Julia Conley, staff writer
"There is not a single person in the United States—not the president and not anyone else—whose job description includes slandering women they sexually assaulted," Carroll's lawyers said.
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Amy Coney Barrett (R), U.S. President Donald Trump's nominee for associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, listens as Trump speaks during an announcement ceremony at the White House on September 26, 2020 in Washington, D.C.
"Judge Barrett has demonstrated that she will march in lock step with President...
Brett Wilkins, staff writer
Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett has come under fire for her anti-abortion views. (Photo: Caroline Brehman/Getty Images)
"Trump said he's only nominating justices who'll end Roe and criminalize...


Creepy Brett Kavanaugh
If you were busy today and therefore unable to see Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's opening remarks and subsequent testimony on Thursday—but wanted to because you thought they might somehow vindicate him from the charges levied against him by multiple women who say he sexually assaulted them or make him look like somebody who should receive a lifetime appointment to the nation's highest court—some videos of his testimony are below but we don't suggest you watch them: Or this exchange...