Just hours before Bretty Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court hearings began, the Judiciary Committee received 42,000 pages, we repeat, 42 THOUSAND PAGES, of documents from his time working with President Bush. [The Washington Post]
Then things got worse: Kavanaugh also refused to shake the hand of a father whose daughter was killed in the Parkland shooting last year. [The Guardian]
Enough about Brett for now. Here are eight crime dramas that manage to deliver the grit without relying on violence against women. [The New York Times]
Earlier this week, a completely preventable and totally devastating fire tore through Brazil’s National Museum. Centuries of work were lost. [The Atlantic]
You know this, we know this, and now Glamour is telling the world: Men who scream at work aren’t “passionate”. They’re abusive. [Glamour]
The FBI has a long history of using sex to further its investigations. Their latest attempt with this #MeToo moment is not new behavior, but it’s extremely disturbing. [The Intercept]
This year’s Venice Film Festival features plenty of films about women, starring women, and those that tell women’s stories. It’s just missing one thing: Women storytellers. [Vulture]
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