But a level of uncertainty lingered as Collins and Flake spent hours Thursday pouring over confidential Federal Bureau of Investigation documents in the secure basement briefing room long after others had left seemingly satisfied with the findings.
Mr Schumer called for the report to be made public as well as the directive the White House gave the FBI ordering the investigation.
The Senate will hold a procedural vote on the nominee on Friday.
SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh, 53, is doing damage control.
"This is now the 7th time the FBI has investigated Judge Kavanaugh", Trump said in a tweet.
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Carrying signs that read "Women must be heard" or simply "Kava Nope", protesters marched from Washington's District Court to the steps of high court, chanting along the way.
Capitol police said late Wednesday they had charged a former Senate staffer with posting private, identifying information about one or more senators on the internet.
US Capitol Police kept demonstrators at bay by forming a protective barrier around lawmakers walking through corridors.
There was another protest in front of Trump Tower in New York City.
"Confirm Brett!" cries from members of "Women for Kavanaugh" outside the office of Sen. Should Republicans get the majority of votes they need - and Vice President Mike Pence is available to cast the tie-breaker, if necessary - that would set up a decisive roll call on his confirmation, likely over the weekend.
Christine Blasey Ford, her voice sometimes cracking with emotion, appeared in public for the first time to detail her allegation against Kavanaugh, a conservative federal appeals court judge chosen by President Donald Trump for a lifetime job on the top USA court. Ford can't remember key details, Ramirez isn't sure that Kavanaugh was even at the party where he allegedly exposed himself, Swetnick's story has been torn apart by everyone.
The group says Kavanaugh told "outright falsehoods". Republicans did not want to pursue whether Kavanaugh lied to the Senate Judiciary Committee about his alcohol use in high school and college.
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West Virginia Sen. Shelley Moore Capito - like Ford, a graduate of the Holton-Arms School - has said she supports Kavanaugh.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren greets demonstrators protesting US Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on October 4, 2018, in Washington.
Heitkamp has been viewed as a potential swing vote and one of the senators who could decide the fate of the nomination. They accused the White House of limiting the FBI's leeway.
Sen. Bob Corker, a Republican from Tennessee., said nine of the pages were about Mark Judge, the Kavanaugh friend who Ford said also jumped on her while Kavanaugh assaulted her. Judge has said he doesn't recall the incident.
"An FBI supplemental background investigation that did not include an interview of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford - nor the witnesses who corroborate her testimony - can not be called an investigation", her legal team said in a statement.
Busloads of sexual-assault survivors and their supporters came in from across the country, the Huffington Post reports.
Senator Joe Manchin, the only remaining undecided Democrat, said he would finish reading the report this morning.
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Kavanaugh wrote in the opinion piece that his testimony "reflected my overwhelming frustration at being wrongly accused".