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  • Kavanaugh, Ford will testify in open hearing Thursday

    Attorneys for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, and the Senate Judiciary Committee have reached agreement for a public hearing Thursday, as talks continued Sunday to resolve potentially make-or-break details.
  • Spain saves some 440 migrants; new crackdown on rescue boat

    Spain's maritime rescue service said Sunday it rescued more than 400 people from 15 small boats, most of them off the country's southern coast, while humanitarian groups lamented that the sole private rescue boat operating near the deadly central Mediterranean human trafficking route risked being put out of action by Italy's anti-migrant leaders.
  • Amid furor, Trump pushes pause on deciding Rosenstein's fate

    Trump, never shy to loudly express disappointment in the Justice Department, has not tweeted about a New York Times story alleging that Deputy General Rod Rosenstein had suggested wearing a wire to secretly record Trump and raised the idea of using the 25th Amendment to remove the president from office.
  • Pompeo: No end to North Korea sanctions until 'denuclearization'

    Top U.S. diplomat Mike Pompeo said Sunday that economic sanctions on North Korea won't be reduced until it completes "denuclearization" after leader Kim Jong Un offered to close the North's main nuclear site in exchange for U.S. concessions.
  • Iran's president blames U.S. after attack on military parade

    Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said Sunday that an unnamed U.S.-allied country in the Persian Gulf was behind an attack on a military parade that killed 25 people and wounded nearly 70.
  • Meghan reveals 'something blue' she wore at wedding to Harry

    The former Meghan Markle has revealed in a television documentary that she had a piece of blue fabric from the dress she wore on her first date with Harry sewn into her wedding dress.
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