It's been a whirlwind week of news at home and abroad. A devastating shooting in Texas, a reshuffling of power in the Middle East, and a telling series of elections nationwide each made headlines this week.
President Donald Trump issued an order making it easier for the U.S. to launch cyber attacks, highlighting the potential for a counter-attack if a foreign government is found to try to meddle in congressional elections in November.
Friday’s news: Kavanaugh’s accuser negotiates with the Senate Judiciary Committee on a potential testimony hearing. Plus, President Trump prepares for the upcoming midterm elections and U.N. meeting. Also, Trump’s former attorney, Michael Cohen, cooperates with Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
President Trump called the Senate spending bill “ridiculous” on Thursday, demanding that Republicans do more to ensure greater funding for border security, particularly for his proposed border wall with Mexico.
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