Washington (CNN)A longtime friend of Christine Blasey Ford -- the woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault -- tells CNN that Ford has previously said she needs "more than one exit door in her bedroom to prevent her from being trapped.
(CNN)Republican leaders are preparing a controversial push to install Brett Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court after a frenetic night of legal and political maneuvering in Washington that could reverberate for years to come.
The New York Times is admitting that the process known as “chain migration” — whereby newly naturalized citizens can bring an unlimited number of foreign relatives to the U.S.
In a recent Washington Examiner post, Sally Pipes painted a biased, inaccurate, and incomplete picture of the Medicaid program and its expansion.
Pipes wrote, for example, that Medicaid represents a significant portion of state budgets.
This year marks the 15th anniversary of the U.S.-Chile Free Trade Agreement. And there is progress to celebrate. The value of bilateral trade is up more than 275 percent since the deal entered into force.
The Supreme Court dominates the news these days, thanks to the upcoming vote on the Brett Kavanaugh nomination. If approved, he’ll join the other justices serving in the marble building across the street from the Capitol.
In March, President Trump said he would never again sign another last-minute, massive spending bill. In May, a group of 16 Republican senators came together to say we were willing to work nights, weekends, and through the annual August recess to deliver results, specifically on confirmations and funding.
The 2016 election provided Republicans with an immense opportunity to govern and to demonstrate that their policies work. Between President Trump’s unexpected victory and GOP dominance on the state and federal levels, the chances for reform legislation abounded.
Brett Kavanaugh, the president’s Supreme Court pick being accused of sexual assault when he was in high school, bragged about keeping tight-lipped about what he got up to while at his school.