Brett Kavanaugh Sworn In As Supreme Court JusticeIn a final vote of 50-48, the senate officially added President Trump's pick as the ninth member of the nation's highest court.
Kavanaugh Accuser Christine Blasey Ford Agrees To Speak Before Senate Judiciary CommitteeDr. Christine Blasey Ford and the Senate Judiciary Committee have agreed to hold a public hearing Thursday so that she can share details of her accusations, CBS News reports.
Kavanaugh Open To 'Refute' Sex Accusations To Senate Judiciary CommitteeSupreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh issued a new denial Monday morning in response to a woman's allegation that he assaulted her when they were both in high school.
Woman Details Assault Accusation Against Supreme Court Nominee KavanaughThe woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct when they were teenagers has come forward with graphic details.
Kavanaugh's Lips Sealed On White House Subpoenas, Pardons In Confirmation Hearing Day 2Senators immediately peppered Kavanaugh with questions into how the judge would rule as part of the nation’s highest court.
SCOTUS Nominee Brett Kavanaugh Faces Contentious Day 1 Of Senate Confirmation HearingsThe Senate was given an additional 42,000 pages of documents about Brett Kavanaugh the night before confirmation hearings were due to start.
Trump Has SCOTUS Shortlist Down To 4 Possible NomineesPresident Donald Trump has begun interviewing possible nominees for the Supreme Court seat that will become open when Justice Anthony Kennedy retires at the end of the month.
Buying Online May Cost More As SCOTUS Reverses Rule On State Sales TaxThe Supreme Court ruled that states can compel retailers to collect sales taxes even if they don't have a physical presence in the state.
Thousands Gather In Central Park To Kick Off Gay Pride Weekend5,000 people hit the pavement for the 5-mile run, the largest LGBT sporting even in NYC.
Supreme Court Decision On Voting Rights Act Greatly Impacts New York CityChanges in New York election law will no longer have to be pre-cleared by the Department of Justice. That's the effect of the high court’s ruling that struck down a part of the Voting Rights Act that since 1965 has protected minority voters.