Senator McConnell takes first step towards Kavanaugh vote

Senator McConnell takes first step towards Kavanaugh vote How far is Chad pergram from Capitol Hill, where the action is tonight? The majority leader Mitch McConnell, took that first step. He went to the floor to move for this confirmation vote. So what kind of timeline look like process he’s repeatedly said? He wants to […]

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Hannity on the politics of the Kavanaugh confirmation battle

Hannity on the politics of the Kavanaugh confirmation battle Information battle, taking us to a new political low on the other side of the AL Senator say the president’s remarks about blase for last night or appalling and acceptable, and just plain wrong: the administration now fighting back now as soon as on Cavanaugh completed […]

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‘Jewel of Roman Empire’ faces Libya dangers

‘Jewel of Roman Empire’ faces Libya dangers Elizabeth defensive Perched on the edge of Libya’s Mediterranean coast, the ancient city of Sabratha remains an awe inspiring spectacle, the pink columns of its amphitheatre towering above turquoise waters, but the world heritage site is classed as “endangered” by UNESCO, its majestic structures pockmarked by mortar and […]

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Divisive Polish film skewers Catholic clergy

Divisive Polish film skewers Catholic clergy Treasure number to recover division. Just gold stream is the bridge The Polish film “Kler” (The Clergy) arouses passionate debates in the deeply religious country, winning awards but also triggering calls for it to be banned. Its release comes as the Catholic Church faces a crisis in several countries […]

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From Weinstein to Kavanaugh: One year of #MeToo

From Weinstein to Kavanaugh: One year of #MeToo Call bicycle resurface: a very important works tonight. Bombshell sexual assault claims against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein a year ago sparked the #MeToo movement that unleashed an outpouring of similar charges across the globe. Now the movement has reached the top echelons of the US judiciary as […]

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