Two key votes, Republican Sen. Susan Collins and Democrat Joe Manchin, both announced Friday they'd be voting "yes" on Kavanaugh's confirmation.
"I believe Brett Kavanaugh is a good man," Sen. Lisa Murkowski told BuzzFeed. "In my view, he’s not the right man for the court at this time."
But Sen. Lisa Murkowski, a key Republican voice, voted no.
This is good for the GOP! At least, that’s what prominent Republicans on Twitter would have you believe.
We're apparently not going to learn any details about "boofing" or playing the "devil's triangle."
"It would — in effect — be appealing the Senate’s verdict directly to the American people.”
"Brett was a sloppy drunk": Kavanaugh's Yale classmates remember his college years a bit differently than he does
At least 5 of Kavanaugh's former classmates have refuted parts of his Senate testimony, especially his drinking habits.
Rep. Rosa DeLauro was just one of many Democratic women and female activists who oppose — or at least want to slow down — Kavanaugh’s confirmation.
“We ought to do what we can to make sure that we do all due diligence with a nomination this important,” Flake said Friday.
Judge’s ex-girlfriend said he once “ashamedly” admitted that he and some boys took turns having sex with a drunk girl.
Even the American Bar Association, which gave Kavanaugh its highest rating, wants an FBI investigation
“Deciding to proceed without conducting an additional investigation would not only have a lasting impact on the Senate’s reputation, but it will also negatively affect the great trust necessary for the American people to have in the Supreme Court."