Watch Supreme Court nominees dodge the abortion question since 1980
A short history of SCOTUS nominees not answering the questions they're being asked.
WATCH LIVE: Brett Kavanaugh’s Senate confirmation hearing to the Supreme Court
Opening statements are off to a contentious start.
Trump’s Supreme Court pick has states already preparing for the end of Roe v. Wade
Efforts are underway in at least five states to either protect or restrict abortion action if Roe v. Wade disappears.
Trump’s Supreme Court pick has a history of tossing out Obama’s environmental regulations
Brett Kavanaugh wants Congress to set the laws — not the EPA.
Will Trump's Supreme Court pick overturn Roe v. Wade?
Two of Brett Kavanaugh's key dissents indicate he could become a sympathetic ear to legal challenges over abortion access and contraception.
5 ways Brett Kavanaugh could swing the Supreme Court to the right
A new conservative majority on the Supreme Court could reshape abortion, gay rights, the death penalty, affirmative action, and environmental policy.
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Everything You Need to Know About Brett Kavanaugh's Anti-Choice Record
Just last year, Kavanaugh ruled against an immigrant teen in federal custody seeking an abortion.
This Is Trump's Supreme Court Now and for a Long Time to Come
His selection of Brett Kavanaugh is the reason many conservatives voted for Donald Trump. It will cast a long shadow.
What you need to know about Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh
He clerked for Anthony Kennedy, served as a lawyer on the Starr investigation, and just recently ruled in favor of the Trump administration.
Trump nominates Brett Kavanaugh to replace Anthony Kennedy on Supreme Court
Kavanaugh will undoubtedly solidify a more conservative majority on the court.
5 ways Trump’s Supreme Court pick could reshape America
Without Justice Kennedy, the Supreme Court could shift on issues like abortion, gay rights, and the death penalty.
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Democrats can’t decide how hard they want to fight Trump’s Supreme Court nominee
So far, the Democratic response to Anthony Kennedy's impending retirement has been more scattered than united.