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CBSNews: Politics

Kavanaugh accusation stirs memories of Anita Hill's testimony

Sexual misconduct accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh are conjuring memories of another bombshell 27 years ago, when Anita Hill testified that Clarence Thomas subjected her to

Kavanaugh accusations stir up memories of Anita Hill's testimony

In 1991, Anita Hill testified that then-Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas subjected her to sexual harassment

Trump says he hopes Christine Blasey Ford, Kavanaugh's accuser, comes forward

A highly anticipated Capitol Hill showdown between Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser is in doubt. Christine Blasey Ford says Kavanaugh assaulted her when they were teenagers, but

Trump administration outlines new biodefense approach

The president signed a memo Tuesday directing a new biodefense strategy

Christine Blasey Ford's defenders say Republicans are "smearing" her

Ford has alleged that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when they were both teenagers

Trump orders some documents from FBI Russia probe declassified

President Trump ordered the declassification of a batch of documents from the early days of the FBI's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. CBS News Washington correspondent

Brett Kavanaugh confirmation battle emerges as key election issue

"They understand the politics of ramming the guy through and that silencing this woman would blemish the whole thing"

Senate passes bill to avert upcoming shutdown

The House has yet to vote on the bill, which provided funding for the military and several civilian agencies

New poll shows Beto O'Rourke down nine points

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz has the support of 54 percent of likely voters, while Democratic opponent Beto O'Rourke has 45 percent

How Brett Kavanaugh's supporters are reacting to the allegations against him

Kavanaugh and the woman who has accused him of sexual misconduct are expected to testify before a Senate panel Monday

Lawmakers react to Trump's order to declassify documents related to Russia probe

Republican supporters hailed the president's act of "transparency" while Democrats called out the move as an "abuse of power"

Ted Cruz campaign sends controversial mailers

A photograph of the mailer was tweeted by a Texas resident who said that his grandmother received the letter

Trump says he feels "terribly" for Kavanaugh

The two presidents are taking questions President Trump's Supreme Court pick faces an uphill battle

Fact check: Is Trump right that China is paying billions in tariffs?

President Trump says China is paying "billions," but importers pay the tax -- and pass the costs to U.S. consumers

China retaliates with $60 billion in additional tariffs

The announcement comes after President Trump announced he will impose tariffs on $200 billion more Chinese goods

"Mr. Trump's Wild Ride": Major Garrett talks new book, SCOTUS drama

In his new book, Garrett likens covering the day-to-day of the Trump White House to what he imagines it would be like to see Cirque du Soleil on acid

Sen. Kamala Harris says Brett Kavanaugh accuser has "nothing to gain"

Top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee is currently in the throes of the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation process

Sen. Kamala Harris says she believes Kavanaugh accuser: "She has nothing to gain"

Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris, member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, joins "CBS This Morning" from Capitol Hill to discuss Monday's highly anticipated hearing with Supreme Court nominee Brett

Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser to testify on sexual assault allegations

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who claims Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her in high school, will both testify at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on

Georgia judge rules in favor of using electronic ballots

The judge found that scrapping its electronic voting machines in favor of paper ballots for the midterm elections was too risky