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Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley met with President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh July 12. (Photo by Office of Senator Chuck Grassley)

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Voting starts for Kavanaugh confirmation

Senators are seated at their desks for the historic vote. If it succeeds, Kavanaugh will soon join the court as an associate justice.

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White House gives FBI freer rein in Kavanaugh investigation

The new guidance, described to The Associated Press by a person familiar with it, was issued to the FBI over the weekend in response to Democratic and news media pushback that the scope of the probe was too narrow.

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Quiet start to Supreme Court term amid tumult over Kavanaugh

Americans watched Thursday's high court nomination hearing of Judge Brett Kavanaugh with rapt attention. The televised spectacle was filled with disturbing allegations of sexual assault and Kavanaugh's angry, emotional denial.

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Senators grapple with accusation against Kavanaugh, denial

Christine Blasey Ford's accusation of sexual assault — and Kavanaugh's staunch denial — has ignited a tense, gender-infused war among the Senate's 100 members, 23 of whom are women.

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Senate concludes Kavanaugh hearing; confirmation likely

Senators on the Judiciary Committee are likely to vote on Kavanaugh's confirmation on Sept. 20 with a vote by the full Senate the following week.

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Rancorous, partisan start for Kavanaugh high court hearing

The week of hearings on Kavanaugh's nomination began with a sense of inevitability that the 53-year-old appellate judge eventually will be confirmed

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Senators spar on access to Kavanaugh's staff secretary work

The debate could interfere with Republicans' goal of swiftly confirming President Donald Trump's pick for the court

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High court nominee gets started answering questions

Judge Brett Kavanaugh responded to a Senate Judiciary Committee questionnaire that probes his career as an attorney and jurist, his service in the executive branch, education, society memberships and more.