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The Battle Over Kavanaugh Takes Confirmation Process to New Low

The Battle Over Kavanaugh Takes Confirmation Process to New Low

In a city famous for partisanship, senators on both sides agree on one thing: The Brett Kavanaugh proceedings made the already-fraught process of confirming judges much worse.

Published 1 month ago

The Kavanaugh Confirmation: What Happens Now

The Kavanaugh Confirmation: What Happens Now

The confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court ends a momentous political battle and gives the court a firm conservative majority. Here’s what’s ahead for the court’s newest member.

Published 1 month ago

Divided Senate votes to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to US Supreme Court

Divided Senate votes to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to US Supreme Court

Close vote ends bitter nomination battle marked by sexual misconduct claims and partisan rancour

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Senate Poised to Confirm Kavanaugh for Supreme Court

Senate Poised to Confirm Kavanaugh for Supreme Court

The Senate was poised on Saturday to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, ending a battle over the nominee and the sexual-assault allegations leveled against him that threw the nation into an uproar.

Published 1 month ago

Protesters March on Capitol Hill to Oppose Kavanaugh’s Confirmation

Protesters March on Capitol Hill to Oppose Kavanaugh’s Confirmation

Early in the day demonstrators largely gathered in opposition to Mr. Kavanaugh, though President Trump in a tweet said supporters were gathering too.

Published 1 month ago

U.S. Tariffs on China Aren’t a Short-Term Strategy

U.S. Tariffs on China Aren’t a Short-Term Strategy

The White House is using tariffs differently with China than with other nations—and the levies between the world’s two largest economies likely will be cemented in place for years.

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Bond Yields Reach New Highs On Growth Outlook

Bond Yields Reach New Highs On Growth Outlook

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 180 points and bond yields rose to multiyear highs after the jobless rate dropped to its lowest level since 1969, raising fears of higher borrowing costs.

Published 1 month ago

Banks Brace for the Downside of Higher Rates

Banks Brace for the Downside of Higher Rates

Banks have enjoyed a profit boost from rising interest rates over the past couple of years. But now those higher rates could turn into a drag.

Published 1 month ago

Senate Poised to Confirm Kavanaugh for Supreme Court

Senate Poised to Confirm Kavanaugh for Supreme Court

The Senate was poised on Saturday to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, ending a battle over the nominee and the sexual-assault allegations leveled against him that threw the nation into an uproar.

Published 1 month ago

Why the UK’s uber-wealthy voters fear a Corbyn-led government

Why the UK’s uber-wealthy voters fear a Corbyn-led government

Concerns include a rise in inheritance tax, capital gains tax and income tax rates

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Where the Earth Became a River: Indonesia Quake Liquefied Solid Ground

Where the Earth Became a River: Indonesia Quake Liquefied Solid Ground

Survivors of the Sept. 28 Indonesia earthquake describe riding as much as a mile on earthen rafts carried by liquefied soil: for the people of Palu, a scientific phenomenon, liquefaction, had violently entered the realm of personal experience.

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Many Catholics Struggle to Keep the Faith

Many Catholics Struggle to Keep the Faith

The sexual-abuse scandals that have rocked the church this year have left some of the country’s most devoted Catholics questioning how to reconcile their longtime faith with the realities of the institution they rely on to channel it.

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Hope for the Present in a Reminder of Greatness

Hope for the Present in a Reminder of Greatness

Half a century ago, the moon landing united a country torn by discord.

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Pompeo Coordinates With Japan’s Abe Before North Korea Trip

Pompeo Coordinates With Japan’s Abe Before North Korea Trip

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe met in Tokyo in hopes of coordinating their countries’ efforts to denuclearize North Korea.

Published 1 month ago

How to Disconnect From ‘Always On’ Work Culture

How to Disconnect From ‘Always On’ Work Culture

In our ‘Always On’ world, colleagues text and email us at all hours, expecting a quick response. But with these strategies, you can be happily out of reach—and not out of a job.

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