From New York Times reporters Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly, a deeper look at the formative years of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and his confirmation.
Robin Pogrebin is a reporter on the New York Times's
Culture Desk, where she covers the art world and cultural
institutions--exploring the internal politics, finances, and
governance of museums, auction houses, galleries, and performing
arts organizations. She has covered the media for the Business Desk
and city news for the Metro Desk. Prior to the Times, she
was a reporter at the New York Observer and an associate
producer at ABC News for Peter Jennings's documentary unit. She
attended Riverdale Country School in New York and graduated from
Yale College in 1987.
Kate Kelly is a reporter for the New York Times who covers Wall Street. She is also an experienced television broadcaster and the author of Street Fighters, the bestselling account of the bank failure that touched off the financial crisis. Her reporting focuses on big banks, the worlds of trading and lending, and the crucial players setting financial policy both in business and in politics. Prior to the Times, she worked at the New York Observer, the Wall Street Journal, and CNBC. She attended the National Cathedral School in Washington and graduated from Columbia College in 1997.
"At last, the deep, serious, and complete story of Brett Kavanaugh. All of us subject to the Supreme Court must read it." --Gloria Steinem
"A revision that adds to the existing story rather than
fundamentally changing it." --The Atlantic
"Pogrebin and Kelly uncovered crucial information about the hurried (or nonexistent) FBI investigations into both Blasey Ford and Ramirez's allegations before Kavanaugh was added for life to the Supreme Court." --The Cut