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  • Lawyer Who Filed Complaint Against Brett Kavanaugh Says He Was 'Like a Crazed Conspiracy Theorist'

    We are stuck with Brett Kavanaugh for the rest of his life. This is a fact, despite Christine Blasey Ford’s harrowing testimony at his nomination hearings in September, and despite the 83 judicial misconduct complaints filed against him in the wake of that testimony. Those complaints were dismissed two weeks ago, but one of the complainants, Larry Behrendt, wrote an op-ed for The Washington Post arguing against that dismissal.

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  • Myrtle Beach man named in federal complaint alleging $2 billion in tax fraud

    The federal government, attempting to halt a long-used tax loophole, has targeted a Myrtle Beach man and his associates for their alleged involved in more than $2 billion in fraudulent tax deductions.

  • Florida man threatens to kill man 'with kindness,' uses machete named 'Kindness'

    A Florida man threatened to kill someone "with kindness," and then later cut a man with a machete with the word "kindness" written on the blade. Bryan Stewart, 30, of Milton was overheard by neighbors Friday telling a person inside his home that he was going to "kill 'em with kindness." When a neighbor went to the home to ask Stewart to keep down the noise, Stewart raised a knife in the man's direction, according to the Pensacola News Journal. A second neighbor stepped in front of Stewart to...