Harvest Prude

Harvest is a graduate of the World Journalism Institute and a reporter for WORLD.

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What’s next for Kavanaugh

by Harvest Prude
Posted 10/08/18, 12:39 pm

WASHINGTON—After a private swearing-in ceremony Saturday night, Justice Brett Kavanaugh will take his seat on the U.S. Supreme Court in time to hear oral arguments Tuesday. This week, the court is scheduled to hear four cases: three criminal appeals and one about product liability. President Donald Trump will preside over a public swearing-in ceremony for Kavanaugh on Monday night at the White House. The Senate confirmed the president’s nominee Saturday by a vote of 50-48.

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Trump ‘has no plans’ to fire Rosenstein

by Harvest Prude
Posted 10/08/18, 12:10 pm

WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump said Monday he has no plans to fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who oversees special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. The president told reporters at the White House that he had “a very good relationship” with Rosenstein and was eager to speak with him aboard Air Force One on a flight to Florida Monday for the International Association of Chiefs of Police conference.

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Kavanaugh sworn in, ready to work

by Harvest Prude & Lynde Langdon
Posted 10/06/18, 06:44 pm

UPDATE: Brett Kavanaugh was sworn in as an associate justice of the Supreme Court at a private ceremony Saturday shortly after the Senate voted to confirm him. The 53-year-old justice’s wife, children, and parents attended as Chief Justice John Roberts administered the constitutional oath and retired Justice Anthony Kennedy, who Kavanaugh is replacing, administered the judicial oath in the court’s private conference room. The quick swearing-in will allow Kavanaugh to start work immediately and be seated for oral arguments at the court Tuesday.

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