Brett Kavanaugh

supreme court

Supreme Court Could Accept Its First Abortion Case with Kavanaugh on the Bench

The Supreme Court is currently deciding if it will weigh in on a longstanding battle over whether states can block funds to Planned Parenthood.
Marie Solis
10.26.18
LGBTQ

Trump's DOJ Tells Supreme Court It's Fine to Discriminate Against Trans Workers

President Donald Trump's Department of Justice told the Supreme Court it doesn't consider anti-trans workplace discrimination a violation of federal law.
Marie Solis
10.25.18
witchcraft

Hexing Brett Kavanaugh Was the Healing I Needed

The Catland-organized hex on Brett Kavanaugh was an act of solidarity with survivors, a ritual to harness our rage and allow it to destroy something other than ourselves.
Sara David
10.23.18
Religion

An Exorcist Is Now Trying to Protect Kavanaugh from Brooklyn Witches' Hex

An exorcist in California is holding a Mass to protect Brett Kavanaugh from the "evil" of a ritual hex set to curse him this weekend.
Leila Ettachfini
10.18.18
witchcraft

Ritual to Hex Kavanaugh Is So Popular That Witches Organized Another One

After more than 10,000 people expressed interest in the ritual to hex Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh on Facebook, creators of the event are giving witches everywhere another opportunity.
Sara David
10.16.18
supreme court

Activists Made BrettKavanaugh.com into a Resource for Sexual Assault Victims

Grassroots organization Fix the Court bought BrettKavanaugh.com, .net, and .org to declare "We believe survivors."
Marie Solis
10.10.18
#metoo

When Believing Women Isn't Enough to Help Them

"Believe women" became the #MeToo movement's rallying cry, but some say simply believing women may not be enough to accomplish the transformative change feminists imagine.
Marie Solis
10.9.18
supreme court

What Would It Take for Brett Kavanaugh to Be Impeached?

Democrats could investigate newly confirmed Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh if they regain control of the House in November—but the threshold for impeachment is high.
Marie Solis
10.9.18
supreme court

As Kavanaugh Prepares for First Case, Ford Receives 'Unending' Death Threats

A steady stream of death threats has left Christine Blasey Ford unable to return to her home weeks after coming forward with sexual assault allegations against Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Marie Solis
10.8.18
supreme court

Kavanaugh Confirmed to the Supreme Court Despite Sexual Assault Allegations

Christine Blasey Ford's sexual assault allegations against Brett Kavanaugh weren't enough to keep senators from voting to confirm him on Saturday.
Marie Solis
10.6.18
#metoo

#MeToo, a Movement Reliant on Reporting, Reveals the Limits of Journalism

Because of legal obligations, writing—and reading—journalism about #MeToo means suspending belief in people who come forward about sexual assault.
Sadie Graham
10.5.18
politics

302 Protestors Arrested at Capitol as Kavanaugh Confirmation Approaches

Women’s March activists overwhelmed the US Capitol, alongside politicians like Sen. Elizabeth Warren and celebrities like Emily Ratajkowski, who was arrested with comedian Amy Schumer.
Diana Tourjée
10.5.18