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Ex-Google scientist raises Project Dragonfly concerns in Senate letter

In a letter to the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, former Google research scientist Jack Poulson details why he stepped down from the company in late-August. The note, sent..

The Latest: Amazon exec warns of Calif. privacy approach

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on congressional hearing on privacy (all times local): 11:05 a.m. Amazon is warning Congress to avoid California's model as federal lawmakers work on crafting a new..

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Former Google Scientist Urges Senate To Investigate Project Dragonfly [Video]Former Google Scientist Urges Senate To Investigate Project Dragonfly

According to Gizmodo, a Scientist Who Quit Google in Protest is Urging the Senate to Investigate Project Dragonfly The existence of Google’s censored Chinese-market search product, dubbed Project..

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"Witches and Wine" Event Benefiting Down Syndrome camp

"Witches and Wine" Event Benefiting Down Syndrome camp

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House to Vote on Short-Term Spending Bill [Video]House to Vote on Short-Term Spending Bill

The government shutdown deadline is Sept. 30.

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Some Democrats Are Unhappy With How He Is Bringing In New Kavanaugh Accuser [Video]Some Democrats Are Unhappy With How He Is Bringing In New Kavanaugh Accuser

Attorney Michael Avenatti says he has “credible information” about Brett Kavanaugh. According to Business Insider, it will show how Kavanaugh participated in sexual misconduct. Yet Democrats are..

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CNN's Don Lemon To Ted Cruz After Harassment: 'This Is What He Signed Up For' [Video]CNN's Don Lemon To Ted Cruz After Harassment: 'This Is What He Signed Up For'

CNN Host Don Lemon zeroing in on the harassment of Senator Ted Cruz and his wife at a Washington DC restaurant. Veuer's Nick Cardona has that story.

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Amazon Slams California Privacy Law [Video]Amazon Slams California Privacy Law

Amazon is no big fan of the EU approach to privacy protection, or California's new privacy law. The company made that clear in testimony for a Senate Commerce Committee hearing Wednesday. Amazon VP and..

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Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford offers Senate four people she told about assault claims

In documents sent to the Senate Judiciary Committee and obtained by USA TODAY, Ford’s attorneys present signed declarations from Ford’s husband, Russell, and three friends who support the..

Ford's lawyers submit 4 affidavits backing up assault story

Christine Blasey Ford's lawyers said Wednesday they have given the Senate sworn affidavits from four people who say she told...
Deseret News

Lawyer identifies Kavanaugh accuser, submits documents to Senate

The lawyer for another woman who is accusing President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, of sexual misconduct said on Wednesday he had submitted her sworn statement to the Senate..

Kane Russell Coleman Logan Welcomes New Litigation Associate to Dallas Office

Andrew “Drew” Robertson joins the Dallas office of Kane Russell Coleman Logan as a litigation associate. Previously, he clerked for Senior United States District Judge Sam R. Cummings in the..

The latest on Brett Kavanaugh: Another woman comes forward — live updates

Another claim about the Supreme Court nominee's conduct comes less than 24 hours before a Senate hearing
CBS News

Trump voices frustration over Senate delays for Kavanaugh

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump expressed frustration Wednesday with Senate Republicans over the delays with Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination, saying “they could have..
Seattle Times

The Latest: Chairman says bipartisan desire for privacy law

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on congressional hearing on privacy (all times local): 10:45 a.m. A Senate panel is considering ways to govern how companies can use consumer data for targeting ads and..
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House To Vote On Short-Term Spending Bill

house to vote on short-term spending bill
Watch VideoThe House is scheduled to vote Wednesday on a short-spending plan aimed at keeping the government funded for another couple of months.  The Senate overwhelmingly passed the $854..

Mississippi candidate seeks foothold in 2nd US Senate race

GREENWOOD, Miss. (AP) — Tea party favorite Chris McDaniel nearly dethroned a Mississippi political icon four years ago, never conceding his Republican primary loss to longtime U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran..
Seattle Times

Attorney: Kavanaugh's Second Accuser Wants FBI Probe, Would Testify

Deborah Ramirez, the woman who alleges Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh exposed himself to her, is willing to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Mexico Sen. caught in racy chat on Senate floor apologizes

MEXICO CITY (AP) — A Mexican senator has apologized after being caught by a photographer in a racy cellphone chat during a Senate session.A photo taken over his shoulder shows Sen. Ismael Garcia..
New Zealand Herald

Blasey Ford Sends Senate Sworn Letter Of Four People She Told Her Allegations, But None Were At The Party

The four letters are from her husband and three family friends
Daily Caller

Apple fully endorses federal privacy legislation, Bud Tribble tells US Senate hearing

We heard earlier this month that Apple VP Guy ‘Bud’ Tribble would be testifying at a Senate hearing into the possibility of federal privacy legislation – and, as expected, he has told the Senate..

White House Spokesman: Democrats Politicized Kavanaugh Hearings 'From The Very Start'

The White House is working with Senate Republicans to move Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination forward. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to White House spokesman Raj Shah about the process.

Tennessee Senate candidate vows he won't support Chuck Schumer for leadership position if elected

Tennessee Senate candidate Phil Bredesen promised voters he would not vote for Chuck Schumer as majority leader if he’s elected and Democrats take control of the Senate.

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