It's still unclear whether Blasey, who has accused the Supreme Court nominee of sexual assault, will be testifying at an open hearing.
The Republican senator apparently thinks speaking out against the killings of unarmed black men is a bad thing.
Garrett Ventry's exit marks another moment of turmoil in Kavanaugh's confirmation.
Breached swine lagoons. Overflowing coal waste ponds. Sewage in the streets. The hellish aftermath of climate-fueled Hurricane Florence.
Justin Schneider allegedly offered a woman a ride, choked her until she passed out and ejaculated on her. He got his “one pass,” an Alaska prosecutor said.
Jet Airways is apologizing for "the inconvenience."
Tanzania's president ordered the arrest of those responsible for the disaster.
It's the bloodiest assault to strike the country in recent years.
The former vice president's biggest career misstep is now being replayed in advance of a potential presidential run.
Lookin' at you, Ross Douthat.
Abra, Hari Nef, Suki Waterhouse and Odessa Young are ready to “shake s**t up.”
“It’s like my kids are in jail. My four children are separated from me and living like orphans.”
He also hailed "fantastic" Brett Kavanaugh from "central casting."
It's going to be tough to find "good people" if they need to have a "perfect" high school record, says GOP Rep. Kevin Cramer, who's running for the Senate.
Republicans granted the extension after lawyers for Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser claimed they were bullying her with the tight deadline.
For Rep. Paul Gosar, it's not all in the family.
The president has long sought an excuse to fire the deputy attorney general and replace him with someone who would get rid of the special counsel.
"Your memory snaps photos of the details that will haunt you forever. It blacks out other parts that really don’t matter much," she writes in support of Christine Blasey Ford.
State Rep. Jim Knoblach abandoned his campaign after learning that Minnesota Public Radio News was publishing his daughter's allegations.
The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee says he has not agreed to allow Christine Blasey Ford to testifying after Brett Kavanaugh.
However, a source tells HuffPost that the deputy attorney general’s comments about recording Trump were “sarcastic.”
After Blasey rejected the conspiracy theory from conservative lawyer Ed Whelan, he apologized and deleted his tweets.
Negotiations for the Supreme Court nominee's accuser to speak to the Senate panel mostly focused on logistics and safety issues, news outlets reported.
Alaska Gov. Bill Walker (I) and Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott (D) announced their opposition to the Supreme Court nominee.
"We’ll get through this and we’ll get off to the races," the Nevada GOP senator said. He seeks re-election this year.
Yale professor and "Tiger Mom" Amy Chua, who's a Kavanaugh cheerleader, told the young woman to look "outgoing."
"I don't think that a woman claiming sexual assault should ever be dismissed."
“Would you worship a donkey or an elephant? The choice is yours,” the ad read.
The fact that they won't speaks volumes.
Christine Blasey Ford, the woman accusing the Supreme Court nominee of sexual assault, asked the FBI to investigate before her scheduled hearing.
"I’m not happy with numerous things," the president said.
"Nothing the FBI or any other investigator does would have any bearing on what Dr. Ford tells the committee," the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee said.
Judge was a classmate of Kavanaugh's at Georgetown Prep when Christine Blasey Ford says the incident occurred.
There has been radio silence from the liberal feminist lawyer who introduced Kavanaugh at his hearing.
Days after landfall, the remnant storm continues to pummel flood-scarred communities in North Carolina.
Christine Blasey Ford has accused the Supreme Court nominee of attempted sexual assault when they were teens.