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Volunteers bolt Bredesen over Kavanaugh support

Phil Bredesen, a former two-term governor, is fighting to win support from moderate and conservative swing voters in his quest to carry deep-red Tennessee. | Jason Kempin/Getty Images Tennessee Democrat Phil Bredesen is facing backlash from some of the staunchest supporters of his Senate campaign after coming out in support of Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court. Campaign volunteers ...

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New car features, and the ones they’re making extinct

Automakers are continually making changes in vehicles. These can be technological breakthroughs, such as the automatic emergency braking systems that are increasingly becoming standard on new cars. Some are mandated changes, such as a federal requirement that all vehicles have backup cameras, which went into effect in May. At times, the shifts reflect consumer electronic trends. Cassette players in cars ...

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Nikki Haley to resign as Trump’s U.N. ambassador

Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley has been a forceful presence at the U.N., and recently oversaw the U.S. withdrawal from the U.N. Human Rights Council. | Don Emmert/AFP/Getty Images Nikki Haley is resigning as the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, jolting the foreign policy world and President Donald Trump’s team just weeks before the midterm elections. Haley, one ...

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Oregon teen suing McDonald’s after allegedly sustaining serious burns from scalding hot cup of water

A McDonald’s restaurant is getting sued by a teen for a 2017 incident. (iStock) A McDonald’s in Multnomah County, Ore., is being sued for $1.56 million by a 14-year-old girl who claims she suffered serious burns on her abdomen and lower body by a scalding cup of hot water allegedly served and spilled on her by a restaurant employee. MCDONALD’S ...

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Kavanaugh’s first vote could be in Trump executive power fight

Justice Brett Kavanaugh is expected to take the bench for the first time at the Supreme Court on Tuesday as the justices hear arguments in three criminal cases. | Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s first vote as a member of the Supreme Court could come as soon as Tuesday or Wednesday on a Trump administration request testing how much ...

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