Brace yourselves for a gusher of leaks: The FBI report on Brett Kavanaugh could reach Congress today or tomorrow, with a final vote on his nomination this weekend.
Why it matters: This report won't be made public, but expect Republicans to leak areas where the FBI didn't find evidence of an assault, and Democrats to leak areas where investigators found new dirt or desired more time.
What we're watching: How Senators Susan Collins, Jeff Flake and Lisa Murkowski emerge after their turns reading the forthcoming FBI summary.
The other side... Lindsey Graham says Kavanaugh is the "defining issue" of 2018:
The bottom line: Not a single Republican has pre-emptively announced he or she will vote no.
Be smart: This has been incredibly ugly, and even if it ends soon, don't expect the divisions it has exposed and exacerbated to go away.
Half of young Americans, aged 15-26, expect to be better off financially than their parents, and 60% of parents agree with them, according to a new AP-NORC poll.
Why it matters: Only half of 30-year-old Americans in 2014 made more than their parents. Compare that to 1970, when 92% of 30-year-olds made more than their parents, according to a report by economist Raj Chetty.
The presidential alert test at 2:18 p.m. EST went about as you'd expect today, featuring a mixture of jokes and people surprised by a "Presidential Alert."
Even Hillary Clinton made sure to get in on the fun.