"We're not nearly as sweet—or happy—as we look."
"It doesn't matter. We won."
"So much is at stake in this country," the organization's founder and president told Newsweek. "And people are really paying attention to what's going on right now."
Columbia Law School professor Bernard Harcourt said he and his peers signed the letter after discussions over Supreme Court nominee's "unprecedented and unfathomable" behavior.
A letter reportedly written by Brett Kavanaugh in 1983 makes multiple references to drinking.
The enforcement of the White House's family separation policy was "poorly coordinated," the Department of Homeland Security's watchdog has said.
The supporter looked sheepish, then covered her face with her placard.
The Supreme Court nominee was a "very mean drunk" in high school, Julie Swetnick said in her first televised interview about her allegations against Brett Kavanaugh.
Brett Kavanaugh's Harvard Law School course on the Supreme Court appears to have been canceled.
Kanye West has struck out against the 13th Amendment, calling it "slavery in disguise."
"There's no value to reaching across the aisle," the Republican senator said.
Former FBI Director James Comey warned that even "small lies matter" after Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday.
The National Sexual Assault Hotline saw a 147 percent increase in calls as Christine Blasey Ford testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday.
The former secretary of state interviews for a secretarial position in the first episode of the show's return to television.
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh testified "like a frat out of hell," Jimmy Kimmel said on Thursday night.
Jimmy Kimmel hit out at Donald Trump Jr. after the president’s son questioned Christine Blasey Ford’s fear of flying.
President Donald Trump accused Democrats of playing a "horrible con game" amid fresh allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.