Senator Flake about an hour ago, right after telling the committee he would advance Kavanaugh's nomination out of committee but that he wanted a reopened Federal Bureau of Investigation background check before the full Senate vote.
CNN reporter Elizabeth Landers says Coons became visibly emotional when her colleague Sunlen Serfaty revealed Flake's decision, prompting the Democrat lawmaker to respond: "Oh f*ck". "Look at me when I'm talking to you!"
"What you are doing is allowing someone who actually violated a woman to sit in the Supreme Court!" she alleged. "I've issued my statement", Flake said.
Another protester said, "You have power when so many women are powerless". "And I wanted him to - I had gone to his office because I thought he might - he might be willing to take a step that was beyond, you know, kind of the desire of his party".
Christine Blasey Ford, a psychology professor at Palo Alto University, described a drunken Kavanaugh allegedly forcing himself upon her at a gathering when they were teenagers in her testimony before the Senate panel on Thursday. He'd do so, Flake said, if the vote was delayed a week so the FBI could investigate "credible allegations" against the nominee. "You will here more from me".
They emerged after a few hours of back room talks and Flake made a statement calling for the FBI investigation. That suffocating hand that she says was slammed over her teenage mouth was now replaced with those of disbelieving male senators. And as they shouted at him, and begged him to listen to them, he uncomfortably averted his gaze in the elevator.
"I recognized in Dr. Ford's story that she's telling the truth".
Ana Maria Archila, of New York City, co-executive director of the Center for Popular Democracy, pauses while being interviewed in Washington, Friday, Sept. 28, 2018, on Capitol Hill in Washington. "We held open the elevator and I just started telling him why it was important and what had happened to me and why he should not let Brett Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court". "What are you doing to our country?"
"I was sexually assaulted and nobody believed me!" yelled one woman at Flake. "I was demanding a connection, demanding that he look at us, demanding that he give us real answers", she said.
She begged Flake to look her in the eye.
After four and a half minutes, with security apparently on the way, the door of the elevator is finally allowed to close. Flake had said repeatedly he would only make up his mind after hearing both sides' testimony.
"I don't think he's a person who wants to act because if you do that you can not play the football he plays". Klopp's men are top of the Premier League having won each of their four fixtures so far this season.
However, it is the biggest defeat in Croatia's history, so it was a dismal day for them. "I only see one shirt, the Spain shirt". Spain started the second half with the same intensity as they had in the first half, and it didn't take them long to score.
Protesters with Women's March and others gather in front of the Supreme Court on Capitol Hill in Washington , Sept. 24, 2018. He said he viewed such accusations "differently" because he had "had a lot of false charges made against me".
Barack Obama was still president of the United States the last time Cleveland won a game, which was December 24, 2016. It was clear then that the two don't get along and it was clear once again on Thursday night.
The water hit his feet with such a strong force, it knocked him onto his back and went on to cover more than half the beach . One of the Ionian island's main attractions, Navagio has a shipwreck on the shore and is surrounded by steep cliffs .
Bill Cosby's first meal after being sentenced to a state prison for sexual assault has been revealed and its somewhat ironic. Several of Cosby's alleged victims were in court for the sentencing, including supermodel Janice Dickinson.
The hurricane's top sustained winds have dropped to 85 miles per hour , while it moves slowly toward SC at 6 miles per hour . Those waves were coming from the Neuse River, which is about 25 feet (8 meters) away, and downhill, from his house.
More news about the upcoming service will also be announced during this week's Nintendo Direct livestream event on September 13. In addition to these announcements, Yoshi's debut title on the Nintendo Switch was revealed and it is Yoshi's Crafted World .
If that timetable slips, it would become increasingly hard for Republicans to schedule a vote before the November 6 elections. An attorney for Ford said Monday that Ford is willing to testify about the allegations before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
This latest development comes as Kavanaugh is reportedly set to speak to judiciary committee staffers at 5:30 p.m. Still, the risks of a public hearing starring the all-male lineup of Republicans on the committee could be high.
She said she was able to escape when Kavanaugh's friend, Mark Judge, jumped on top of them, sending all three tumbling. The person "declined to come forward or press the matter further, and I have honored that decision", Feinstein said.
Pogba: Sanchez will deliver at Man United
We are at home, they are three points that we should get. "It's true that maybe we should have showed more hunger in some parts". According to Allardyce, this would be a devastating situation for the club and their manager, Jose Mourinho .
Amazon unveils range of new Echo smart home devices
Amazon has revealed its first Alexa product for the vehicle , with the Echo Auto set to add the voice assistant to your dashboard. Amazon kicked off the smart speaker category in 2014 with the release of its first Echo smart speaker and has dominated it since.
Hurricane Florence lashing Carolinas with heavy rain, flooding
Holt, who has diabetes and clogged arteries, said she stayed for doctor's appointments that were canceled at the last minute. He said the region could see long-term damage to its water quality from the animal waste that gets caught up in the flood.
'Monster' Hurricane Florence Barrels Toward the Carolinas
At 11 a.m., the storm was centered 485 miles (785 kilometers) southeast of Wilmington, North Carolina, moving at 15 mph (24 kph). One trusted computer model, the European simulation, predicted more than 45 inches (115 centimeters) in parts of North Carolina.