The FBI team examining sexual misconduct claims against US Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh have not yet interviewed his main accuser, her lawyers have said. He defended Kavanaugh, lamenting "What he's gone through" since the allegations surfaced.
Minority Leader Chuck Schumer of NY said that when Kavanaugh testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee, he abandoned any pretense of being an impartial jurist and revealed that he bears "bitter partisan resentments". I don't remember. Where was the place?
The President thinks "women are doing great" and are out to get every man out there, but this couldn't be any farther from the truth!
She claims she heard Kavanaugh and Judge drunkenly stumble down the stairs. He called himself the victim of "a calculated and orchestrated political hit" by Democrats, lashing out at Democratic senators and frequently interrupting them. Kavanaugh has steadfastly denied all allegations against him, describing them as attacks by Democrats to derail his nomination. Trump subsequently ordered the investigation. Over a period of several days, McConnell would need to end debate on the nomination; provide a one-day waiting period; and then the Senate would need to vote on a cloture motion.
"I was surprised at how vocal he was about the fact that he likes beer", the president said. A federal statute, 18 U.S.C. 1001, criminalizes such acts "under penalty of felony" saying such persons will be "fined and imprisoned not more than 5 years".
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said each senator would get a copy of the FBI's report on its investigation. "The one thing I want is speed".
Kavanaugh's confirmation would consolidate conservative control of the Supreme Court, with disputes involving abortion rights, immigration, gay rights, voting rights and transgender troops possibly heading to the court soon. Flake said lying to the Senate Judiciary Committee would be an immediate dealbreaker on the nominee for him.
They said the agency had not responded to the offer to interview Prof Ford, or "a series of emails and letters in which we identified witnesses and evidence that would likely assist the FBI".
The judge vehemently denies that.
Another woman, Julie Swetnick, has alleged that in the 1980s she witnessed Kavanaugh and a friend of his, Mark Judge, try to ply teenage girls with alcohol at wild parties where girls were sexually abused.
Sen. Susan Collins said Sunday she is confident in the investigation and "that the FBI will follow up on any leads that result from the interviews".
The FBI will also question Leland Keyser and P.J. Smyth, two people who Ford said were at the gathering of teenagers where Kavanaugh allegedly assaulted her.
With the uncertainty of the playoff scenarios, the Dodgers aren't sure where they will go after Sunday's regular-season finale. The Brewers likewise got out to an early lead, getting two in the first inning before rolling to an 11-0 win over the Tigers.
Officials estimate that upwards of 225 million Americans will receive the test alert on WEA-compatible wireless devices. The message will be active for approximately 30 minutes, so users could receive the alert within that time frame.
Another sticking point is Canada's protected dairy industry, which isn't in the current deal but where the USA wants concessions. TV footage shows Trudeau and Trump shook hands briefly during a luncheon for world leaders at the United Nations headquarters.
Plaintiffs now fear that because of the Facebook breach their personal data may be easily accessible to hackers on the Dark Web. After they have logged back in, people will get a notification at the top of their News Feed explaining what happened.
Along with leaving, Musk has to pay a $20 million fine for a tweet he fired off saying he planned on a massive buyout of Tesla . However, Musk has agreed to a condition where he will not admit nor deny if he was guilty of committing the securities fraud.
This would appear to leave no time for Corbyn's Labour to overthrow May's Conservatives and to negotiate their own Brexit package. His comments come the day before he will visit European Union chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier in Brussels.
Anger: Democratic Congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez speaks at a rally against Brett Kavanaugh in Boston yesterday. Democrats on Monday expressed concern over Kavanaugh's statements about his activities and his alcohol consumption in school.
She was later released with a "desk appearance ticket" to return to face the charges at a later, as-yet-unspecified court date. TMZ reports that Cardi will be charged with allegedly ordering an attack on two bartenders at a strip club in Queens, NY.
The self-proclaimed "God" is set to release album number nine very soon too, which will be named Yandhi . Instead, West invited the cast up to the stage as he ran down his final performance of the night.
However, the new management structure at Arsenal means Emery has little say when it comes to contract negotiations. Asked if he thought the situation would impact on Ramsey's performances, Emery said: "I think not".
Relationship with God can't be defined by biological or physiological factors, ' the CJI observed while reading out the judgement. However, Justice Malhotra said equality doctrine can not override fundamental right to worship under Article 25.
Project Stream announced by Google
You will need to be a 17-years or older resident of the USA , ideally with a 25 megabits per second connection to quality, though. The game will be free-of-charge to play for the duration of the Project Stream test, which will end in mid-January.
University of Waterloo prof awarded Nobel Prize for physics
She becomes the third woman to receive the #NobelPrize in Physics , joining Maria Goeppert-Mayer (1963) and Marie Curie (1903). Dr Ashkin developed a laser technique described as optical tweezers , which is used to study biological systems.
Amazon raises starting wage for its workers to $15 an hour
A public policy team employed by Amazon will begin pushing for an increase in the USA federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour. Workers have been protesting against fast food chains like McDonald's Corp and demanding wage increases since 2012.
James P Allison and Tasuku Honjo win Nobel prize for medicine
Perlmann said he had not yet managed to contact Allison. "It wasn't that the anti-CTLA-4 antibodies slowed the tumors down". They're approved for treating some versions of melanoma, bladder cancer, colorectal cancer, liver cancer and lung cancer.
U.S., Canada reportedly conclude new NAFTA deal
Canada also wanted to keep a NAFTA dispute-resolution process that the United States wanted to jettison. Under U.S. trade law, the administration was required to publish the text by the end of September.