How Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation could affect Roe v. Wade
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How Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation could affect Roe v. Wade

President Donald Trump nominated Kavanaugh to succeed retiring Supreme Court Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy. And Democrats on Capitol Hill have vowed to do everything they can to delay…

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Juan Williams: Kavanaugh Pick ‘May Be Part of a Trump Defense Strategy’
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Juan Williams: Kavanaugh Pick ‘May Be Part of a Trump Defense Strategy’

Democrats are likely to confront Kavanaugh with those words when he sits for his confirmation hearing. They warn that Kavanaugh could be part of majority decisions rolling back…

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Judge Kavanaugh and the Supreme Court’s Second Amendment
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Judge Kavanaugh and the Supreme Court’s Second Amendment

Even though Yale Law School published a press release touting the accomplishments of Brett Kavanaugh, its alumnus and President Donald Trump’s new Supreme Court nominee, not everyone at…

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Democrats’ total war against Kavanaugh proves they hate the Constitution
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Democrats’ total war against Kavanaugh proves they hate the Constitution

Troy Covington, counsel at the Bloom Parham firm in Atlanta and a legal expert with experience in Supreme Court issues, spoke to Business Insider on Tuesday about what…

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“Microsoft Surface Go Windows 10 Tablet with 10” Display Launched for $399
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“Microsoft Surface Go Windows 10 Tablet with 10” Display Launched for $399

The Surface Go has a 10-inch 3:2 (1800 x 1200) PixelDensity multi-touch display, surrounded by thick bezels. “Well, that took less long than expected, it seems Microsoft quickly…

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No SA casualties reported among 48 dead in flooding in Japan – Dirco
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No SA casualties reported among 48 dead in flooding in Japan – Dirco

Hundreds of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes, and those unable to leave took shelter on rooftops as the streets filled with water. Power was…

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Starr reacts to Kavanaugh nomination
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Starr reacts to Kavanaugh nomination

“Democratic votes are more symbolic than necessary”. They believe that Special Counsel Robert Mueller may try to make the president testify in his investigation of the Trump campaign’s…

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MacOS Mojave brings dark mode, better privacy, and more iOS ideas
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MacOS Mojave brings dark mode, better privacy, and more iOS ideas

The new version of the operating system is called macOS 10.14 Mojave. The macOS Mojave can make everything dark with white text-in line with most modern day apps…

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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Leaked Render Reveals Galaxy Note 8 like Design
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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Leaked Render Reveals Galaxy Note 8 like Design

Every year, Samsung launches two high-end smartphones in two different Quarters of the year. Since the date of the official launch was not yet revealed, we will have…

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How Apple plans to help you spend less time on your phone
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How Apple plans to help you spend less time on your phone

Apple held its annual Worldwide Developers’ Conference on Monday in San Jose, California, unveiling new updates to its operating system, customizable Animoji, new fitness features and more. A…

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