Orrin Hatch

Miriam Adelson and her husband spent more than $100 million to try to keep Congress in Republican hands. Elvis and Babe Ruth are among other recipients.
Protestors occupied the Hart Senate Building in opposition to Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Home addresses and cellphone numbers mysteriously popped up on Wikipedia as Republican senators questioned Brett Kavanaugh.
The Utah senator's spokesman insisted he meant Blasey had an "attractive personality."
"If you truly respect women, then demonstrate it by honoring our requests to go slowly here," the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints group wrote.
Democrats are “just taking shots in the dark” with the latest accusation against the Supreme Court nominee, one Republican senator said.
Just because someone's a "good guy" doesn't mean he has no skeletons in the closet, the "Daily Show" host says of the Supreme Court nominee.
Searches for Hatch's name had been surfacing a Wikipedia entry indicating the Utah Republican had died in 2017.
“I felt like I shouldn’t have said what I said,” the senator said.