It’s an oddly timed development for a rising political star.
In the end, Jeff Flake, Susan Collins and Joe Manchin are giving Kavanaugh the votes he needed.
Adding to the distractions created by Bob Woodward’s book, it could be a stormy October for the White House.
Kavanaugh echoes John Roberts’s assurance that he acknowledges precedents protecting abortion rights. But precedents have been and will be overturned.
College-educated and minority women are trending Democratic at potentially historic levels. If white working-class women begin to join them, look out!
The White House deployed some misdirection before the Gorsuch announcement, and that could happen again leading up to the big announcement.
Get ready for the mother of all confirmation battles.
The young progressive’s win over the fourth-ranking House Democrat is sending shock waves through Washington, like Eric Cantor’s 2014 primary loss.
With Abrams heading the Democratic ticket, the Georgia governor’s race might finally be competitive again.
An unprecedented revolt against a conservative icon of the largest conservative evangelical denomination shows that the #MeToo movement is everywhere.
The New York attorney general’s swift fall from champion of #MeToo to example of #MeToo fate is another warning to people in politics.
The elected official who sued Harvey Weinstein’s company on behalf of abuse victims now stands accused of very similar, and very recent, behavior.
In South Carolina a Democratic legislator mockingly asks Republicans to pass a total abortion ban they know to be unconstitutional. They nearly did.
On the back of strong turnout from African-Americans and a superior campaign, Doug Jones pulled an upset that will echo into next year’s midterms.
The judge reminded Team Trump that abortion is protected by constitutional law.
Tuesday’s bill won’t pass the Senate. But that’s not the point.
Trump’s nominee offered the Judiciary Committee a plausible alternative account of the alleged classroom incident.
In addition to being grilled on Roe v. Wade, Trump’s SCOTUS nominee fields queries on “litmus tests,” the weight of precedent, and more.
Some good news for progressives — but beware a “religious liberty” order.
Other than old and unfounded superstitions, there’s no reason Clinton shouldn’t reach out to Elizabeth Warren as a running mate if she wins the nomination, ending a party split before it really begins.