Republicans say reopening the FBI investigation is unnecessary because committee members have had the opportunity to question both Kavanaugh and Ford and other potential witnesses have submitted sworn statements.
"I am nobody's pawn", she said.
She was also by his side as her husband was interviewed by Fox News this week about the allegations he is now facing.
Judge told the Judiciary Committee Friday that he would "cooperate with any law enforcement agency that is assigned to confidentially investigate these allegations".
As deferential and hushed as Ms Ford's delivery was, Mr Kavanaugh's was incensed and combative.
Republicans' margin for error in the full Senate is slim.
"Late Thursday, the magazine of the Jesuit religious order in the United States withdrew its endorsement of Kavanaugh, saying the nomination was no longer in the interests of the country and "should be withdrawn".
As The Associated Press notes, "Republicans are concerned, among other reasons, that further investigations could push a vote past the November elections that may switch Senate control back to the Democrats and make consideration of any Trump nominee more hard".
"I have to say that I fear for the future".
Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., asked Kavanaugh during the hearing if he was one of the characters, Bart O'Kavanaugh, in Judge's book called "Wasted: Tales of a Gen X Drunk", which was written in 1997.
REPUBLICAN SEN. TED CRUZ of Texas: "All three of those fact witnesses have stated on the record under penalty of perjury that they do not recall what she is alleging happening".
More than a 1,000 fellow Holton-Arms high school graduates have also lent their support for fellow graduate Dr Ford and their belief in her accusations through a letter presented to Senator Shelley Moore Capito. Instead the nomination that Republicans were rushing for a vote now hangs precariously after one of the most emotionally charged hearings Capitol Hill has ever seen.
Her account, delivered in a soft and sometimes-halting voice, came as the judiciary panel began an extraordinary session that Republicans hope will let them salvage Mr Kavanaugh's chances of joining the high court. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., who has frequently sparred with President Trump, announced he would support the nominee Thursday night.
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In an apparent effort to appeal to senators on the fence, as well as to clear his name and unload on what he described as a deeply unfair and partisan process, Kavanaugh abandoned much of his prepared remarks to blast the proceedings as a "disgrace" and a "circus". He interrupted senators and dismissed some questions with a flippant "whatever".
Rauner's spokesman said the governor was traveling Thursday and did not watch Ford's testimony.
"You have replaced "advice and consent" with "search and destroy," he told the senators, referring to the Constitution's charge to senators" duties in confirming high officials.
Friday's scheduled vote is an effort by Republicans to bring a swift end to a confirmation process roiled by sexual assault allegations, even as Democrats demand more answers.
In an election-season battle that's being waged along a polarised nation's political and cultural fault lines, Trump and most Republicans have rallied behind Kavanaugh.
The federal judge actually cried as he described the toll the allegations have taken on his parents, his wife, and his ten-year-old daughter, repeating that none of them harbor any "ill will" for Ford or her family.
"I want to know what you want to do, judge!" Neither did her staff, she maintained.
In her testimony earlier in the day, Ford - who had told Feinstein in her July letter that the party included "included me and 4 others" - changed the tally, and told senators that there were four boys there, in addition to her female friend.
The 51-year-old mother of two said the incident was seared into her mind through trauma, while admitting some gaps in her memory around the attack.
Mitchell's attempt to draw out a counter-narrative - mainly that Ford was coordinating with Democrats - was disrupted by the panel's decision to allow alternating five-minute rounds of questions from Democratic senators.
Businessman Joseph Shine challenged the court to strike down the law, arguing it was discriminatory against women and arbitrary. In 2015, South Korea's Constitutional Court struck down an adultery law, sending shares in condom maker Unidus soaring.
He began the day with a three shot lead and consolodated that instantly with an opening birdie to move four clear of Rose. In May 2017, Woods was arrested in Florida and charged with driving under the influence.
But with Kavanaugh at the witness table, he made it clear which side he came down on in the extraordinary day of testimony. About 40 minutes into his opening statement , Kavanaugh said, "We never expected that it would devolve into this".
Despite the conciliatory tone, Trump said that Washington would prefer to keep all options - including military ones - open. Maduro arrived in NY for the potential meeting with Trump on Wednesday after initially saying he would not attend UNGA.
In his address previous year to the UN, Trump insulted Mr Kim as a "rocket man" bent on nuclear destruction. Also: "We will not be governed by an worldwide body that is unaccountable to our own citizens".
Current Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto leaves office November 30 and therefore, the clock was ticking to get the deal done. Canada also wanted to keep a NAFTA dispute-resolution process that the US wanted to jettison.
Maddox , a 6-year-old autistic boy who doesn't speak, reportedly vanished from the Gastonia area park on Saturday. Both parents begged the public to call the tip line at 704-869-1075 with any information about their son.
But on Saturday, North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong-ho blamed United States sanctions for the lack of progress since then. Mr Trump grumbled that commentators would cast him as "unpresidential" for describing Mr Kim in such glowing terms.
Some in the audience also grumbled during Trump's remarks when he said "we reject the ideology" of globalism. Only under the guise of foreign interference do the American people feel that they need someone like Trump.
President Joko Widodo said on Saturday that troops were en route to the area to reinforce rescue teams and help retrieve bodies. Indonesia's disaster agency said at least 48 people have been killed from the latest quake but that the figure could rise.
FBI contacts Kavanaugh Yale classmate in its investigation
Blumenthal said he was riveted by Ford's testimony and wanted to hear from the other person alleged to have witnessed the assault. It will also question Mark Judge , a friend of Kavanaugh who Ford said witnessed the assault, and Leland Keyser and P.J.
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Meanwhile, Ronaldo will definitely miss Juve's next Champions League game at home to Young Boys after his sending off. Cristiano Ronaldo is set to face Manchester United despite being sent off on his Champions League debut for Juventus .