"Don't get me wrong: I think every claim of abuse deserves to be vetted. But let's start in chronological order," Broaddrick said following accusations against Brett Kavanaugh.
More than 70 percent of Democratic women said they were "very motivated to vote," according to a new poll.
“Women are energized, they are angry, and they are fed up—and that was before #MeToo."
Friends of Ford say she feared that because there wasn't an "actual rape," her coming forward wasn't going to "do any good."
“It’s just going to be chaos,” Kevin McCarthy said.
"Given how late in the game Mueller was prepared to bargain, more people will almost certainly be charged based on Manafort info," Preet Bharara tweeted on Friday.
"He’s got the maturity of an eight-year-old boy with the insecurity of a teenage girl. That's just who he is."
Republican lawmakers in North Carolina rejected a plan that could have mitigated the problems caused by Hurricane Florence, one scientist says.
"You have to get to higher ground," Todd Hamill, a hydrologist at the National Weather Service, warned Carolina residents.
Rainfall predictions are anywhere from 20 to 30 inches, which could be particularly disastrous for North Carolina, NWS Tropical Program Coordinator Joel Cline told Newsweek.
"And, by the way, this wealthy New Yorker actually earned his money," Dimon added. "It wasn't a gift from Daddy."
Voters are more confident than they've been in years that the country is safer than it was before 9/11, a new poll indicates.
“I was really jarred by this, that the secretary of defense has to remind the president that part of the job is preventing World War three," said Bob Woodward.
Shera Bechard says Broidy liked Trump because of his "uncanny ability to sexually abuse women and get away with it.”
"If I see either of them in my life, they'll find themselves in a 13 foot gator."
"I'm sorry, I watched but I fell asleep," Trump said of Obama's harsh speech against his presidency and the Republican Party.
Liberal groups say inconsistencies during Kavanaugh's testimony "appear to rise to the level of perjury."
"Republicans and conservatives only a few years ago, I know well, fought the expansion of presidential powers and executive powers. That’s no longer true."
"People that are on Mueller’s team who are there crying, they were crying," Trump said of Hillary Clinton's loss on election night.
"It's urgent that we act to curb climate change—and Brett Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court could make progress virtually impossible."
Some White House staffers remained unconvinced by Pence's denials about writing the op-ed.
"Is there any right rooted in the history and traditions of the country where legislative bodies could not intercede on behalf of the unborn before medical viability; is that part of our history?"
If some in the White House believe that working "behind the scenes is a consolation, I don’t think it's good enough," Pelosi said.
A gaggle of senior White House officials are rushing to deny writing the anonymous New York Times op-ed that scathingly portrayed President Donald Trump.
Experts in both academia and private practice are trained to decipher anonymous writers.
"He seems like a guy who feels like he's been wronged even though he's willing to admit that there may have been some things that he should not have done," Sharpton said.