Warren responds to ‘arrogant woman’ insult: ‘Was I tough on John Kelly? … You bet I was’

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) on Friday fired back at White House chief of staff John Kelly over reports from the day before that he called her an “impolite arrogant woman” in a 2017 email.”Absolutely most insult…

Native American tribe slams Supreme Court decision upholding North Dakota voter ID law

The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe slammed the Supreme Court’s decision allowing North Dakota to enforce a voter ID law.The law requires voters to present identification that includes a current residential street addres…

Florida House race in dead heat in district Clinton won in landslide

Democratic House candidate Donna Shalala is in a dead heat with Republican challenger, Maria Elvira Salazar, in the race for Florida’s 27th Congressional District, according to a new poll.Shalala trails Salazar by …

Poll: Walker down 10 points in Wisconsin

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) is trailing state schools superintendent Tony Evers by 10 points in his reelection bid, according to an …

Trump lawyers preparing written answers to Mueller questions: CNN

President Trump’s personal legal team is preparing written answers to questions submitted by special counsel Robert Mueller, …

Susan Collins’s Kavanaugh vote sparks calls to boycott Maine products, tourism

Activists upset with Sen. Susan Collins’s vote to confirm Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh say they will inflict economic damage on the Republican senator’s home state by boycotting Maine products and tourism….

Kerry decries ‘broken’ Washington

Former Senator and Secretary of States John Kerry lambasted the current state of Washington in an interview that aired Sunday, railing against the partisanship plaguing Capitol Hill.”Washington is broken. Most Amer…

Former Yale Law School Dean: Kavanaugh’s confirmation an ‘American tragedy’

Former Yale Law School Dean Robert Post slammed Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh for stoking “the fires of partisan rage and male entitlement” in an …

Gubernatorial candidate Kobach connects 9/11 to immigration

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach cited the September 11 terrorist attacks at a campaign rally in Topeka in arguing for tougher immigration policies.Kobach, the Republican nominee for governor in the state know…

Trump: If I fought Biden, ‘it would not last long’

President Trump at a campaign rally in Topeka, Kansas Saturday night said that a fight with former Vice President Joe Biden “would not last long.””Remember he challenged me to a fight. ‘I’d like to take him behind…

Trump: ‘Hundred percent’ Ford named wrong person

President Trump defended Justice Brett Kavanaugh against sexual assault allegations, telling reporters that he was certain his accuser Christine Blasey Ford named the wrong person in a hearing last week in front of the Se…

Kavanaugh sworn in as Supreme Court justice

Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts and former Justice Anthony Kennedy swore Brett Kavanaugh in as an associate justice to the Supreme Court in a private ceremony Saturday evening only hours after the Senate confirme…

Trump: Murkowski’s vote on Kavanaugh was ‘really unacceptable’

President Trump called Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s (R-Alaska) “present” vote on Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court “really unacceptable.””I think she will never recover from this. I think the people from…

Avenatti pushes back after Collins blasts client’s allegations in Senate floor speech

Michael Avenatti, the lawyer representing Julie Swetnick in her allegations of sexual misconduct against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, condemned Sen. Susan Collins’s (R-Maine) remarks Friday slamming Swetnick’s a…

McConnell ‘optimistic’ about Kavanaugh vote after lunch with Collins

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) expressed optimism about the chances of Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court.McConnell made the remarks after he and others in the GOP leadership…

Ford friend has said she was pressured to revisit Kavanaugh statement: report

Leland Keyser, a friend of Christine Blasey Ford, told FBI investigators she was pressured by Ford’s allies to reconsider her initial statement that she was unaware of evidence supporting Ford’s claims of sexual assault a…

Heitkamp releases ad explaining Kavanaugh no vote

Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-N.D.), released a two-minute video explaining why she chose to oppose Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh’s confirmation.Heitkamp…

GOP senator may miss Kavanaugh vote for daughter’s wedding

A GOP senator may miss a Senate confirmation vote for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh this weekend because his daughter is getting married on Saturday.Sen. Steve Daines (R-Mont.) will walk his daughter down t…

Retired Justice Stevens: Kavanaugh should not be confirmed

Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens on Thursday said he does not believe that President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh should be confirmed to the high court.Stevens told a small crowd in B…

Flake on ‘sharp and partisan’ Kavanaugh remarks: ‘We can’t have this on the court’

Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) on Tuesday expressed concerns over what he called Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s “sharp and partisan” exchanges with Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee at a hearing last week, s…