Trump supporters at an Erie, Pa., rally give their opinions about the #MeToo and #HimToo movements.
Republican Chuck Grassley said that women may not want to be on the Senate Judiciary Committee because it's "a lot of work — maybe they don’t want to do it."
The tussle began on Thursday in a "Morning Joe" broadcast, when Mika Brzezinski called out Kellyanne Conway about her admission of being sexually assaulted.
Chelsea Clinton is defending the daughters of Brett Kavanaugh, who is accused of sexual assault, after a cartoon mocking one girl was published.
Kellyanne Conway compared the treatment of Christine Blasey Ford to that of a Fabergé egg when she spoke with reporters Wednesday.
The letter was called a character smear, sexist, and an attempt to discredit Julie Swetnick's claims.
Trump mocked Brett Kavanaugh's accuser during a Mississippi rally Tuesday night, sparking outrage and accusations of victim-shaming.
"I've got boys, and I've got girls. And when I see what's going on right now, it's scary."
Many felt Graham's comments were an affront to many who felt that the use of the phrase "single white male" was emblematic of rape culture, the sexist undertones of the testimony, and Ford's testimony itself.
The former White House adviser tweeted that she wondered how the president felt about Kavanaugh's emotional testimony in front of the Senate, in which he teared up and sniffled through his opening remarks.
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh appeared to refer to the allegation that he was involved in "gang rapes" several times during his testimony on Thursday, but with a slight tweak: that he’d been accused of being “in gangs."
Throughout Christine Blasey Ford's testimony that Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her in high school, her supporters jammed the phone lines at C-SPAN, sharing their own traumas.
The Kavanaugh hearing, which Sen. Richard Blumenthal called “an amazing teaching moment,” has been playing out in various ways in the world of parenting.
The actress and mother-of-two was a guest of Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein and wore a black dress and a black leather jacket.
Social media was turned off by the sound of Ford's voice, calling her a "Valley Girl," and slamming her "vocal fry," a low-pitched, creaky-like sound caused by the movement of vocal cords during speech.
Hours after Julie Swetnick claimed that Brett Kavanaugh spiked girls' drinks with the intent to assault them in the 1980s, a new person has accused him of physical abuse.
A survey shows 44 percent of men and 56 percent of women were drugged without their knowledge during high school, college, or other times. The most common place? House parties.
In addition to her stunning accusations, it was notable how much time Julie Swetnick spent portraying herself as credible.
Charlotte, Jessica, and Layla, who wrote an open letter of support to Christine Blasey Ford, know what it's like to be 15, and they want boys to know their bodies aren't meant to be taken advantage of.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell described the attorney who will question Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser Christine Blasey Ford as a “female assistant.”
Melania Trump's little black dress has sparked a new fashion conspiracy theory: She's standing in solidarity with sexual assault survivors.
The national walkout was a cross-country demonstration of support for the women who have accused Supreme Court hopeful Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct.