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Where Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh stands on a variety of issues

This is how President Trump's second Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, has come down on a variety of issues in his career in politics and in the judicial branch.

New documents released about Kavanaugh, but Trump's high court pick is on track for confirmation

The clash over documents dominates the start of Day 3 of the Supreme Court confirmation hearing.

Kavanaugh sticks to his position on guns, dodges questions about abortion and presidential power

Brett Kavanaugh faces his first questions on the second day of his Supreme Court confirmation hearing.

10 things to watch for in the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearing Wednesday

Republicans and Democrats are gearing up for a fight over Brett Kavanaugh. Here's some of the things we'll be watching for this week.

Kavanaugh's Supreme Court hearing gets off to a combative start as Democrats protest the process

Democratic members of the Senate Judiciary Committee refused to allow the confirmation hearing of Brett M. Kavanaugh to begin, interrupting Republicans and the nominee repeatedly with calls to suspend the proceeding.

Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, goes before GOP-dominated Senate Judiciary Committee

This week’s four-day hearing promises to be contentious at times, but Kavanaugh appears to have the votes from Republicans to be confirmed out of the committee.

Brett Kavanaugh tells Sen. Susan Collins that Roe vs. Wade is ‘settled law.’ Does that mean she’ll confirm him?

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh says Roe vs. Wade is settled law, Maine Sen. Susan Collins said after she met with him Tuesday.

Trump's Supreme Court pick signals skepticism over GOP's latest bid to repeal Obamacare

If Republicans are hoping Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh would help them knock down Obamacare in the courts, they might be in for a surprise.

Why Democrats are talking more about missing Kavanaugh documents than abortion in the Supreme Court battle

Democrats' narrow path to block Judge Brett Kavanaugh, Trump's pick for the Supreme Court, currently hinges on getting Americans to care about a procedural fight over archived documents.

Kavanaugh argued that a president can be impeached for lies, cover-ups and refusing to testify

As a young lawyer, Brett Kavanaugh argued that President Clinton should be impeached for lying and obstruction of justice. Will the same standard be applied to Trump?

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Trump's Supreme Court nominee argued presidents should be shielded from all criminal probes — even questioning

Brett Kavanaugh believes in a strong executive and has questioned whether a president can be subjected to a criminal investigation.

National Archives warns that even the GOP's request for Brett Kavanaugh's record won't be ready until October

The National Archives says it could take until late October to produce the 900,000 documents from part of Judge Brett Kavanaugh's time in the White House, potentially pushing back the Senate timeline for a vote on the president's Supreme Court nominee.

Key GOP senators side with party as Democrats seek documents about Trump's Supreme Court nominee

President Trump's nominee for the Supreme Court appears to be edging closer to confirmation, but Democrats are still fighting for an in-depth look at his record.

Judge Kavanaugh could give conservatives the vote they need to rein in EPA rules on climate change

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, a skeptic on climate change rules, could form a conservative, anti-regulatory majority at the Supreme Court.

Brett Kavanaugh, Trump's Supreme Court pick, could have a major impact on gun laws, rejecting assault-weapon bans

With the addition of a Justice Brett Kavanaugh, the Supreme Court's conservative wing could have the votes to strike down state bans on assault weapons and decree that Americans have a right to carry a gun in public.

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh lauded late Chief Justice Rehnquist for dissenting in Roe vs. Wade and supporting school prayer

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, gave a revealing speech last fall in which he lauded former Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist for having dissented in Roe vs. Wade and for rejecting the notion of “a wall of separation between church and state.”

Brett Kavanaugh, a Washington veteran, is Trump's second pick for the Supreme Court

Judge Brett Kavanaugh is Trump's pick for the open seat on the Supreme Court.

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