The Times also reported Sunday that a Yale University classmate of Kavanaugh has accused him of a "blatant mischaracterization" of his drinking, which the judge downplayed in the Senate hearing. P.J. Smyth, identified by Ford as being at the gathering of teenagers where the alleged assault occurred, was interviewed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and again denied knowledge of the gathering or of improper conduct by his friend Kavanaugh, Smyth's lawyers said.
Joining in that chorus was Ontario Premier Doug Ford, who called on Ottawa to compensate dairy farmers who were "thrown under the bus" by the federal government in the new three-country trade agreement. "It removes that uncertainty that was hanging over the sector, in terms of our access to this North American market, in terms of the rules related to our integrated North American supply chain".
According to the police report from the incident, Kavanaugh instigated the altercation by throwing ice at another man "for some unknown reason"; the New York Times states that Kavanaugh and his friends - which included future National Basketball Association player Chris Dudley - were trying to determine whether the man was UB40 singer Ali Campbell .
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi ordered Iraq's intelligence agencies and the Interior Ministry to investigate her killing . Fares lived in Erbil, the capital of the northern Iraqi region of Kurdistan, but had been moving back and forth to Baghdad .
Over 844 people have been confirmed dead after a tsunami triggered by a magnitude 7.5 natural disaster slammed into Indonesia's coastline on the island of Sulawesi, causing thousands of homes to collapse, along with hospitals, hotels and shopping centers.
Netanyahu said he began to be ed by Iranians who were speaking out against the government and embracing Israel. "No arts & craft show will ever obfuscate that Israel is only regime in our region with a *secretundeclared* nuclear weapons program - including an *actual atomic arsenal*", Zarif tweeted.
Mr. Trump praised Judge Kavanaugh's testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday, while making no mention of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford , the woman who has accused Judge Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her when they were teenagers.
The stunning reversal capped two weeks of allegations, followed by furious denials, that roiled prospects for Trump's nominee, a conservative federal appeals court judge once expected to easily become the second Trump nominee to win a lifetime appointment to the top USA court.
He then quickly turned his attention to the Democratic Party. But, he argues Congress can put rewrite those protections to ensure everyone gets the health care they want. Morrisey said sky-rocketing costs are symptoms of too much regulation and too little competition among insurers. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., balked at voting for confirmation without the investigation.
Ratifying the deal is likely to stretch into 2019 because once Trump and the leaders from Canada and Mexico sign the agreement , the administration and congressional leaders will need to write legislation to implement the deal and win passage in Congress.
Panmunjom is also where the armistice that suspended the Korean War was signed, and where Kim and Moon met in person for the first time in April a year ago. relations and peace" on the Korean peninsula "to which the U.S. was also committed,", referring to North Korea by its official name, Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
Ford, a California university professor, detailed for the Senate Judiciary Committee her claims that Kavanaugh tried to rape her at a party in 1982 when the two were still high school teenagers. The White House did not have any immediate reaction on behalf of itself or Kavanaugh but directed CNN to comments made by Chris Dudley, a friend of Kavanaugh's and a former National Basketball Association player.
On Sept. 27, the USA president told a female reporter to "go sit down" when she tried to ask him a question after fellow male colleagues called on Trump to take questions from female reporters too. After the awkward exchange, Vega began to ask the president whether it was fair to contend he has limited the scope of the FBI investigation into sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh .
The deal, announced on September 30, is a reworking of the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement, which underpins $1.2 trillion in trade between the three countries. "It's a privilege for the European Union". "This is a situation where President Trump took away some of the concessions that were granted under the original NAFTA ", she said.
When asked about Judge Kavanaugh's drinking habits during a news conference on Monday, Mr Trump said he thought his answers during the hearing were "excellent". Of course, a Senate confirmation hearing is not a criminal trial, which Mitchell acknowledged. The account, the details of which have been contested by those Ford says were at the party, has been held up by Democrats as credible.
At Safe Horizon across NYC, the number of calls about sexual assault were up by 150 percent. Kavanaugh, a Supreme Court nominee, has denied the allegations. The hotline is confidential and connects callers to trained staff members for groups that support sexual assault victims in their area. Sharon Daugherty, the sexual assault outreach coordinator at Palm Beach County Victim Services in Florida, said 17 women had come in to undergo examinations for attacks in the past 10 days, far more ...
