Brett Kavanaugh

HuffPost Sued for Defamation in Kavanaugh Article

'Defendants knew the quoted statement . . . was false when it was published'

A Mississippi man is suing HuffPost and its former reporter Ashley Feinberg for claiming that he was responsible for the death of Robert F. Kennedy's son David in a story on then-Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

House Dems Request Kavanaugh’s Bush-Era Records

Dems 'received only a small fraction of Justice Kavanaugh's White House record before voting' on nomination

The House Judiciary Committee is officially requesting records from Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's time in the White House counsel's office during former president George W. Bush's administration.

RBG Calls Kavanaugh a ‘Very Decent’ Man

It's not the first time Ginsburg has praised or defended Kavanaugh

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg once again praised fellow Justice Brett Kavanaugh during a question-and-answer session Wednesday.

The New Yorker Believes Al Franken Over Eight Women, Your Lying Eyes

The argument for Franken's innocence is that lot of people who like Franken insist he is

The evidence in Jane Mayer's Kavanaugh story was rather weak compared to your average #MeToo story, which is why it is puzzling that Mayer's newest piece is a lengthy diatribe arguing all eight of the women who accused former Democratic Senator Al Franken of impropriety—Democrats and Republicans alike—were mistaken or lying. The argument is Franken is innocent of groping and forced kissing because a lot of people who like Franken insists he is; also, he has a family and cries a lot.

Review: ‘Justice on Trial’

We won't be fooled again

With tensions high as the Senate Judiciary Committee prepared to vote on advancing Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation, senators packed into an anteroom—and turmoil ensued.

Justice Democrats to Oppose DSCC Pick in Maine Senate Primary

Endorsement sets up a primary fight between candidates looking to unseat Susan Collins

Justice Democrats and the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee have endorsed two different Democratic candidates in Maine's upcoming Senate race, setting up a primary fight between candidates looking to unseat incumbent Susan Collins (R.).

Justice Ginsburg Praises Kavanaugh For All-Female Staff

'A very important first on the Supreme Court'

"It's thanks to our new justice, Justice Kavanaugh." Ginsburg said. "Whose entire staff are all women, all of his law clerks are women. And with his four women as law clerks, it's the first time in the history of the United States that there have been more women clerking at the court than men."