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Washington Post Passed on Thinly Sourced Kavanaugh Story Before New York Times Ran It

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The Washington Post passed on a thinly sourced, unproven allegation about Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh before The New York Times published it Sunday in... Read More The post Washington Post Passed on Thinly Sourced Kavanaugh Story Before... read more

Why Warren Would Be a More Effective President Than Sanders

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She is aware of what it takes to govern as an executive in a democracy. read more

Arrested official had access to intel from Canada's allies

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TORONTO (AP) - The head of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police force said Monday the national police force has been "shaken" by the arrest of one of its senior intelligence officers and said he had access to information from Canada's allies.... read more

The Health 202: Who is writing 2020 Democrats' health plans? We found out.

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There are some heavy hitters on this list. read more

At the Country’s Oldest Stump, a Presidential Twist

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The Galivants Ferry Stump speaking event in South Carolina has been held every two years for at least 143 years. Now, for the first time, it will host Democratic presidential candidates. read more

Amazon Makes Men's Shirts, And Dozens Of Them Are Dirt Cheap Right Now

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In checkbook diplomacy duel, China pledges at least $8.6 billion to win over Taiwan's allies

1 Day ago Politics Source: Latimes.com

Solomon Islands is latest country to split with Taiwan after China offers huge sums of money. Now 16 countries are aligned with Taiwan, 170 with China. read more

California bullet train's mishandling of land deals adds to mounting costs and delays

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The biggest immediate problem for California's high-speed rail project is land acquisitions. Mismanagement of them is contributing to construction delays, cost increases, litigation and the launch of a federal audit. read more