Don’t be fooled. The debate over Roe is all about women and sex.
At every stage, the nominee comported herself with professionalism, grace and dignity — the precise opposite of what we witnessed from some of the Republican lawmakers involved.
Republicans’ hostile interrogation of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson and relentless re-litigating of past Supreme Court feuds marred a historic moment.
Republicans fired off an array of political attacks, and Democrats got through their biggest hurdle to swearing in the first Black woman on the Supreme Court.
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Senator Marsha Blackburn tried to get Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to give a definition of “woman,” as part of a diatribe against transgender rights.
Senator Marsha Blackburn took quotes out of context as she leveraged a blistering attack against Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson.
Republican lawmakers criticizing the Supreme Court nominee have taken the judge’s remarks and sentencing decisions out of context, distorting her record.
Senate Democrats vow to keep pressing forward with nominees, but they may face obstacles in states represented by Republicans.
She’s the latest descendant in a lineage of Republican women who embrace a boffo radicalism.
Michael Pack, the head of the U.S. Agency for Global Media, is moving to stop federal funding of the Open Technology Fund, which develops tools that allow people to get around controls on internet access.
Conservatives said they would subpoena the chief executives of the social networks, which had blocked an unsubstantiated New York Post article.
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On the third day of the convention, Vice President Mike Pence and other Republicans portrayed Democrats as tolerant of violence and riots. And they continued to try to soften President Trump’s image.