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President Donald Trump's approach to Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance has put him at odds with some of his top allies in the Senate.

Trump’s handling of Saudi Arabia and the Khashoggi case is alienating him from his biggest allies in Congress

President Donald Trump's overall approach to the disappearance and death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is seemingly alienating him from some of his top Republican allies in the Senate.

Taking her cues from Trump, Arizona Republican Martha McSally accuses her Democratic opponent of supporting ‘treason’

Taking a page from President Donald Trump's playbook, Rep. Martha McSally — the Republican running for retiring Sen. Jeff Flake's Arizona Senate seat — accused her Democratic opponent, Rep. Krysten Sinema, of supporting treason during a contentious Monday night debate.
Beyonce — pictured here with Jay-Z, Kanye West, and Kim Kardashian West in 2012 — was named the most politically divisive celebrity in the US.

Beyoncé, Sean Hannity, and LeBron James lead the list of most politically divisive celebrities in the US

Beyoncé, Sean Hannity, and LeBron James are the most polarizing celebrities in the US, according to a new poll published by research group Morning Consult on Monday. Hannity and Rush Limbaugh were the only ones that Republicans favored more than Democrats. Beyoncé endorsed Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren

Elizabeth Warren’s DNA test sparks a heated debate on the left

Sen. Elizabeth Warren's PR campaign defending her claims to Native American ancestry sparked a debate on the left, with some applauding her attempt to clear the air and others criticizing the timing of the move and her engagement with what they see as bad faith, racist attacks from the right.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh is sworn in as an Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court by Chief Justice John Roberts as Kavanaugh's wife Ashley holds the family bible and his daughters Liza and Margaret look on in a handout photo provided by the U.S. Supreme Court taken at the Supreme Court building in Washington, U.S., October 6, 2018.

KAVANAUGH IS CONFIRMED: Embattled Supreme Court nominee secures 50 votes in the Senate, is sworn in as justice

Judge Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed to the Supreme Court with 50 votes in the Senate on Saturday, bringing to a close weeks of bitter partisan fights and protests over the nominee, who faced multiple allegations of sexual misconduct and doubts about his truthfulness under oath.
Jeff Flake.

After announcing he’d vote to confirm Kavanaugh, Sen. Jeff Flake was confronted by survivors of sexual assault on his way to the committee vote

Sen. Jeff Flake announced on Friday morning that he'd vote to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court — and faced immediate backlash from protesters, some of whom were survivors of sexual violence.

Democrats and Republicans are more divided on the news media’s watchdog role than they’ve been in the 33 years Pew has asked the question

Democrats and Republicans continue to remain divided over attitudes toward the role of the news media, according to a new Pew Research Center survey released on Tuesday. The areas where Democrats and Republicans disagree the most are on the media's watchdog role and fairness in political coverage.

Democrats slam Republicans for pressing forward with Kavanaugh confirmation last week despite apparently knowing of then-secret allegation

Some prominent Democrats are accusing Republicans of pushing to expedite the timeline for a confirmation vote on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh even after they learned last week of a then-secret allegation of sexual misconduct against Kavanaugh.
Rep. Ron DeSantis, Florida's Republican gubernatorial nominee.

A donor to Florida’s Republican gubernatorial candidate called Obama the N-word

A conservative activist and donor to Rep. Ron DeSantis, Florida's Republican nominee for governor, called President Barack Obama a "F---- MUSLIM N----" in a recent Tweet, and has made other offensive comments online.
Democratic congressional candidate Randy Bryce

A top Democratic candidate’s own brother says he’s voting against him in a new Republican attack ad

Randy Bryce, a Democrat running for the Wisconsin congressional seat being vacated by House Speaker Paul Ryan, is facing a particularly brutal attack ad featuring his own brother, a police officer, accusing him of inciting violence against law enforcement.