The arrest comes two days after the husband of Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, said he received a threatening letter that referred to Collins' support for Kanvanaugh, and which claimed to be tainted with the deadly toxin ricin
Short-term thinking has poisoned the political environment, making it impossible for lawmakers to manage today's problems, from Supreme Court confirmations to the national debt.
A transcript of an Oval Office interview Tuesday with President Donald Trump by AP White House reporters Catherine Lucey, Zeke Miller and Jonathan Lemire.
The case could have broader implications for social media and other media outlets. In particular, a broad ruling from the high court could open the country's largest technology companies up to First Amendment lawsuits.
Here's what happened this week — Rising interest rates spook markets and send stocks into a tailspin; Brett Kavanaugh is confirmed to the Supreme Court; Hurricane Michael devastates the Florida Panhandle and United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley resigns.
A number of ethics complaints filed against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh have yet to be resolved and will be transferred to a new jurisdiction, Chief Justice John Roberts wrote in a letter Wednesday.
Just three days after he was narrowly confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court despite facing allegations of sexual assault, Brett Kavanaugh is set to take his seat on the bench on Tuesday morning, solidifying a conservative majority for years to come.
Brett Kavanaugh said on Monday that he was starting his new job without bitterness, seeking to set a new tone after the divisive process.
Terry Haines of Evercore ISI and Chuck Gabrial of Capital Alpha Partners discuss the impact new Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh could have on business and the markets.
The lawyer, who has recently begun speaking at Democratic fundraisers as he considers a presidential run in 2020, is defending himself against accusations that his client Julie Swetnick's allegations actually helped Kavanaugh over the line.
While the president has championed tough measures against some criminals, he has also assailed law enforcement tactics used to target his own supporters and business associates.
President Donald Trump discussed Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court confirmation and how it was a hoax set up by the Democrats as he prepared to board Air Force One with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
Brett Kavanaugh was sworn in on Saturday as the 114th Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, after the Senate voted confirm his nomination amid an emotional, weeks-long debate.
In the current divisive political environment, Kagan said the court needs to be seen as "above the fray" to preserve its legitimacy. Sotomayor agreed.
Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, seemed to refer to a theory first broached by a Washington Post columnist and later promoted by conservative pundits and Kavanaugh himself: Perhaps the accusations against the judge were a case of mistaken identity.
Here's what happened this week — Senate Republicans win key cloture vote in a squeaker to advance Kavanaugh; US closes trade deal with Canada and Mexico plus China is accused of chip hacking to spy on U.S. companies.
CNBC's Ylan Mui reports Republican Senator Susan Collins has announced her support of Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court, all but ensuring he'll be confirmed.
NEW YORK, Oct 5- An Irish national on Friday pleaded guilty to U.S. charges that he helped run the now-defunct Silk Road, an online black market where illegal drugs and other goods were bought and sold. Davis said his work for Silk Road included "helping the site run smoothly" and providing customer support. Ireland's Supreme Court rejected those arguments, and he was...
Collins revealed her decision Friday afternoon, hours after a key procedural vote in the confirmation process. Minutes after her announcement, West Virginia Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin said he would also vote yes on Kavanaugh.
Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, is expected to announce on Friday how she will vote on Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court in a 3 p.m. ET speech on the floor of the Senate.