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Kavanaugh accuser: FBI should investigate claims of sexual assault

Kavanaugh accuser asks for FBI investigation

Christine Blasey Ford told Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Chuck Grassley Tuesday night that she would like the FBI to investigate her claims of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, raising further doubts about whether she and Kavanaugh will appear before the committee on Monday.

Ford's attorneys did not explicitly say she will not appear on Monday in a letter to committee leaders, but said that a probe by the FBI "will ensure that the crucial facts and witnesses in this matter are assessed in a non-partisan manner." Republicans have signaled that the will move forward with the hearing regardless of whether Ford shows up or not.

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Kavanaugh accuser has reportedly received death threats and is in hiding

Kavanaugh accuser getting death threats

Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who alleges Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her at a high school party more than 30 years ago, has been reportedly receiving death threats, hired private security, and had to move out of her home as a result of coming forward, according to The New York Times.

“From what I’ve heard you have 6 months to live, you disgusting slime,” one message to Ford reportedly said.

As a person close to Ford told the Times, “Ninety percent of people think she’s a hero and are extremely supportive of her, and 10 percent want her to die immediately… Her worst fears are coming true.”

Ford’s lawyer, Debra Katz, told CNN that her client understood abuse could be a very real repercussion of coming forward, but she felt she needed to do it anyway.

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China Tariff Retaliation Will Hit $60 Billion of U.S. Goods

Trade war with China

China announced it will take retaliatory tariff action against $60 billion of U.S. goods, sharply escalating their trade conflict as the Trump administration considers imposing duties on almost all Chinese imports.

China’s retaliatory tariffs, on items ranging from meat to wheat and textiles, will take effect on Sept. 24, China’s Ministry of Finance said in a statement posted on its website. Beijing is still ready to negotiate an end to the trade tensions with the U.S., the ministry said.

At almost the same time Beijing released its list of counter-tariff targets, President Donald Trump on Tuesday threatened more punitive measures against China if it targets politically potent U.S. agricultural products for retaliation.

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FEMA official suspended in connection with IG probe

FEMA official suspendedA senior FEMA official has been suspended without pay in connection with a Department of Homeland Security inspector general investigation into the improper use of government vehicles by FEMA administrator Brock Long, according to two current government officials.

The official, John Veatch, was informed of his suspension by FEMA chief of staff Eric Heighberger last Friday, just as the agency was leading coordination of the response to Hurricane Florence.

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Los Angeles may become largest city yet to ban fur clothing

Los Angeles bans fur clothingThis city will decide the fate of lucky rabbit's feet -- not to mention coats, handbags and ear muffs -- as it considers Tuesday whether to ban natural fur from sale in clothing.

If the Los Angeles City Council goes ahead with a ban, it could make the city the largest in the country to ban fur.

The motion would "prohibit the manufacture and sale of fur products, including apparel made in whole or in part of fur, or any fashion accessory." Besides mink stoles or fur-trimmed jackets, the ban would include  handbags, shoes, hats, earmuffs, jewelry, and key chains.

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Stormy Daniels memoir accuses Trump of sex, lies and cheating

Stormy Daiels book tells all

The British media outlet The Guardian has obtained a copy of porn actress Stormy Daniels' soon-to-be released memoir Full Disclosure, and the tale apparently is as salacious as the title would indicate.

Daniels explains her claim that she slept with President Donald Trump in 2006, why she decided to sign a $130,000 hush agreement in the days preceding Trump's 2016 election, and why she later decided to go public with her story.

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Kim, Moon start possibly most challenging Korean summit yet

Leaders of N and S Korea to meet for third summitSouth Korean President Moon Jae-in arrived in North Korea on Tuesday for his third and possibly most challenging summit yet with leader Kim Jong Un in which he hopes to break an impasse in talks with the United States over the North's denuclearization and breathe energy into his own efforts to expand and improve relations between the Koreas.

In what are by now familiar images of the two Korean leaders hugging and exchanging warm smiles, Kim greeted Moon at Pyongyang's airport. They have met twice this year at the border village of Panmunjom, but Moon's visit is the first by a South Korean leader to the North Korean capital in 11 years.

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Israel rejects responsibility in downing of Russian aircraft

Russia blames Israel for downiing of plane

The Israeli military has rejected claims its fighter jets indirectly caused a Russian military plane to be shot down by Syrian anti-aircraft fire.

In a statement on Tuesday, the Israeli army said it holds Syria, Iran and Lebanon's Hezbollah responsible for the incident, in which 15 Russian crew members were killed.

After the shoot-down Moscow placed the blame on Israel, saying Israeli fighter jets were mounting air attacks on Syrian targets at the time and only gave Moscow one minute's warning, putting the Russian aircraft in the crossfire.

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Kavanaugh confirmation hearings scheduled to begin Sept. 4

Kavanaugh hearings to begin MondayThe Senate Judiciary Committee plans to begin confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on Sept. 4, Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, announced Friday.

Grassley expects the hearings to last between three to four days, his office said, with opening statements delivered on Sept. 4 and the questioning of Kavanaugh to begin on Sept. 5.

The Judiciary panel has so far received more than 184,000 pages of records from Kavanaugh’s work as a White House lawyer and his work for Independent Counsel Ken Starr.

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