The Republican members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, who are all white men, have considered hiring a woman lawyer to question Ford.
Ted Cruz And Beto O’Rourke Argued About Everything From Trump To Police Shootings In Their First Debate
“We have a real race in the state of Texas,” Cruz said Friday night.
Philip Rucker and Carol Leonnig from the Washington Post are working on a book. So is NBC’s Chuck Todd.
The White House Said Trump "Directed" The Declassification Of Key Russia Documents. He Acknowledged Today That He Didn't.
Instead of the "immediate declassification" of the documents referenced in a Monday statement from the White House, Trump tweeted on Friday that an "expedited" review was being sought.
The nomination process is far from over, but McConnell promised that Brett Kavanaugh will be on the Supreme Court soon.
"I would have told Jim Comey, 'You can go up there as the FBI director and try to hold this press conference, but you will leave that podium as the ex–FBI director,'" Holder said on BuzzFeed News' AM to DM Friday.
Trump Spent This Week Slowly Dropping His Caution On The Brett Kavanaugh Allegations. He Explicitly Broke It Today.
From saying that a process needs to play out to tweeting that his Supreme Court nominee is “under assault” from the “radical left.”
Asked how he would apologize to Anita Hill now, the former vice president said, “I’m sorry I couldn’t have stopped the kind of attacks that came to you.”
“Sirs – POTUS just tweeted the below on Transgenders not being able to serve in the military in any capacity."
On The Anniversary Of Hurricane Maria, The Trump Administration Doesn’t Acknowledge The Thousands Who Died In Puerto Rico
Ben Carson met with Gov. Ricardo Rosselló and talked about the recovery effort, without mentioning the thousands of hurricane-related deaths.
With the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh dominating talk on Capitol Hill, former staffers remind Congress they still haven’t passed their own legislation on sexual harassment.
We have finally reached a mainstream realization that “personal” matters are inextricably connected to power, and that sexual behavior has social and political consequences.
Lawyers for Christine Blasey Ford told Senate Judiciary Committee staff that it's "not possible" for Ford to testify Monday, but wanted to set up a call to talk about possible "conditions" for Ford's testimony at a later date.
The feds said the show was Boston Med but it seems to have been a different show, Save My Life: Boston Trauma.
The Act.IL app paints itself as a grassroots initiative, but one expert calls it "advanced digital political astroturfing."
The Trump Administration Intends To Cut Cancer Research Funding To Pay For The Care Of Immigrant Children
The number of immigrant children in government custody has skyrocketed from 2,400 in May 2017 to 12,800 as of September this year.
Jeff Sessions' Latest Immigration Opinion Is Another Blow To The Independence Of Immigration Judges, The Judges Union Said
In the opinion, Sessions wrote that immigration judges don't have "free-floating power" to end deportation cases.
Republicans Say The Timing Of The Kavanaugh Letter Is "Disturbing." But Here's What Actually Happened.
The letter’s release was much more complicated than a simple political ploy.
“The blind quotes over the past few months from a series of consultants that suggest he’d run as this neo-centrist New Democrat show that he would be profoundly out of step with the direction of grassroots energy.”
The Woman Accusing Brett Kavanaugh Of Sexual Assault Wants The FBI To Investigate Before She Testifies In Congress
Christine Blasey Ford's lawyers said that while she "wants to cooperate" with the Senate Judiciary Committee, an FBI investigation "should be the first step" before a hearing currently scheduled for Monday.
A Wall Street Journal column criticizing "career staff" for getting in the way of aid to Christians in Iraq was published on a Thursday. Maria Longi lost her job on Friday.
Republicans Say The Woman Who Accused Kavanaugh Of Assault Hasn't Responded To An Invitation To Testify
The Senate Judiciary Committee has scheduled a hearing to interview Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford on Monday.
The documents include pages from the FBI application for a warrant to monitor Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.
The announcement of the hearing comes just a day after Christine Blasey Ford came forward publicly with allegations that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her in high school.
"We Believe Her": More Than 200 Alumnae Of Christine Blasey Ford's High School Have Signed A Letter Supporting Her
The letter said that Ford's allegation of being sexually assaulted by Brett Kavanaugh while she was a student at Holton-Arms "is all too consistent with stories we heard and lived while attending Holton."
Donald Trump, Often Quick To Attack Accusers, Said He Wants To Go Through “A Process” On Brett Kavanaugh
The president is standing by his Supreme Court nominee, but so far he’s not publicly lashing out over the allegations against him.
Democrats have complained about the lack of access to documents from Kavanaugh's tenure in the White House under former president George W. Bush.
“Everything I was teaching him to be, and I thought and assumed that I was grooming him for, I’ve ended up assuming that role,” McBath told BuzzFeed News' Profile.
The proposed rule would prevent people from knowing which religious colleges discriminate against women and LGBT students.
A woman who has known Kavanaugh since high school told BuzzFeed News she helped organize the letter Thursday and sent it to friends in the area, following reports of a secret allegation against the nominee.