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What do the Kansas and Georgia elections tell us about 2018?

The race pits one young, Democratic favorite - Jon Ossoff - against a number of viable Republican candidates, one of whom has a background in the GOP establishment, and another of whom seems to have captured the support of voters more in the Trump mold.



McDonald's Drive-Thru Employee Helped Stop Facebook Killer

Steve Stephens , the man wanted for killing a 74-year-old man and uploading the video to Facebook Easter Sunday, has been found dead inside a auto in Erie, Pennsylvania. Before placing his order, Ducharme said, Stephens had asked another employee who was on break behind the building for directions to the interstate.



Gorsuch confirmed for Supreme Court

President Donald Trump nominated Gorsuch in late January, roughly a week and a half into his term. Voting largely along party lines-save for three Democrats-the 54-45 vote capped weeks of fierce debate, culminating in a historic rule change that could further deepen the partisan rancor in the Senate.


Marilyn Ross: Accept that North Korea now has nuclear weapons

Marilyn Ross: Accept that North Korea now has nuclear weapons

The consensus including China is "that this problem is coming to a head". Two days after his return to Beijing, North Korea launched the rocket, widely viewed as a ballistic missile test in disguise, further ratcheting up tensions on the Korean peninsula.


Neil Gorsuch Asks His First Questions as Newest Supreme Court Justice

Neil Gorsuch Asks His First Questions as Newest Supreme Court Justice

And Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer, Sotomayor and Kagan all took their oaths in August, so they had about two months to prep for their first oral arguments. Yesterday also marked Justice Neil Gorsuch's debut on the Supreme Court bench. After Chief Justice John Roberts delivered a short welcome to Gorsuch, the court got down to business.


Trump calls on Georgia to reject 'disaster' Democrat in House race

Trump calls on Georgia to reject 'disaster' Democrat in House race

He's also tweeted multiple times, saying Ossoff is a " super liberal Democrat " who would be a "disaster for Congress". "It's a test case for how far a Democratic candidate can go in a Republican district on the strength of opposition to Trump", said Todd Rehm, a Georgia Republican strategist who is not affiliated with any candidate in the race.