Brett Kavanaugh

Kavanaugh and the Crisis of Legitimacy

Column: Why the Supreme Court justice became a symbol of polarization

Associate Justice Brett KavanaughIt is impossible to separate the latest attack on Justice Brett Kavanaugh from the political strategy of the Democratic Party. On September 16, two days after the New York Times "Sunday Review" section told of another allegation of sexual misconduct during Kavanaugh's college years, "Axios AM" described Democratic plans "to portray President Trump, Justice Brett Kavanaugh and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell as the three villains defining the three branches of government for the 2020 campaign." The reasoning: "Each of these white men, they will argue, symbolizes Republican corruption and rule-bending."

Pogrebin: ‘Not Our Determination’ Whether Kavanaugh Should Be Impeached

Authors of new book wrote allegations against Kavanaugh 'rang true' to them

New York Times reporter Robin Pogrebin said Thursday it wasn't her and co-author Kate Kelly's role to determine whether Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh should remain on the bench, although they wrote it "rang true" to them that Kavanaugh was guilty of multiple acts of sexual misconduct.

Kavanaugh Drama Highlights Dem Divide

Impeachment question creates new split in 2020 primary fight

Brett KavanaughThe latest issue dividing Democratic moderates from the party's progressive wing is whether to press for the impeachment of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

NYT Reporters: It Wasn’t Us

Authors of new Kavanaugh book blame editors and social media team for mistakes

New York Times reporters Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly defended themselves in a series of interviews during their promotion for their new book about Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. 

No, Kavanaugh Cannot Be Removed From Office Without Impeachment

Anti-Kavanaugh left throwing everything at the wall to see what will stick

Liberals are united in their desire to remove Justice Brett Kavanaugh from the Supreme Court. They are united in the belief they can do so without using existing impeachment protocols. They are now divided into three different camps over how best to achieve that goal.

NYT Reporters Blame NYT Social Media Team for Kavanaugh Screw Up

'I drafted this with this in mind to have actually the opposite effect'

New York Times reporter Robin Pogrebin said the controversial initial tweet promoting her reporting on allegations of sexual misconduct against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh was a "misworded tweet" and that she did not intend for it to be published.