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 •  As another woman confronts a Supreme Court nominee with sexual allegations, one thing has stayed the same
As the nation awaits the resolution of another woman confronting another Supreme Court nominee with sexual allegations from the past, another similarity has emerged: the credibility of the Senate vetting process may be shot.
 
 •  Grassley sets deadline to hear from Kavanaugh accuser
Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley has set 10 a.m. Friday as the deadline for Christine Blasey Ford's legal team to respond to his request for her to speak to the committee regarding her sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
 
 •  Anderson Cooper corrects Trump's claim: Not how it works
CNN's Anderson Cooper explains the back and forth between Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee and the woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Kavanaugh denies the allegations.
 
 •  Analysis: 3 ways Republicans' Kavanaugh stance is risky
It all happened very quickly.
 
 •  Friend of Kavanaugh's accuser speaks out
Samantha Guerry, a friend of Christine Blasey Ford, says she is not sure what Ford is going to do going forward, but praises her integrity and character.
 
 •  Opinion: Let's be honest about Democrats' objections
On Tuesday night, the attorney for Christine Blasey Ford, one day after offering to have her client testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee, pulled back the offer and made a demand --the FBI must investigate before her client will testify.
 
 •  Collins says 'it's not fair' for Kavanaugh accuser not to testify
A key Republican senator pushed back Wednesday on calls by Brett Kavanaugh's accuser to allow for an FBI investigation before a hearing next week, the latest indication that Republicans may be closing in on the votes to confirm President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee if Christine Blasey Ford declines to testify.
 
 •  Alibaba's Jack Ma: Trade war killed promise of 1M US jobs
 
 •  How the #MeToo movement reshaped a list of Hollywood's most powerful
 
 •  Walmart is where the trade war comes home
 
 •  Great white shark lair found in Pacific
Scientists tracked great white shark migration to a remote area of the Pacific Ocean they're calling the "White Shark Café."
 
 •  Jet Airways plane turns back after passengers suffer nose and ear bleeds
A Jet Airways flight from Mumbai to Jaipur was forced to turn back Thursday after around 30 passengers complained of nose and ear bleeds due to low pressure in the cabin.
 
 •  A student pilot allegedly hopped a fence and boarded a passenger jet near Orlando
A student pilot is in custody after he allegedly hopped a security fence early Thursday at Florida's Orlando Melbourne International Airport and boarded a passenger jet that was undergoing maintenance, an airport spokeswoman said.
 
 •  Man allegedly killed his parents and shot at ex-wife after getting divorce papers
A Pennsylvania man is on the run after he allegedly shot at his ex-wife after their divorce was finalized, then went to a retirement community and killed his parents, authorities said.
 
 •  6 more women emerge in surgeon sex case
Before Grant William Robicheaux was accused of rape, he charmed audiences on a reality TV dating show, lamenting how difficult it was for a busy surgeon like him to meet the right woman.
 
 •  Brutal attack latest in string of rape cases in India
A 7-year-old girl is in critical condition at a New Delhi hospital after undergoing surgery for injuries she suffered while being raped with a metal water pipe, officials said Wednesday.
 
 •  Donald Trump's failing grade on ethics
President Donald Trump loves to tout the fact that there has never been another president like him. When it comes to his ratings on ethics, he's right.
 
 •  Trump's lawyer claims NBC interview was edited
President Donald Trump's attorney Jay Sekulow claims without presenting proof that NBC edited the President's May 2017 interview in which he spoke about his decision to fire former FBI Director James Comey.
 
 •  Source: Administration officials complain to Trump about Sessions' handling of border
President Donald Trump's anger over Attorney General Jeff Sessions' job performance at the border is tied to complaints made by several senior administration officials, according to a White House official close to discussions on immigration policy.
 
 •  Remember her? She flipped off Trump, now she's doing more
Juli Briskman, who was fired from her job after flipping off President Trump's motorcade, is now running for a seat on the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors in Virginia.
 
 •  Michael Flynn's sentencing set for December
Former national security adviser Michael Flynn is set to be sentenced on December 18 for lying to FBI investigators, federal Judge Emmet Sullivan said Wednesday.
 
 •  South Korea: Further progress with North Korea will depend on the US
The North Korea ball is thoroughly back in Washington's court.
 
 •  Trump asks about golf course area after Florence flooding
While surveying the Carolinas' Florence devastation, President Trump discusses his Supreme Court nominee, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and Lake Norman, which is located on Trump's golf course.
 
 •  Bob Woodward's 'Fear' debuts at No. 1
 
 •  5 things you need to know today
We've got your weekend plans nailed: Saturday is National Museum Day. Download a special ticket, and you can get into nearly 1,500 museums across the US -- for free. Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door. (You can also get "5 Things You Need to Know Today" delivered to your inbox daily. Sign up here.)
 
 •  Jennifer Garner's epic school pickup look
Jennifer Garner posted a video on Instagram of her taking advice from Reese Witherspoon's new book, "Whiskey in a Teacup."
 
 •  25th Bond movie has a surprise new director
Cary Joji Fukunaga has been given a license to thrill. The director of the highly acclaimed first series of HBO's "True Detective" was revealed as the director of the next James Bond movie Thursday.
 
 •  Super Bowl show rumors stir controversy
It hasn't even been officially announced, but that hasn't stopped the "Misery" over Maroon 5 possibly headlining the Super Bowl LIII halftime show in music-rich Atlanta.
 
 •  Demi Lovato's mom opens up on overdose
Singer Demi Lovato's mom opened up about the first time she got a call that her daughter had overdosed.
 
 •  3D gun printing company owner accused of sexual assault
The creator of the world's first fully printed 3D gun has been charged with sexual assault on a child in Texas, the Austin Police Department said Wednesday.
 
 •  'America's Got Talent' crowns new winner
Card magician Shin Lim, 26, has been named as the winner of "America's Got Talent" season 13, walking away with a $1 million prize and his own show in Las Vegas.
 
 •  Airline misspells its own name on plane
Sometimes, a massive typo is right in front of your eyes and you can't see it.
 
 •  Ronaldo gets a straight red card
 
 •  Report: Browns ban sideline reporter 8 games
 
 •  Polarizing QB finally looks like a star
 
 •  An auction could settle battle for this broadcaster
 
 •  An unbelievable card has 0% interest until 2020
 
 •  Meet the Puerto Rican sisterhood reinventing the island's future
A year ago, Hurricane Maria tore into Puerto Rico, obliterating power grids, decimating farms, flattening homes and wrecking the local economy.
 
 •  A year later, even the slightest breeze can strike fear
 
 •  This is Puerto Rico's 'Maria Generation'
Her son cried out for help via text message on the morning of October 17, a month after Hurricane Maria wrecked this Caribbean island.
 
 •  Kids suffer from depression and PTSD
Their lives got ripped apart in Hurricane Maria. Depression, suicide and PTSD now plague these kids. CNN's John D. Sutter reports from Puerto Rico.
 
 •  Opinion: This Hispanic Heritage Month feels different
On Monday, President Donald Trump hosted a Hispanic Heritage Month celebration at the White House and declared, "Hispanic Americans are not only living the American dream, but their incredible efforts are unlocking the American dream for citizens across our land." He added that Hispanics "inspire our entire nation."
 
 •  The first heartbreaking step for hurricane survivors: Gut their storm-damaged house
It's not just a house. It's the place a toddler took his first wobbly steps and where a teenager, under the porch light, had her first kiss. It's where birthday candles were blown out and countless hours spent planning for the future.
 
 •  Two mental health patients drown in a police van
Two South Carolina inmates drowned in a prison transport van when floodwater from the aftermath of Hurricane Florence overtook the vehicle, according to the Horry County Sheriff's Office.
 
 •  The Carolinas brace for even more flooding
Water appears to have receded in some areas of the Carolinas, but more flooding from Hurricane Florence could arrive through the weekend, officials say.
 
 •  Twitter stunned by islands of ants
Storm forces ants to form small islands in order to survive. CNN's Jeanne Moos shows how ants man their own life rafts.
 
 •  United and JetBlue did it. Now it's Delta's turn.
 
 •  Kicked out of assisted living: What you can do
The phone call came as a shock. Your aunt can't transfer into memory care; we have to discharge her from this facility, a nurse told Jeff Regan. You have 30 days to move her out.
 
 •  Can design solve the world's plastic problem?
Innovative designers are raising compelling questions about the complicated relationship between plastic and design today.
 
 •  Critics shamed man in viral video, then they learned this
A video of a passenger shaving on a train went viral and many shamed the man on social media. The Associated Press tracked down the man in the video and reported on his life story.
 
 •  6 things to know before the opening bell
 
 •  3 ways to recover from a late start on retirement planning
 
 •  How to invest in real estate without buying a home
 
 •  Ugly double standard in Kavanaugh case
Make no mistake -- professor Christine Blasey Ford's allegations of sexual assault against Judge Brett Kavanaugh must be taken very seriously.
 
 •  Texas' twisted excuse for removing Helen Keller
 
 •  Begala: Hypocrisy, thy name is GOP
Washington Republicans - the people who made Judge Merrick Garland wait for a year without so much as a hearing on his nomination to the Supreme Court - are now concerned about having a speedy vote for a court vacancy.
 
 •  In Myanmar, imprisonment, torture and rape
Today, the investigation led by the UN Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on Myanmar presented its findings to the Human Rights Council.
 
 •  Trouble with Woody Allen 'puff piece'
Soon-Yi Previn has something to say, which more or less amounts to: I am an autonomous human being who had a terrible mother, and now I live happily with my husband, who is also my mother's ex, and who, contrary to what my sister (his daughter) says, definitely did not molest her.
 
 •  Why world is watching Kavanaugh drama
 
 •  Coming home after Florence, this is what I found
 
 •  Forget your 401k if you own a home (Do This)
 
 •  $133+: Hiltons of Philly sale, free parking & extras
 
 •  9 cards charging 0% interest until 2020
 
 •  McCaskill to vote no on Kavanaugh, cites dark money concerns
Missouri Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill said Wednesday she is voting no on Judge Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court, citing concerns over his stance on anonymous political contributions.
 
 •  Sec. Mike Pompeo cracks down on bad grammar
In the last few months, two emails have gone out from Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's top staff to employees throughout the State Department giving careful, meticulous instructions on comma usage.
 
 •  Mark Judge, Kavanaugh's high school classmate, details high school parties in past writings
President Donald Trump's nominee for the Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh, is being accused of sexually and physically assaulting a 15-year-old girl at a party during his high school years.
 
 •  These senators could make or break Kavanaugh's nomination
The future of Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination is in question after a woman went public over the weekend with accusations that the 53-year-old federal judge physically and sexually assaulted her when the two were in high school.
 
 •  iPhone XS and XS Max review: Apple's latest are the best yet. But do you need them?
 
 •  Sony gets in on the retro console craze with PlayStation Classic
 
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