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Do the Democrats Have a Post-Kavanaugh, Post-Midterm Game Plan? - The New Yorker

For a President whose Supreme Court pick was in serious jeopardy last week, Donald Trump seemed, at least initially, almost blasé. As he left the White House, on Wednesday, to survey the hurricane damage in North Carolina, he said that it was “very ...

Talk of the 25th Amendment Underscores a Volatile Presidency - New York Times

WASHINGTON — President Trump had not even taken office before critics who considered him dangerous began imagining how to get him out. One idea floated from the very start was the clause in the Constitution permitting the removal of a president ...

Iran blames the US and Saudi Arabia for military parade attack - CNN

(CNN) Iran knows the "perpetrators" behind Saturday's attack on a military parade in the southwestern city of Ahvaz and "will not leave the bloodshed unanswered," Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Sunday. "It is America who supports these little ...

Florence floodwaters reveal fish washed up on North Carolina interstate - Fox News

Floodwaters from Hurricane Florence are leaving quite a fishy situation in North Carolina. As floodwaters from the hurricane begin to recede more a week after the storm made landfall, first responders on Saturday came across hundreds of dead fish on a ...

More Voters Want Democrats to Control Congress, New Poll Shows - Wall Street Journal

The Democratic Party's political advantage has grown in the home stretch of the midterm campaign, powered by strong support among women and a majority looking for a change from President Trump's course, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll has ...

Trump Administration Aims to Sharply Restrict New Green Cards for Those on Public Aid - New York Times

WASHINGTON — Trump administration officials announced Saturday that immigrants who legally use public benefits like food assistance and Section 8 housing vouchers could be denied green cards under new rules aimed at keeping out people the ...

100 years ago, US fought its deadliest battle in France - Yahoo News

PARIS (AP) — It was America's deadliest battle ever, with 26,000 U.S. soldiers killed, tens of thousands wounded and more ammunition fired than in the whole of the Civil War. The Meuse-Argonne offensive of 1918 was also a great American victory that ...and more »

Friends, family gather for memorial service for jogger stabbed to death in DC - ABC News

Friends and family gathered on Saturday to remember Wendy Martinez, the woman who was stabbed to death in Washington, D.C., while out for a jog in an apparently random attack. The service was held at The Miracle Theatre, just a mile from the U.S. ...

Trump factor loomed large in Cruz-Beto debate, and both were 'true to form' in stoking the base - Dallas News

A funny thing happened at the first clash between Sen. Ted Cruz and Rep. Beto O'Rourke. Rivals who could barely conceal their animosity toward each other tacitly joined forces to ensure that the Texas election becomes a referendum on a divisive president.

Winners and losers from college football's Week 4 headlined by Alabama's dominance - USA TODAY

The comparison is almost too easy to make. Clemson played Texas A&M two weeks ago. The Tigers won 28-26 in a game just about as close as the score implies. Alabama played Texas A&M on Saturday. The result was slightly different. The Crimson Tide's ...