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Ford wants more outside witnesses. She's unhappy committee won't subpoena man she says saw incident.
Lawyers for Christine Blasey Ford said in a statement on Sunday that she has committed to testifying in an open hearing on Thursday about her allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

What Sen. Mazie Hirono wants to know about Kavanaugh
Hawaii Democratic Sen. Mazie Hirono on Sunday previewed what she plans to ask Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh during a hearing later this week to address a sexual assault allegation levied against him.

McConnell calls Trump about his Kavanaugh tweets
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called President Trump to tell him that his tweets questioning Brett Kavanaugh's accuser's motivations were not helpful to the process.

100 kegs. A stripper. Kavanaugh's classmate reveals wild parties.
A goal of drinking 100 beer kegs by the end of senior year. A party with a stripper. A student falling through ceilings at house parties. These are new details coming to light in Mark Judge's descriptions of his days as a Georgetown Prep student.

NYT columnist defends Ford with his own powerful story
New York Times Op-Ed columnist Charles Blow defends Christine Blasey Ford, the woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, by sharing his own experience.

Opinion: The only thing between Kavanaugh and Supreme Court
Professor Christine Blasey Ford's appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday may be the only thing standing in the way of Judge Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court. At this point, only the power of her testimony may be able to affect the outcome of Kavanaugh's nomination for a seat on the highest court.

Cabrera fact-checks Trump on unreported sexual assaults
CNN's Ana Cabrera reports on why more than half of all sexual assaults go unreported. For anyone who needs help, call the National Sexual Assault hotline: (800) 656-HOPE.

See jet's white-knuckle landing attempt
Ferocious wind gusts of 44 mph kept an Air France flight from landing, forcing the jet to turn sideways and stay airborne feet above the ground.

Lisa Ling: How the US helped create Trump's 'violent animals'
Few groups have incited the ire of President Donald Trump more than MS-13 for the gang's recent vicious attacks and gruesome killings on US soil.

Book excerpt: Trump urged Roethlisberger to escort Daniels instead of bodyguards

Two Popes, dramatic accusations and their deafening silence

Great white shark lair found in the Pacific
Scientists tracked great white shark migration to a remote area of the Pacific Ocean they're calling the "White Shark Café."

New tropical storm gaining speed
As forecasters warn of more dangerous flooding in the Carolinas from Hurricane Florence's torrential rainfall, they're also keeping an eye on Tropical Storm Kirk in the Atlantic.

$18 million in cocaine shows up amid bananas given to prison
This shipment of bananas donated to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice was ripe for contraband.

Swiss ship attacked by pirates, official says
Switzerland's foreign ministry said there had been an attack on a ship sailing under the Swiss flag along the Nigerian coast.

Brian Stelter shuts down false reports on Kavanaugh's accuser
CNN's Brian Stelter takes a look at how right-wing media is attempting to discredit Christine Blasey Ford ahead of her possible hearing on Capitol Hill.

Strawberry needle scare spreads. New Zealand supermarket chain pulls products.
A major New Zealand supermarket chain is removing Australian-brand Choice strawberries from shelves across the country after needles were found in a container of strawberries from Western Australia purchased in Auckland.

DNA in NorCal Rapist case links suspect to sexual assaults in 6 counties
The suspected NorCal Rapist is scheduled to appear in court Monday, and authorities say it wouldn't be happening without a tool that's increasingly common in a crimefighter's repertoire: genetic genealogy.

Opinion: Trump stands up for men accused of abusing women
Donald Trump may be unpredictable, but he's been pretty consistent in one way: Standing up for men accused of being abusive to women, while at the same time seeking to undermine their female accusers. This November, in the first national election since the start of the #MeToo movement, Trump and the Republican Party may pay a price for it.

Dead fish scattered on the highway as floodwaters recede in North Carolina
North Carolina fire crews hosing down Interstate 40 after floodwaters receded found a stunning discovery: Dead fish scattered across the highway.

Tiger extends Tour Championship lead through 9

Five iOS 12 features that could improve your life

Jennifer Garner's school pickup look is epic
Jennifer Garner posted a video on Instagram of her taking advice from Reese Witherspoon's new book, "Whiskey in a Teacup."

These four star QBs are taking over college football

Corporate America could cause the next recession

New Jersey sheriff resigns over racist remarks
New Jersey Sheriff Michael Saudino made racist remarks about blacks and the state's Sikh attorney general in audio recordings posted by WNYC.

NBA team's $190 million decision is right move

Google CEO: 'We do not bias our products to favor any political agenda'

Iconic actress opens up about mother's suicide
A new HBO documentary by award-winning filmmaker Susan Lacy highlights the drama and on-screen work that have marked actress and political activist Jane Fonda's career.

