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Cory Booker is not running for anything right now. But he's still a relentless presence on the campaign trail. https://t.co/PSJ0biMT5K

So far, Patches is doing well with her custom made titanium skull https://t.co/FOTRlVjoqY

Officials in Virginia suspended a new policy that would have required visitors to remove tampons and menstrual cups when visiting the state’s prison inmates https://t.co/z0nKSwmWtz

Evening Briefing: Here's what you need to know at the end of the day https://t.co/ebPzOjBonx

A TV ad was called xenophobic by the politician it targeted. “They’ve used everything in their power to make it look like the very fact of speaking Korean or Chinese is un-American or wrong.” https://t.co/qYFFR5UjoA

"Here is the terrible beauty of being in love: that you will know things together that no one else will know, that there are events that exist only in the commingling and exchange of memories." https://t.co/lcA4m0WUCl

Millions of Catholics in China stubbornly resist government control. But a deal Beijing made with the Vatican may end that. https://t.co/bbpvMRexXg

You were never second best https://t.co/dXSgKCiGFS

In his high school yearbook, Brett Kavanaugh and others called themselves "Renate Alumni." The woman they were referring to is furious. https://t.co/o0NMqLnXB5

Gutted kitchens, black mold, collapsed roofs. Though the U.S. set aside billions to repair homes in Puerto Rico, many are still in ruins. https://t.co/u8C77vHjG1

Your daily @DealBook Briefing: • Comcast pays big to go international. • The trade war heats up. • Corporate America wants you to vote. https://t.co/zN8yDdk1eW

"Hopefully we'll have a second judge very shortly who is a fantastic, fantastic man, a fantastic talent and intellect," President Trump said about Brett Kavanaugh https://t.co/HIcVhYdL8J

RT @_StephenCastle In Britain a second Brexit referendum is growing more likely. But it needs the help of Labour's Jeremy Corbyn https://t.co/E673SgScVt

At his rally in Missouri, President Trump said Judge Kavanaugh would be confirmed because "he was born for" the Supreme Court https://t.co/cxrkY5RXGy

Morning Briefing: Here's what you need to know to start your day https://t.co/GZIpm8zN20 https://t.co/Bqhb1U3Tb8

The New York Times top tweets

For the first time in its history, the Metropolitan Opera is commissioning operas by women https://t.co/fCHZCzqkkl

The weekend box office boiled down to a competition between Steven Spielberg and Jeff Bezos. It was not a happy outcome for Amazon, to put it mildly. https://t.co/fvNe10cbZY

Oil producers led by Saudi Arabia and Russia resisted pressure from President Trump to pump more oil and hold down prices https://t.co/E9qnkSfcGd

With the British government’s negotiations on the terms of Brexit in turmoil, the campaign for a “people’s vote” continues to gather traction https://t.co/wFetnUPRMt

Judge Kavanaugh's nomination has the makings of a pivot point in American politics — the crest of a wave building since Donald Trump’s election https://t.co/53NLvnqnFa

City Officials Fear Mass Bailout at Rikers Could Endanger Crime Victims https://t.co/fxU3xtvrea

What does a democratic socialist believe in? Many voters don't know. Let’s start with the big question. In an ideal world, who would control the means of production? https://t.co/Myiq3LTRE0

A man has been found alive 2 days after a ferry in Tanzania overturned, killing more than 200 people, and a day after authorities said they were unlikely to find more survivors. https://t.co/nHAJGn9yBB

Comcast defeated Disney/Fox in a bidding war for the British broadcaster Sky with a $39 billion offer, gaining an important international asset. https://t.co/uJE6q4byOQ

What does a democratic socialist believe in? Many voters don't know. Take this quiz to find out whether your beliefs align with theirs. https://t.co/eaiorsMf6B

Breaking News: Christine Blasey Ford, who accused Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, said she was willing to testify next week before a Senate panel https://t.co/fICJfU24yP

Amazon announced not one, not six, but more than a dozen devices for its Alexa voice assistant, including a microwave https://t.co/rFwm3Us1Va

The global regulator of drugs in sports voted to allow Russia to resume testing its athletes for performance-enhancing drugs, despite an outcry from athletes and watchdogs https://t.co/vuTo69K2lX

Under the influence of MDMA, octopuses seemed to become more social. They even tried to hug pot that contained another octopus. https://t.co/6NNfFxBgqV

Evening Briefing: Here's what you need to know at the end of the day https://t.co/a01RT3tXTl

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