In announcing the launch, Iranian state media said the missiles targeted both " takfiri " militants - a term it often applies to the Islamic State group - and Ahvazi separatists. The United States condemned the incident and issued support for the Iranian people "against the scourge of radical terrorism". The Revolutionary Guard said the missiles travelled some 350 miles from Iran's Kermanshah province to their targets in Syria.
The country's vice president said the death toll is expected to rise into the thousands as rescue operations continue. "There are estimated to be many victims in this area". Indonesia is majority Muslim, and religious custom calls for burials soon after death, typically within one day. "I know there are many problems that need to be solved in a short time, including communications", he said.
But Trump did fire back at several specific Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee who aggressively questioned Kavanaugh over the allegations, which the nominee denies. Also excluded from the list were high school classmates who could testify that Kavanaugh was a frequent, heavy drinker in high school, contrary to his testimony in front of the committee, sources said.
The White House insisted it was not "micromanaging" the new one-week review of Kavanaugh's background but some Democratic lawmakers claimed the White House was keeping investigators from interviewing certain witnesses. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., Sen. His testimony followed that Ford's. Chris Coons on Friday when they left a meeting on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's nomination together, just before the Senate Judiciary Committee was set to vote.
Our funding will assist the most vulnerable and help provide essential supplies, such as food, shelter, water and sanitation and medical supplies", Christos Stylianides, EU commissioner for humanitarian aid and crisis management, said in the statement.
HUMAN Rights lawyer Amal Clooney , who is representing two journalists from Reuters news agency sentenced to hard labour after they uncovered a military massacre, has urged Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi to immediately pardon the reporters and reverse a miscarriage of justice.
Katz and the legal team", the GOP senator said during a Sunday interview with This Week on ABC News. There's no evidence Feinstein leaked the allegation and she has said she did not. Graham said he was sorry for what happened to Swirling and that she needed to go to the authorities. "Ford's trust?" he continued. Lindsey Graham has dedicated himself to finding who he believes are the real villains uncovered during the Brett Kavanaugh hearings - the Democrats.
One Brexiteer MP who wants a new leader told Agence France-Presse the crunch time would come when the House of Commons votes on the final Brexit deal, possibly in November or December. "Clearly there has been a hit to the economy through the uncertainty the Brexit process has caused". 'Many businesses are sitting on their hands, frankly, waiting to see what the outturn of this negotiation is before confirming their investment plans, and of course that has an impact on the British economy'.
However, only a third of the 1.8 million-strong electorate voted. Although not legally binding, enough members of parliament have said they will abide by the vote's outcome to make it decisive. The flop will also give ammunition to nationalists in Macedonia and Greece to say the name accord has no popular mandate. Greece, whose northern region is also called Macedonia, sees the country's name as a political and territorial threat.
And then comes the most serious of the claims against Kavanaugh: "I also witnessed efforts by Mark Judge , Brett Kavanaugh and others to cause girls to become inebriated and disoriented so they could be "gang raped" in a side room or bedroom by a "train" of numerous boys".
Separately, the Senate Judiciary Committee made public late on Sunday a previously unreleased interview with Kavanaugh from September 26, before a public hearing with Ford, in which he denied all the allegations against him and committee Democrats declined to ask questions, saying they felt the FBI should investigate the allegations.
Kavanaugh's passionate defence came after a university professor, Christine Blasey Ford, told the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday that he sexually assaulted her 36 years ago. Another woman, Deborah Ramirez told the New Yorker on Sunday that Kavanaugh thrust his penis in her face while they were both drunk at a party in the early 1980s during their freshman year at Yale.
An Indonesian official says the quake and tsunami that hit central Sulawesi left many victims, as rescuers raced to the region. He said communications with the area in central Sulawesi were down and the search-and-rescue effort was being hampered by darkness.
The powerful quake and tsunami that hit Indonesia's central Sulawesi has claimed dozens of victims, a disaster official said Saturday, as rescuers raced to reach the region and an AP reporter saw numerous bodies in a hard-hit city. Many did not return to their homes as night fell and slept in makeshift shelters, terrified that powerful aftershocks could topple damaged homes. Spokesman of the Information and Communication Ministry Ferdinandus Setu said on Saturday that Palu's airport has ...