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How senators have said they will vote on Kavanaugh nomination

How senators have said they will vote on Kavanaugh nomination — POLITICO Advertisement Politics The Senate cleared a key procedural hurdle Friday on the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, setting up a confirmation [...]
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‘They expect more from women’: Collins and Murkowski face extra pressure in Kavanaugh fight

Sen. Susan Collins and Sen. Lisa Murkowski are facing appeals, both overt and subtle, to their gender as they weigh the allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. | Drew Angerer/Getty Images Congress Fair or not, there [...]
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Jacinda Ardern’s Progressive Politics Made Her a Global Sensation. But Do They Work at Home?

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WELLINGTON, New Zealand — Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand’s prime minister, shared the debut of a new assistance package for families from her couch in a Facebook Live video in which she could be seen cradling her 10-day-old daughter, [...]
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Kavanaugh’s friends promoted him. Now they have to rescue him.

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White House Counsel Don McGahn is one of the prominent legal minds who was deeply invested in Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination, and has now doubled down on his bet. | Drew Angerer/Getty Images Kavanaugh Confirmation White [...]
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French Turn on Macron, as They Grow Impatient for Results

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CIVRAY, France — The cheese lady, the melon man, the retiree downing his morning glass, the olive seller, the housewife sipping coffee and the village mayor submerged by constituents’ unpaid bills — all agreed that their country’s [...]
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‘When they go low, we kick ’em in the nuts’

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Former first lady Michelle Obama’s address — a non-combative call to register to vote — appeared to pale against the vitriolic tone of the current political climate. | John Locher/AP Photo Elections When it comes to beating [...]
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Italy’s Populists Loosen Vaccine Law Amid a Fever They Fueled

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But this summer, Ms. Lorenzin’s successor in the new populist government, Giulia Grillo of the Five Star Movement, sought to loosen the requirements, at one point offering something she called “flexible obligation.” Ms. Grillo, [...]
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South Korea Dispatch: Migrants Expected Warm Welcome on Korean Resort Island. They Were Wrong.

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Why Jeju? Jeju’s popularity as a domestic vacation spot has been waning, as South Koreans with rising incomes have begun flying to more far-flung destinations abroad. So to revitalize the tourist industry, the island was granted permission [...]
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Europe’s Conservatives Thought They Could Control Viktor Orban. They Were Wrong.

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“It would be easy to, say, establish a new formation from like-minded Central European parties — or, indeed, a Pan-European anti-immigration formation,” Mr. Orban said in a June speech dedicated to Mr. Kohl’s memory. “There [...]
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They Killed Their Abusive Husbands. Their Acquittals Shocked Russia.

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MOSCOW — When Yana Gurcheva and Galina Katorova were arrested for stabbing their husbands to death with kitchen knives after suffering years of domestic abuse, the murder cases stirred hardly a ripple in Russia’s national news media. But [...]