On Monday, the Supreme Court made two notable decisions related to voting and voting rights that promise major ramifications for the 2018 midterms and beyond.
On his first day as a Supreme Court justice, Neil Gorsuch asked 22 questions, more than any other justice making his or her first appearance on the highest court in the land. Because Gorsuch also wants so badly to imitate the justice he replaced, the late Antonin Scalia, he was also aggressive in his questioning and…
After the Republicans adjusted the rules in their favor, the Senate voted Friday to confirm Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. Gorsuch, 49, will become the 113th justice to the highest court in the land and will serve a lifetime appointment, which means he’ll be messing shit up for possibly the next 30-40 years.
Senate Democrats successfully filibustered the confirmation of Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch, sparking a series of contentious moves that will likely result in ... well ... the confirmation of Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch.
A few weeks ago, when a day of Senate hearings on Donald Trump’s nominee for the vacant seat on the U.S. Supreme Court ended on what was described as a “confrontational note,” Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) said that Democrats would filibuster the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch, and on Monday,…
On Wednesday the U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously that school districts must provide students with disabilities the opportunity to make “appropriately ambitious” progress in their education, and that decision will likely have an impact on the 6.5 million students with disabilities in the United States.
Admittedly, I watch congressional hearings even when I’m not covering them. I also watch Supreme Court confirmation hearings, but not because I believe anything will change because of them. It’s like watching professional wrestling: We all know the fights are scripted, but it doesn’t stop us from cheering for a winner.
NBC News has responded to criticism of the exit of “Today” co-anchor Tamron Hall by indicating that it would accept an offer by the National Association of Black Journalists to discuss the issue.
Tamron Hall, the first black woman to co-host “Today,” is leaving NBC and MSNBC despite a multimillion-dollar offer to stay and a pledge for an expanded role on other shows, official and unofficial sources said Wednesday.
So it turns out that back when Judge Neil Gorsuch—you know, President Pee-Pee’s nominee for the Supreme Court—was just a high school student, he founded the Fascism Forever Club.
President Donald Trump announced Tuesday evening that he had selected U.S. Circuit Judge Neil Gorsuch to fill the Supreme Court vacancy left by Associate Justice Antonin Scalia. So just who is Neil Gorsuch?
Amid the resulting commotion from his latest executive actions, President Donald Trump announced Monday that at 8 p.m. Tuesday he would announce his pick to replace late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.