The squabbling among Republicans over the conservative bona fides of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh highlights the challenges facing the president as he races to meet his self-imposed July 9 deadline for picking a successor to retiring Justice Anthony M. Kennedy.
The action is likely to signal a shift toward advocacy of race-neutral admissions. The Supreme Court has upheld race-conscious admission practices as recently as 2016, but affirmative action in higher education remains a contentious issue.
In a year when a record number of women are running for political office — often in their first campaigns — many are overcoming disadvantages in cash and name recognition with well-produced online videos that tell their personal stories.
Hayden Hatfield donated her bone marrow to help Skye Savren-McCormick fight a rare form of childhood leukemia. Their families stayed in touch, and when Hatfield married, she wanted the 3-year-old by her side at the wedding.
Any doubts about this being a different English World Cup team — one that wouldn’t crack under the weight of failed versions stretching across heartbroken generations — they were put to rest with a victory against Colombia.