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Kavanaugh protesters financed by billionaire Soros: Trump

Washington - US President Donald Trump on Friday accused protesters massing in Washington against the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court of being "paid professionals" funded by billionaire investor and liberal donor George Soros.

'Very scary time' for young American men, says Trump

Washington - US President Donald Trump said Tuesday the reaction to decades-old allegations of sexual assault against his Supreme Court pick Brett Kavanaugh makes it "a very scary time" for young men in the United States.

Key quotes from Supreme Court pick at fraught hearing

Washington - US Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on Thursday angrily denied sexual assault accusations made against him by university professor Christine Blasey Ford, calling the process to appoint him to the high court a "national disgrace.

Trump ready to pull Kavanaugh nomination if convinced judge 'guilty'

New York - US President Donald Trump on Wednesday said he was open to pulling Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination if he finds the evidence against him of sexual assault convincing.

Kavanaugh condemns 'last minute smears' ahead of crunch hearing

Washington - US Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh condemned as "ridiculous" Wednesday the latest allegation that he was involved in sexual abuse as a teen, saying he did not know the accuser."This is ridiculous and from the Twilight Zone.

Who's who in the fight over Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination

Washington - As Judge Brett Kavanaugh fights to salvage his nomination to the US Supreme Court a diverse cast of characters has emerged in the process.

Trump defends Supreme Court pick after sex assault allegation

Washington - US President Donald Trump stood firmly by his Supreme Court pick Brett Kavanaugh Monday after allegations that the conservative judge sexually assaulted a woman when they were teenagers threatened to derail the nomination process.

Trump's Supreme Court pick ready to testify over sex assault allegation

Washington - US President Donald Trump's conservative Supreme Court pick, Brett Kavanaugh, struck back Monday at an allegation that he committed sexual assault as a teenager, saying he was ready to defend his "integrity" before the Senate.

Professor speaks out about 'sexual assault' by Trump Supreme Court pick

Washington - A college professor went public for the first time Sunday to accuse President Donald Trump's Supreme Court pick of sexually assaulting her in the 1980s, prompting calls to postpone the nomination vote.

Trump Supreme Court pick denies 1980s sexual assault story

Washington - President Donald Trump's conservative pick for the Supreme Court Brett Kavanaugh denied Friday involvement in an alleged sexual assault on a woman while they were in high school in the 1980s.

Supreme Court pick Kavanaugh: Bush loyalist, conservative stalwart

Washington - Brett Kavanaugh, Donald Trump's choice to fill a crucial Supreme Court vacancy, is a conservative appellate court judge who has staunchly defended the executive power of the presidency and describes himself as a strict adherent to the US Constitution.

Chaotic opening day hearing for Trump's Supreme Court pick

Washington - The confirmation hearing for US President Donald Trump's Supreme Court pick exploded into political acrimony Tuesday with Democrats demanding a postponement over withheld documents, as the nominee pledged to keep an "open mind" on all cases before the ...

Supreme Court pick Kavanaugh: Bush loyalist, conservative stalwart

Washington - Brett Kavanaugh, tapped by Donald Trump to fill a crucial Supreme Court vacancy, is a robust supporter of the executive power of the presidency, and a jurist who has demonstrated his staunch conservative credentials on multiple occasions.

Trump nominates conservative Brett Kavanaugh to Supreme Court

Washington - President Donald Trump Monday nominated conservative judge Brett Kavanaugh to the US Supreme Court, a decision set to tilt the top judicial body further to the right with momentous implications for American society.A former advisor to George W.
 

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The Roberts Court (April 2017–July 2018). Front row (left to right): Ruth Bader Ginsburg  Anthony ...
The Roberts Court (April 2017–July 2018). Front row (left to right): Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Anthony Kennedy (Retired July 31, 2018), John Roberts (Chief Justice), Clarence Thomas, and Stephen Breyer. Back row (left to right): Elena Kagan, Samuel A. Alito, Sonia Sotomayor, and Neil Gorsuch.
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