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Brett Kavanaugh poised for confirmation as final vote approaches

Collins she doesnt believe charges can fairly prevent judge from serving after Senates 51-49 vote advances nominee Republicans in the US Senate, with the help of a lone Democrat, have voted to advance Brett Kavanaugh to a final floor vote, propelling the embattled federal judge one step closer to the supreme court. Faced with Susan

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Recordings prove Jamal Khashoggi was killed, Turkish investigators claim

Sources say audio and video evidence show journalist died at Saudi consulate in Istanbul Turkish investigators have claimed video and audio recordings exist that prove Washington Post late on Thursday that their Turkish counterparts claimed the recordings from 2 October proved Khashoggi was murdered and his body dismembered during a visit to the Saudi consulate

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Google and Orange building cable between US and France

The 6,600km undersea cable will open in 2020 and is one of seven Google is building over the next two years Telecoms firm Orange has teamed up with Google to work on a private undersea cable connecting the Atlantic coasts of France and the United States. Measuring 6,600km in length, the undersea cable will be

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US household income back to pre-recession levels, census shows

Gains come as the US economy has continued to grow, but dont mean that wages are improving instead, it appears Americans are working more The median US household income jumped last year to $61,400 roughly matching what Americans were making before the great recession. The median income went up by 1.8% from 2016, the third