the process after Thursday’s showdown hearing involving the woman accusing him of sexual assault as a teenager.

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ICYMI: What they don’t tell you about climate change

TWO years ago the world pledged to keep global warming “well below” 2°C hotter than pre-industrial times. Climate scientists and campaigners purred. Politicians patted themselves on the back. Despite the Paris agreement’s ambiguities and some setbacks, including President Donald Trump’s decision to yank America out of the deal, the air of self-congratulation was still on show among those who gathered in Bonn this month for a follow-up summit.

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