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New Accusation Rocks Kavanaugh Nomination; Trump Stands Firm

New Accusation Rocks Kavanaugh Nomination; Trump Stands Firm

By Lisa Mascaro, Mary Clare Jalonick and Jonathan Lemire | Sep 24
Denouncing accusers for launching "smears," Brett Kavanaugh said he'll fight for Senate confirmation to the Supreme Court, even as Republicans try to prevent a second woman's assertion of a long-ago sexual assault from derailing his nomination.

Watch: Randy Rainbow Blasts Kavanaugh with Hilarious New Song

Watch: Randy Rainbow Blasts Kavanaugh with Hilarious New Song

Sep 24
Randy Rainbow is back at it again!

After Florence, What to Know About Your Insurance Coverage

After Florence, What to Know About Your Insurance Coverage

By Sarah Skidmore Sell | Sep 24
In the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, thousands of people in the Carolinas are still waiting to return to their homes. Those who have are assessing the damage.

How Women Who Retire with Their Husbands Often Lose Out

How Women Who Retire with Their Husbands Often Lose Out

By Liz Weston | Sep 24
Women who retire when their husbands do may be giving up more wealth than they realize.

Chicago Archbishop Removes Priest Who Burned Rainbow Banner

Chicago Archbishop Removes Priest Who Burned Rainbow Banner

Sep 24
The archbishop of Chicago has removed a priest as head of a North Side church after he burned a rainbow banner, angering the LGBT community.

Mix of Setbacks, Gains Unsettles Many Transgender Americans

Mix of Setbacks, Gains Unsettles Many Transgender Americans

By David Crary | Sep 24
For transgender Americans, 2018 has been marked by series of advancements and setbacks.

Court: Anti-Gay Preachers had Right to Protest Outside Pride

Court: Anti-Gay Preachers had Right to Protest Outside Pride

Sep 24
The U.S. Court of Appeals says the city of Nashville violated the First Amendment rights of anti-gay preachers at a 2015 LGBT pride festival.

Mormons to Stay Outdoors After Split with Boy Scouts

Mormons to Stay Outdoors After Split with Boy Scouts

By Brady McCombs | Sep 24
The Mormon church's new youth program, which will roll out in 2020 when it cuts all ties with Boy Scouts of America, will still include outdoor and adventure activities even as the initiative becomes more gospel-focused, the faith confirmed Friday.

UK Opens Long-Awaited Inquiry into Tainted Blood Scandal

UK Opens Long-Awaited Inquiry into Tainted Blood Scandal

Sep 24
A long-awaited inquiry has opened in Britain into how contaminated blood was used to treat thousands of people in the 1970s and '80s, killing at least 2,400.

Rivals for Georgia Governor Clash on 'Religious Freedom' Law

Rivals for Georgia Governor Clash on 'Religious Freedom' Law

By Russ Bynum | Sep 24
The rivals campaigning to become Georgia's next governor clashed over whether the state needs a law offering protection for citizens acting on religious belief.

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