So much for his “principles.”
Mitch McConnell deployed the so-called nuclear option and blew up the Senate’s filibuster rule to push through this package
Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation was unusually contentious and bitter, but it wasn't an aberration.
The Democrats reportedly now have all 41 votes they need to filibuster Trump's SCOTUS pick.
Unless Trump's pick is named "Merrick Garland," the Democrats aren't having it.
President Obama used the court's deadlocked immigration ruling on Thursday to slam the GOP for refusing to confirm his nominee to replace Antonin Scalia.
The Supreme Court will likely review President Barack Obama's climate change policy, as well as other environmental regulations, and that's gotten green groups focused on the nomination like never before.
If his nomination is approved, Merrick Garland could easily be the deciding vote on the most important abortion rights case in decades—and he has no known record on reproductive issues.
Republicans in the Senate have clandestinely agreed to block Obama's nomination to the Supreme Court. But how will they manage to stall the decision until January, 2017? We have a few ideas.
Merrick Garland is a centrist who has been praised by Republicans in the past—but the GOP has promised to block anyone Obama chooses.