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Erica R. Hendry is the managing editor for digital at PBS NewsHour.
Washington state just eliminated the death penalty, Hungary bans sleeping in public areas and other stories we're reading now.
More than half of Detroit schools have shut off drinking water over concerns about lead and copper, a string of high-profile killings of women in Iraq and other stories we're reading this week.
Senators are expected to vote on Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court starting at 5 p.m. ET Saturday.
Ford's lawyers say it is "inconceivable" that the FBI could conclude its investigation without interviewing either her, Kavanaugh or all of the other witnesses whose names she has provided.
"It was a very unremarkable party ... because nothing remarkable happened to them that evening," Ford said.
President Donald Trump declined to directly answer Wednesday whether he would fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein during a planned meeting Thursday. “I would certainly prefer not doing that,” Trump said during a news conference in New York. “My preference…
A new allegation against Brett Kavanaugh and a call from Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee to suspend his nomination have raised questions on both sides of the aisle about what path to take forward.
President Donald Trump is expected to speak at 10:15 a.m. ET Tuesday. Watch live here.
The lack of pain diagnoses attached to opioid prescriptions, the alarming new numbers on suicide attempts among trans youth, and other stories we're reading this week.
The event is expected to begin at 5 p.m. ET Monday. Watch live here.
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