Donald Trump is a man who has stepped on women his entire life. His administration is only following the example he has repeatedly set.
Democrats in Ohio and all across the country aren't less riled up after the Kavanaugh fiasco; they're more motivated than ever.
At a rally on Wednesday, the president whined that he can no longer just spew the same sexist garbage that he might have in the past.
Ahead of Saturday's confirmation vote, Brett Kavanaugh accuser Deborah Ramirez shredded U.S. Senators for turning a blind on a sexual assault.
Going forward, the American people would be better served by ignoring this fraud – at least until she's thrown out in 2020.
Republicans will celebrate their so-called victory on Saturday, but in exactly a month they could regret ever confirming Brett Kavanaugh.
Sen. Coons seems to be making yet another appeal to the same part of Flake that convinced him to have a change of heart last week.
For the first time in over three decades, the Washington Post editorial board is urging the United States Senate to reject a Supreme Court nominee.
It is up to the remaining undecided GOP women in the Senate to step up and show the same political courage that Heitkamp showed on Thursday.
If the 2015 version of Brett Kavanaugh was a United States senator, he wouldn't think twice before voting no on the 2018 version of Brett Kavanaugh.
The letter demonstrates just how unpopular Kavanaugh's nomination is to people who care most about the court's integrity.
Despite the fact that Brett Kavanaugh's nomination should be dead on the Senate floor, Republicans continue to push ahead.
Whenever it looks like Donald Trump and the Republican Party can't possibly go any lower, they grab shovels and start digging.
By David Alexander and Richard Cowan
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Two moderate Republicans who could be pivotal in determining whether the Senate confirms U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh criticized President Donald Trump on Wednesday for mocking a woman who has accused the judge of sexual assault.
The flurry of new reporting on Monday isn't only consistent with those claims, but it proves he lied repeatedly under oath.
Not only did Kavanaugh know of the allegations from Ramirez before they went public, but he also personally tried to get potential witnesses to refute them.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders called on the FBI to include the lies Brett Kavanaugh told under oath in their investigation.
Michael Avenatti says Donald Trump's Supreme Court pick won't be seated on the U.S. Supreme Court if the FBI is allowed to conduct a thorough investigation.
It hasn't even been 12 hours since Arizona Jeff Flake changed the course of this confirmation process, and the FBI is already digging in.
When the nation was given a chance to hear from the judge on Thursday, he did nothing to shake the recent characterizations of him. He only confirmed them.