A man in New York faces up to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to threatening two senators who supported Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court.
A fiery Fox News exchange over late-term abortion legislation reignited debate on whether conservatives - specifically male lawmakers - are attempting to repeal Roe v. Wade and "take control" of women's reproductive health.
College writings of Neomi Rao, the president's nominee for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, have come under scrutiny.
South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham worked himself into an angry-faced tirade on Fox News Sunday, even appearing to remove his microphone as he and host Chris Wallace ended the interview.
Democratic Senator Mazie Hirono said Tuesday that Democrats "need to speak to the heart" instead of conveying to Americans how much liberals know about issues.
But Fox News host Laura Ingraham also criticized Booker for "tarring" Brett Kavanaugh by showing his support to Christine Blasey Ford.
"I'm gonna get you," he allegedly said in one of the voicemails.
The president's daughter-in-law told "Fox News @ Night" that the controversy surrounding Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court has inspired women to support the GOP, despite poll numbers indicating otherwise.
"You think that putting a sexual assaulter on the court is a victory for women?" a protester asked Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz over his vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
The ad, which ran in local newspapers across the state on Sunday as an attack against GOP opponent Kevin Cramer, reportedly misidentified women who were victims of sexual assault, domestic violence and rape.
"It doesn't matter. We won."
A Trump surrogate complained about left-wing "mobs" harassing conservatives, noting that a group of witches recently planned a "hex" on Brett Kavanaugh.
Sophomore Melissa Hernandez was handed a citation for misdemeanor battery after the on-campus incident.
"She has a long-standing prior commitment she was unable to change at the last minute," Melania Trump's spokeswoman said.
"If there is conclusory evidence that shows unequivocally that he lied to a Senate committee, that is a crime and he should be held accountable," the New Jersey senator said.
The actor was among the first women to come forward with sexual misconduct allegations against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.
However, Kavanaugh's confirmation was not likely to alter the way they voted.
"The states are very busy passing all kinds of laws that would limit a woman's right to choose. It's those things that will go before Justice Kavanaugh," Senator Mazie Hirono warned.
"Justice Kavanaugh should not be seen as tainted," Conway said.
The University of Washington College Republicans celebrated Brett Kavanaugh's being sworn in to the Supreme Court with a "Beers for Brett" bar outing Saturday in honor of the judge's self-proclaimed fondness for the beverage.