The case represents a "legal supernova clash" between the rights of LGBTQ people and the First Amendment right to religious liberty, one expert said.
Right away, LGBTQ organizations and individuals began calling out Coney Barrett's use of the term "sexual preference," noting that it was a "dog whistle" to homophobic hate groups. Here's why.
Kellyanne Conway compared the treatment of Christine Blasey Ford to that of a Fabergé egg when she spoke with reporters Wednesday.
In addition to her stunning accusations, it was notable how much time Julie Swetnick spent portraying herself as credible.
As Christine Blasey Ford faces death threats from supporters of Brett Kavanaugh, psychologists weigh in on the people behind them. "[They] feel emboldened to release their innermost worst sadistic selves," says psychiatrist Gail Saltz.
Some people are making a statement with their fashion at this year's Emmy Awards. But Sarah Sophie Flicker, wife of "Glow" director Jesse Peretz, is making the loudest statement of all.
Less than a day after President Trump announced his Supreme Court nominee, female lawmakers in Washington, D.C., say they're gearing up for the "fight of our lives."
Donald Trump announced Brett Kavanaugh as his nominee to replace Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, and here's why it could spell the end of Roe v. Wade.
When President Trump nominated Judge Neil Gorsuch 10 days into his presidency, Gorsuch’s confirmation by the Senate already seemed like a done deal. Not only did Republicans control the Senate, but they also insisted that Gorsuch was the kind of nominee that everyone could easily get behind. Fast forward to today, when the Senate Judiciary Committee stands poised to vote on Gorsuch’s nomination and pass it along for a final vote to the full Senate, where the threat of a filibuster stopping his confirmation looms, the only guarantee is that negative headlines are certain for the Trump White House and Republican lawmakers who promised a much-needed easy win for the new administration’s first 100 days.