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On Politics: Democrats Denounce Limits on Kavanaugh Inquiry

Chad Ludington's Statement on Kavanaugh's Drinking and Senate Testimony

How Today's Hearing Could Affect Kavanaugh's Confirmation

US and Canada Reach Deal to Salvage Nafta

Hit Men and Power: South Africa's Leaders Are Killing One Another

The Week Ahead in New York Politics, October 1

Yale Classmate Accuses Kavanaugh of 'Blatant Mischaracterization' of His Drinking

Limits to FBI's Kavanaugh investigation have not changed, despite Trump's comments

Fury Is a Political Weapon. And Women Need to Wield It.

Elizabeth Warren Says 2020 Presidential Run Is On the Table

Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford Duel With Tears and Fury

10 political podcasts to help you keep your sanity before the midterms

How Do Christians Fit Into the Two-Party System? They Don't

Details of FBI's Kavanaugh Inquiry Show Its Restricted Range

Vandals Strike Again at NJ Home With Political Signs

Kavanaugh Battle Shows the Power, and the Limits, of #MeToo Movement

Text Messages to Jewish Voters Inflame Tense Florida Governor's Race

Brett Kavanaugh Loves His Beer

Florence Silenced North Carolina's Political Rancor. But for How Long?

Kavanaugh Borrows From Trump's Playbook on White Male Anger

Kavanaugh Could Help GOP in Senate Midterms. But Not in House Races.

Andrea Vance: A week of grubby politics in contrast to New York performance

On Politics: This Week's Biggest Stories

A Tumultuous 24 Hours: How Jeff Flake Delayed a Vote on Kavanaugh

On Politics: An Emotional Hearing, With the Supreme Court at Stake

On Politics With Lisa Lerer: How the Kavanaugh Hearing Resonated With Readers

Judge Denies Trump's Request to Dismiss Foreign Payments Lawsuit

A Bitter Nominee, Questions of Neutrality, and a Damaged Supreme Court

At Times, Kavanaugh's Defense Misleads or Veers Off Point

How the FBI Will Investigate the Kavanaugh Accusations

Stepping into political fray, Austin's Bumble buys 'Believe Women' ad in New York Times

New York Times slammed for depicting Ford as calm, Kavanaugh as angry: 'Photos are the perfect liberal narrative'

Mayor Bill de Blasio says his "progressive vision" for New York City can be copied across the country

Jeff Flake Is Confronted on Video by Sexual Assault Survivors

In Cosby and Kavanaugh, #MeToo Moments That Stir Very Different Emotions

Black Female Lawmaker in Vermont Resigns After Racial Harassment

With a Key Vote Secured, Senators Will Advance Kavanaugh's Nomination

Right and Left React to the Kavanaugh-Blasey Hearing

Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford Duel With Tears and Fury

American Bar Association Urges FBI Inquiry Into Kavanaugh

Furious Lindsey Graham Calls Kavanaugh Hearing 'the Most Unethical Sham'

On Politics With Lisa Lerer: He Litigated. She Persuaded.

4 Key Takeaways From the Blasey and Kavanaugh Hearing

She Said. Then He Said. Now What Will Senators Say?

The Power of Pissed-Off Women

Critics eye race, religion in New York campaign attack ads

Critics Eye Race, Religion in New York Campaign Attack Ads

Everything on Brett Kavanaugh, the Accusations and the Fallout

Read Brett Kavanaugh's Prepared Opening Statement

Kavanaugh Testimony Updates: 'You Have Replaced Advice and Consent With Search and Destroy'

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