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Embattled Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh takes center stage again this week, facing a new accusation of sexual misconduct, this time while at Yale. A Senate hearing is set for Thursday in which Kavanaugh and a California professor who alleged he assaulted her in high school will testify.  

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Conflicting reports about Rod Rosenstein's remarks regarding President Donald Trump led to conflicting reports about whether the deputy attorney general was out of a job. They also renewed concern that a replacement would kill the Russia collusion probe.

Rosenstein is to meet with Trump this week, the same day as Kavanaugh's hearing. The judge said he won’t withdraw his nomination and called the allegations against him "smears." Prepare for some historic split-screen coverage.

How do you win a $360 billion game of chicken with the global economy hanging in the balance? America and China may find out as the trade war escalates.

Credit scores for U.S. consumers hit a record high, but so has household debt, which hasn't been this high since the third quarter of 2008. Yes, that quarter

America’s unions have been under siege by corporate lobbies, the Supreme Court and the White House. Now, opponents of organized labor have opened a new front.

Technology giants are spending big, $80 billion big, to keep ahead of each other and everyone else, Bloomberg Businessweek reports.

What’s Joe Weisenthal thinking about? He's comparing cryptocurrency to the dotcom bubble, and warning investors that there can be some pretty big rallies on the way to the basement.

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France, Spain, Italy and the United Kingdom may be among the world’s most frequented vacation hubs, but there are less well-known destinations which are growing in popularity. Here are some new places to go

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