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Sunday, Sep. 23, 2018

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

The Party needs to fight Supreme Court battles in a way that is consistent with its principles—and reject as many untenable nominees as Trump names.
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Trump Administration Aims to Sharply Restrict New Green Cards for Those on Public Aid

A rule proposed by the Trump administration could force immigrants seeking permanent resident status to prove they will never become reliant on government assistance.
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Yale Students To Prof Who Denies Coaching Kavanaugh Clerks: You're Lying

Amy Chua has pushed back hard against claims she groomed students for Kavanaugh.
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GOP allies urge Trump not to fire Rosenstein ahead of Kavanaugh confirmation, midterms

What seemed at first like a long-awaited opening to get rid of the "lingering stench" at his Justice Department now poses a quandary for President Donald Trump: Would firing Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein complicate precarious confirmation proceedings for an embattled Supreme Court nominee?
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Former top White House official revises statement to special counsel about Flynn's calls with Russian ambassador

K.T. McFarland now acknowledges that Flynn may have told her he discussed sanctions with Sergey Kislyak.
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