Sexual assault survivors and student activists at George Mason University areprotesting the school's hiring of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh as avisiting professor
Female lawmakers attended President Trump's State of the Union address wearing "suffragist-white" to symbolize women's rights.
The freshman congresswoman teased her unexpected companion on Twitter Saturday afternoon, writing, "Y’all aren’t ready for NY-14’s #StateOfTheUnion guest!"
After a video of the freshman lawmaker dancing was shared on Twitter, sparking both criticism and praise, she told The Hill reporter Olivia Beavers, "It is not normal for elected officials to have a reputation for dancing well and I'm happy to be one."
The surgery Friday — a pulmonary lobectomy — was conducted by a thoracic surgeon, Valerie Rusch, at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
Christine Blasey Ford, the psychology professor who accused Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, presented a Sport's Illustrated award to Rachael Denhollander.
Donald Trump Jr. and Sen. Marco Rubio criticized Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand's tweet, which read, "Our future is female, intersectional, powered by our belief in one another. And we're just getting started."
Weeks after he cried about Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations ruining his life, the Supreme Court Justice is back on the court.
Ford, who has reportedly had to move four times for her safety since publicly coming forward, is an example of what many survivors go through after reporting their experiences.
The university leader aligns with Trump's views on "concealed carry," a practice that allows citizens to carry concealed guns in public.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell described the attorney who will question Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser Christine Blasey Ford as a “female assistant.”
A national walk out is being organized to support Christine Blasey Ford and to protest against Brett Kavanaugh.