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Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation odds could get a boost if his accuser refuses to testify

Republicans want Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's accuser to testify in a committee hearing scheduled for Monday.Republicans on the fence about supporting Kavanaugh say they would be disappointed if Ford does not testify and fully expect the committee to move on in that case.

These are 2018’s most popular ingredients, according to four celebrity chefs

2018's 'it' foods, shortlisted by chefs of Michelin-starred restaurants, include fruit, buckwheat, and suckling pig.

Democrats are starting to think Brett Kavanaugh is toast as Republicans anxiously dig in

"For my part, I believe that it’s very important that both Professor Ford and Judge Kavanaugh testify under oath about these allegations," Sen. Susan Collins told reporters on Monday. "And for my part I need to see them and listen to their answers to the questions in order to make an assessment."

Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation chances are starting to unravel

"In this case, that would entail phone calls with at least Judge Kavanaugh and Dr. Ford. Consistent with that practice, I asked Senator Feinstein's office yesterday to join me in scheduling these follow-ups," Sen. Chuck Grassley said. "Thus far, they have refused."

New details are emerging about a woman’s allegation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in a secret letter

The letter reportedly details an incident when Kavanaugh was in high school. A woman alleges that in the early 1980s, when Kavanaugh was in high school, he attempted to force himself on her. Kavanaugh denied the allegation.

A top Democrat just laid out their plan to probe Trump if they win back control — including looking at his personal finances

"Also I think we want to focus on the integrity of the interests of the president in terms of what interests he has and is he pursuing policies that are in the public’s interest or in the Trump investment interest," House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer said.

Democrats in red states have started using guns in campaign ads

While Democrats are pushing for stricter gun control in record numbers across the United States, upstart candidates in more conservative regions are airing campaign ads featuring their exercise of the 2nd Amendment.

Here’s what Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh said about key issues like abortion during his marathon confirmation hearings

President Trump's nominee faced several days of wild protests, political infighting on the committee, and fierce questioning from Republicans and Democrats looking to further understand the potential Supreme Court justice.

Trump-backed GOP congressman abruptly resigns to focus on campaign for governor in hotly contested Florida race

"In order to honor my principles and protect the taxpayer, I officially resign from the House of Representatives effective immediately," DeSantis wrote. "For purposes of pay, I ask that my resignation be retroactive to September 1 so that I do not receive any pay for the month of September."

Trump on shutting down the government: ‘Rush Limbaugh says it’s the greatest thing you can do’

"There are a lot of politicians that I like and respect and are with me all the way that would rather not do it because they have races, they’re doing well, they’re up," he said. "The way they look at it, might be good, might be bad."