Despite the considerable cloud over his head, Brett Kavanaugh is joining the Supreme Court after what may best be described as a plutocratic coup by the ruling-but-minority Republican Party.
Brett Kavanaugh faces another Senate Judiciary Committee hearing because of allegations of sexual misconduct. But never fear: He has calendar pages from 1982 that will exonerate him!
The legislation is set to expire at the end of September, and none of the party's members has signaled support for its renewal.
Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., calls the Senate hearings a "sham" and accuses Republicans of obscuring the nominee's record, which some Democrats characterize as extremist.
The Supreme Court nominee can expect to spend most of the day sparring with Democratic senators over abortion, guns, executive power and other high-profile issues.
Demonstrators, including activists dressed as characters from “The Handmaid’s Tale,” target the nominee’s anti-abortion views and some of his other positions. Democrats try but fail to adjourn the hearing over the issue of documents production.
The reality star pleads with the California governor, via tweet, to give death row inmate Kevin Cooper the tests he has been denied, tests that could prove his innocence.
We have become a Potemkin society where tokens are put on the stage to represent equality while the vast majority of Americans are economically enslaved.
Although the four-term senator has not won support for her candidacy, her challenger in the June primary, state Senate leader Kevin de Leon, also failed to earn the Democrats' endorsement.
The president criticizes the state’s position on “sanctuary cities” and says it needs to learn the value of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents.