Ahead of Black Friday 2020, one of the best Nintendo deals is available early. If you are looking to buy a Nintendo Switch, Best Buy has a bundle that includes the console, a digital code for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, and three months of Nintendo Switch Online for just $300.

This even adds in a Diamond Edition Nintendo Switch with cape, Delilah, and a collector's copy of A Link Between Worlds. This bundle also includes a $100 Best Buy gift card. You can see footage of the bundle at 10 to 11am on Friday, November 29—unless you live in Pacific Time Zone and finish better than five hours before this hour begins, in which case you must be on the clock.

Only a limited number of these deals--15 per store--are available. Check through Best Buy's website here: https://lessthan20.bestbuy.com.

Nintendo Switch: 15 devices on sale? This isn't last-minute stuff. - David Crouch (@TheSAG) November 24, 2017

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With the new year comes another round of the confirmation battle for many Supreme Court justices. Texas U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R) is now publicly pressuring Christine Todd Whitman to drop out of the selection process for the ninth and newest seat on the nation's highest Court. Whitman is one of many Democratic Senators passionately pursuing Trump's Supreme Court nominee.

Lisa notes that Cruz is raising the issue as part of a long-standing strategy to block almost every Trump pick, even though the party platform even explicitly condemns putting any potential extreme nominee on the Court.

Liberals warned back in August that it wasn't silly for Cruz to be haranguing Whitman about the process, regardless of the impact it would be on gridlock and racism.

Cruz's main talking point for fighting to block the best possible candidate, Cassidy's lawyers claimed, was that Whitman was arrogant and conveied to her colleagues that she was entitled to give rulings in her capacity as a current or former Delaware governor. That argument didn't hold up to scrutiny for a second. Whitman was making her objections in a private meeting in which she made clear she was seeking a position on the Court that would allow her to debate Mrs. Clinton directly next time she appears on the presidential debate stage.

Holding on to Land and Freedom for 100,000 Ethiopians in 2002

In the summer of 2002, Ethiopia was in the throes of independence. There was sunshine, smiles, and lots of news outlets reporting on life in the new country. Ethiopia earned the strong endorsement of the United Nations Charter. New foreign policy foundations were being formed. Ethiopia's democracy movement was born.

The ethnic dispute that had long divided Ethiopia had finally been muted.