The allegations of sexual assault against the Supreme Court nominee are energizing GOP voters ahead of the pivotal November midterms.


A registered Republican, Mitchell has worked for the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office for 26 years.

Republicans want to see the former FBI deputy director’s memos, which indicated Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein suggested secretly recording President Trump.

In brief remarks after his United Nations speech, the president called the allegations of sexual misconduct “a con game being played by the Democrats.”

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World leaders stumble upon a potent response to Trump’s claims: Laughter

Trump appeared caught off-guard by the laughter.

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The virginity defense is a reminder of our ignorance about sexual violence

Someone can abstain from sexual intercourse yet still commit a sexual assault.

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The problematic things politicians have said (so far) about the Kavanaugh allegations

The president just tried to box Kavanaugh's accuser into an impossible standard of proof.

A former professor who testified at Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing also has said he backs an examination of the charges.

The president declared that he had made more progress than ‘almost any other administration in the history of our country’ — prompting audible laughs in the chamber.

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In this edition: The Kavanaugh problem for red state Democrats, Rick Scott hitting red tides in Florida, health-care double-talk, and how to Be A Hero.

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.

A side-by-side comparison of Canadian and U.S. districts.

Trump praised the "sovereignty" of a country that's rolled back democratic processes and civil liberties.

A pivotal new hearing on the nominee is set for Thursday after allegations of sexual misconduct.

The billionaire was primarily focused on the House.

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The who, what and where of what has been alleged.

U.S. Trade Representative Robert E. Lighthizer said negotiators facing a self-imposed Sept. 30 deadline are “sort of running out of time” to include Canada in a new North American trade deal. If the remaining gaps cannot be bridged in the next few days, the administration will request congressional approval of a deal with Mexico only, […]

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He's the one alleged eye-witness to what Christine Blasey Ford has alleged occurred. Yet he will not be there Thursday.

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She's right -- Trump has no trouble believing victims when the person accused is a political rival.

In his U.N. address Tuesday, Trump is expected to criticize Iran, but he says a meeting might be possible in the future.

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