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Getty ImagesChip Somodevilla When the Senate Judiciary Committee voted to move Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination forward, there was one caveat. Republican Senator Jeff Flake said he would not vote for Kavanaugh on the Senate floor unless there was a limited FBI investigation into sexual assault allegations against Kavanaugh. Now, less than a week since
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Getty ImagesCaroline McCredie Today in “Things Only Rihanna Can Make Look Good,” the singer wore a silver snakeskin mini dress and matching bucket hat to celebrate the anniversary of Fenty Beauty in Sydney. It is a look, and RiRi worked it: Getty ImagesCaroline McCredie Getty ImagesCaroline McCredie Advertisement – Continue Reading Below In addition to
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Getty ImagesSamir Hussein Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, are visiting their namesake, Sussex, today for the first time. The two’s full day started earlier when they went and viewed a rare copy of the American Declaration of Independence at Edes House in Chichester. The couple viewed a rare copy
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Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh participated in a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Thursday where he answered—and avoided—questions about sexual assault allegations, drank a lot of water, and was generally angry, combative, and upset. And throughout his hours under oath, it seems Kavanaugh might have also bent the truth a few times. Here, a guide
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Getty ImagesGlyn Kirk – PA Images During Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s secret Amsterdam trip last weekend, the two celebrated the opening of Soho House’s new location with several celebrities, among them a rumored ex of Prince Harry’s, actress Jenna Coleman. And apparently, Vanity Fair‘s royal correspondent Katie Nicholl is reporting, Harry had an awkward
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Getty ImagesPhilip Cheung “More spice, less literature,” renowned critic Henry Gauthier-Villars tells his new wife Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette, as he reviews her words—which he will go on to claim as his own. Keira Knightley plays the titular role of the quick-witted country girl destined to become a French literary luminary, who is launched into the twentieth-century
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Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s opening statement in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing testimony, relating to a sexual assault he allegedly committed, clocked in at a flabbergasting 45 minutes. During his time, Kavanaugh vacillated wildly between excoriating the senators in front of whom he sat, welling up with emotion, pausing to compose himself, drinking water,
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Dr. Christine Ford has now sat before the Senate Judiciary Committee—and viewers watching across the country—to testify about her sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. The high-stakes hearing has been emotional, as Ford has been peppered with questions about the assault, which happened when she was a teenager. Advertisement – Continue Reading
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During Thursday’s hearing, in which Dr. Christine Blasey Ford has been testifying about sexual assault allegations she made against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, each member of the Senate Judiciary Committee has five minutes to make a statement and question Dr. Ford. Sen. Richard Blumenthal used his time to commend Ford for her courage and
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Ahead of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony on Thursday and the Senate Judiciary Committee’s vote to recommend Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court on Friday morning, President Donald Trump held a press conference Wednesday in New York City. There, he assured the media that the three sexual assault accusations against Kavanaugh are a “big,