Transfer your debt and pay no interest until 2020

Report: Gronk threatened to retire to avoid trade

QB breaks Peyton Manning's record

NFL defends controversial penalty flag

Rookie ejected for throwing punch

The NFL's strangest stadium foods
Stadium concessions have come a long way since stale pretzels and popcorn were about all that hungry fans could look forward to.

I was Anthony Bourdain's 'censor' at CNN
I was Anthony Bourdain's "censor" at CNN.

Kamau Bell worked up the courage to talk to Anthony Bourdain. Then they ended up in Kenya.
If I think about Tony for too long, I start to cry. If I'm talking to somebody about him for more than a minute or two, especially someone else who knew him as a friend or who worked with him, then my eyes start to fill up, and I realize I have to make a decision.

'Parts Unknown' enters uncharted territory
As someone most at home in a pair of broken-in jeans and a faded t-shirt, Anthony Bourdain once joked that putting on a suit to go to an awards show felt like making a court appearance.

Bourdain, Bell visit world 'under constant threat'
A few hours outside Nairobi, Bourdain and Kamau Bell explore the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, where they contemplate what it means to go on safari.

Duchess reveals secret that was hidden in veil
The Duchess of Sussex has revealed she hid a romantic memento to the first date she had with Prince Harry as the "something blue" within her wedding outfit.

A rare two-headed copperhead discovered in Virginia
A rare discovery was made in northern Virginia this month when a two-headed baby copperhead slithered in the yard of a resident.

Airport baggage handler goes viral
An airport baggage handler in South Africa has received praise after diligently straightening suitcases as they fall on the carousel belt.

Alyssa Milano on why she didn't report sexual assault 30 years ago
Last year, Alyssa Milano helped popularize the #MeToo movement with a simple tweet.

How to get out of the overspending trap

Financially independent in 5 years? It's not impossible

At UN, Trump will make one change to his list of bad boys
To help you prepare for the UN General Assembly meeting this week, we're providing some scene setting analysis in our presidential weekly briefing.

The ultimate mystery of the universe

Why Maryland shooter's gender is so confounding

German nationalism threatens Oktoberfest
Munich, the capital of the southern German state of Bavaria, has been stocking up on beer and sausages as it prepares for Oktoberfest: an annual festival of traditional German food, dancing, beer and clothing.

Invoking Kavanaugh's youth tells an ugly story

No president can top Trump -- for scandals

Forget your 401k if you own a home (Do This)

Motley Fool issues rare "double down" buy alert

9 cards charging 0% interest until 2020

Ben and Jerry's co-founders serve up support for Democrats' efforts to flip the House
It might be a rocky road for seven Democratic House candidates in their respective races, but the co-founders of Ben & Jerry's ice cream are hoping to float them to Congress.

Haley: Shouldn't second guess Kavanaugh accuser
After President Trump questioned the validity of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's accuser, US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley tells CNN's Jake Tapper that Christine Blasey Ford deserves to be heard.

Haley contradicts Giuliani on Iran
US ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley says the United States is not seeking regime change in Iran or anywhere else in the world, and vowed President Donald Trump will remain strong when dealing with Iran

Melania Trump's spokeswoman reprimanded for Hatch Act violation
Stephanie Grisham, communications director for first lady Melania Trump, was issued a warning letter from the Office of the Special Counsel for violating the Hatch Act in July when she tweeted in acknowledgment of her third-year anniversary working for Trump.

Apple's latest iPhones are the best yet. But do you need them?

Sony gets in on the retro console craze

SpaceX will take a Japanese billionaire on a trip around the Moon

ACLU says Facebook allows employers to post discriminatory ads

Instagram just made it a lot easier to shop

Outbreak proves why you shouldn't get water on your contact lenses
An ongoing outbreak of a rare eye infection has been discovered in contact lens wearers in the UK, a new study reveals.

Deaths on college and high school football fields
This fall, more than a million kids, teens and young men will line up on the hash marks for another season of football. Millions more will watch, either as rabid fans or, increasingly, as concerned parents and loved ones.

Keeping your brain fit, by a USA Memory Champion
How exactly does one keep their brain and memory strong and healthy? This was one of the driving questions I had when I began the quest to improve my memory and become a four-time USA Memory Champion.

4 diseases cause the majority of human deaths -- and most countries are failing to tackle them
More than half of all UN countries will fail to honor their commitment to reduce premature deaths from cancer, cardiovascular disease, chronic respiratory disease and diabetes by 2030, a new analysis predicts.

Mastering mealtime insulin: My story

Life led Dan Fogelman to "Life Itself"
When Dan Fogelman was writing his movie, "Life Itself," he was just years away from experiencing one of life's major twists.

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