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NATION: More women are coming forward accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, but Kavanaugh says he will not withdraw his nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court.

NEWS: Spokane and the state of Washington are suing chemical manufacturer Monsanto, alleging they knew their products were dangerous but kept profiting anyway.

NEWS: Workers at a trucking company banded together to sue for wage theft — here's why the Supreme Court just made it harder for others to do the same.

IN OTHER NEWS...

Time to die
A cougar was spotted in a tree in Coeur d'Alene yesterday. It should have done a better job hiding, because Idaho Fish and Wildlife quickly killed the cougar. (KXLY)

Shine a light on it
The crime problem downtown isn't violent, it's petty. Will more lights help? (Spokesman-Review)

Right side of the law
With allegations of sexual misconduct mounting against him in an election year, Republican Washington state Rep. Matt Manweller says he will resign — after the election. (Seattle Times)

Not a joke
President Trump gave an "America First" speech at the United Nations. When he said that he had made more progress than "almost any other administration in the history of our country," people laughed. (Washington Post