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Trump ditches restraint, questions Kavanaugh's accuser2m00s

Trump ditches restraint, questions Kavanaugh's accuser

U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday cast doubt on the woman who has accused his Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, saying if the attack was “as bad as she says” it would have been immediately reported to police. Jonah Green reports.

Rock band Wolf Alice wins 2018 Mercury Music Prize1m52s

Rock band Wolf Alice wins 2018 Mercury Music Prize

Rock band Wolf Alice won Britain's Mercury Prize on Thursday (September 20) for album "Visions of a Life", beating off competition from the likes of Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds and the Arctic Monkeys. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

Facebook and Twitter threatened with sanctions by EU1m28s

Facebook and Twitter threatened with sanctions by EU

Social media giants Facebook and Twitter have been told by the EU to comply with European consumer rules by the end of the year or face sanctions. But, as Francis Maguire reports, Airbnb, another American online firm, is in Europe's good books.

China hits back at U.S. for military sanctions1m35s

China hits back at U.S. for military sanctions

Beijing said it strongly urged the United States to withdraw sanctions on its military, after the Trump administration imposed the penalties for buying fighter jets and missile systems from Russia. Michelle Hennessy reports.

Google says Apps can scan and share Gmail data1m47s

Google says Apps can scan and share Gmail data

Google has told Congress in a letter made public that it continues to allow outside developers to scan and share Gmail data as long as developers are transparent with users about how they use the data and get consent. Jane Lanhee Lee reports.

Trump backs Kavanaugh at Las Vegas rally1m07s

Trump backs Kavanaugh at Las Vegas rally

Donald Trump comes out in full support of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh at a rally in Las Vegas on Thursday, but treads carefully around sexual assault accusations made by a California psychology professor. No reporter narration.

Accuser of Trump's court nominee sets conditions for testifying1m59s

Accuser of Trump's court nominee sets conditions for testifying

A lawyer for the woman accusing Brett Kavanaugh, President Donald Trump's U.S. Supreme Court nominee, of sexual assault told a Senate panel on Thursday the professor will not testify on Monday as Republicans want but would be willing to appear sometime next week if certain terms are met.