Brett Kavanaugh

College Republicans Celebrate 'Beers4Brett' Kavanaugh

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.

Kavanaugh Set to be Sworn Into Supreme Court

Without Kavanaugh's confirmation, the court would have been left with an even 4-4 ideological split for the court's new session that began earlier this week and could have impacted any number of future cases.

Kavanaugh Accuser: Vote Resurfaces Assault Memory

Ramirez was one of six known witnesses the FBI interviewed as part of its brief supplemental background investigation into the validity of the sexual assault allegations levied against Kavanaugh.

Activists Gather in D.C. Before Final SCOTUS Vote

Large groups of demonstrators massed at various Washington D.C. buildings on Saturday -- hours before a landmark vote would confirm President Trump's nominee Brett Kavanaugh as the ninth justice on the U.S. Supreme Court.

Alan Dershowitz: No One Won

The media, as has become typical, divided into roaring camps, one of which argued that Kavanaugh could do no wrong, while the other argued that he could do no right.

Bill Maher Calls GOP 'Party of Traitors' on Kavanaugh

The Senate's confirmation process of Kavanaugh has been anything but ordinary, and commentary from pundits, lawmakers and hosts over the past few weeks have followed the same ongoing trend of trying to make sense of the unusual nature of what's occurring.

Trump: Capitol Hill Activists Are 'Paid Professionals'

The protesters, many of whom have said that they themselves have been victims of sexual assault, have urged senators not to support Kavanaugh in the wake of multiple sexual assault allegations against the nominee.