“I knew a lady — a schoolteacher — who died after a back-alley abortion,” she told me.
It was a partial win for the Trump administration.
The New York Times reports that Trump’s Chief of Staff and one of his informal advisers nearly got into a physical fight in the West Wing.
Surprising as this derailment of justice might have seemed, it echoed (and may, in fact, have reflected) another long-unspooling twenty-first-century American degradation of justice.
A new ABC News/Washington Post poll found Friday that a majority of Americans are unhappy with Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s appointment to the Supreme Court.
Brett Kavanaugh ascended to the high court but may never rise above his Senate tantrum, skewered so memorably on Saturday Night Live.
He added that this was “consistent with the standard process for such investigations going back quite a long way.”
What if the real business of judging is interpreting words in the Constitution and federal statutes?
Most Americans pine for normal leadership. That’s what Democrats must offer.
If Mitch McConnell was assaulted, where’s his police report and corroborating evidence?
Trump went into full tinfoil-hat conspiracy mode with his new, vicious attacks against Christine Blasey Ford.
Journalists made some terrible choices this weekend in the wake of Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation as a Supreme Court justice.
Conway finally stopped pretending and admitted that Kavanaugh will gut reproductive rights on the Supreme Court.
Trump made sure the fix was in for Brett Kavanaugh, and stacked the deck even higher against Christine Blasey Ford.
Post described Kavanaugh as a “casual acquaintance,” noting he watched the judge’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary committee last month with “something approaching unbelief.”
A new report from NBC revealed text messages sent to a woman who claims to have witnessed Kavanaugh’s assault on Deborah Ramirez.
Professor Christine Blasey Ford had originally chosen not to publicly share her account of sexual assault by Brett Kavanaugh because of the onslaught of harassment she would undoubtedly face.
Her support for Kavanaugh, which essentially ensures his confirmation and a solidification of the Supreme Court’s hard-right bloc for years to come, immediately prompted nationwide fury.
The farce of a background check is being spun by Republicans as conclusive.
‘It is heartbreaking if these guys who acted like my friends in high school were saying these nasty, false things about me behind my back.’
Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, a lifelong Republican, says Brett Kavanaugh proved he does not belong on the highest court in the land.
Anderson is among those who has asserted that the FBI’s Kavanaugh-related investigation didn’t go far enough, telling Vanity Fair that as he sees it, Wray is in a “tough spot.”
As she stares down a tough Senate race in the red state of North Dakota, the senator fears that the decision will cost her.
So many of us women, so many men who love us — we knew this was coming.
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh penned an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal titled “I Am an Independent, Impartial Judge.”