Some of the Supreme Court nominee's classmates at Yale took issue with Brett M. Kavanaugh’s description of his younger self as a churchgoer and focused student, saying they knew him as a heavy drinker.
Rather than tread cautiously amid sexual assault allegations and the #MeToo movement, conservative forces have gone on the offensive — speaking darkly of a Democratic smear campaign and attacking the credibility of Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh’s accusers.
The deputy attorney general told the White House he was willing to quit if President Trump wouldn’t disparage him.
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The president had long accused American leaders of being taken advantage of by foreign counterparts. But on Tuesday, he was the one who suffered the indignity.
More than a dozen women who alleged abuse by Cosby crowded into the courtroom to listen as his sentence was pronounced following his April conviction on charges of drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand, a Temple University basketball official he was mentoring.
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A former New York Times food critic defends her opinion of the beloved sweetener.
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Chelsea Cain blamed “sexist jerks” for pushing her off social media after Marvel Comics canceled her “Mockingbird” series. But while she was keeping quiet online, she was creating another superhero title that will debut this week.
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