Amy Coney Barrett
She’ll face a flurry of cases that touch on some of the most divisive issues in American life: abortion, healthcare, and LGBTQ rights.
President Trump's third appointee gives conservatives a dominant 6-3 majority on the nation’s highest court.
Looks like it's just Susan Collins now, after Lisa Murkowski pulled a big flip-flop, despite her issues with the rushed process to get Barrett on the Supreme Court.
The Senate Judiciary Committee held the vote without any Democratic members present.
“I believe that racism persists in our country, but as I explained at the hearing, whether there is ‘systemic racism’ is a public policy question of substantial controversy," she wrote.
She joined an opinion that reversed a $6.7 million lawsuit because “no reasonable jury could find the sexual assaults were in the scope of his employment.”
In an interview with '60 Minutes,' Fauci said he believes the president “equates wearing a mask with weakness.”
Sen. Dianne Feinstein managed to infuriate liberals even more when she praised Graham for his "leadership."
Barrett repeatedly dodged questions during her confirmation hearing, but here's what she did say.
A People of Praise coordinator said people couldn’t belong if they admitted to “ongoing, deliberate, unrepentant wrongdoing,” which could include gay sex or sex between unmarried people.
Trump's nominee for the Supreme Court agreed that "no one is above the law," but that's as far as she went.
Amy Coney Barrett Was 'Not Aware' the Group She Spoke For 5 Times Tried to Criminalize Homosexuality
The SPLC defines the Alliance Defending Freedom as a hate group and said its associated officials have linked homosexuality to pedophilia.