Scalia 'Heir' Barrett May Be Open To Reversing Roe V. WadePresident Donald Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court has expressed unease with some landmark rulings, including ones that established a right to abortion, and has suggested in her academic writing that she may be willing to reconsider those decisions.
President Trump Names Chicago Federal Appeals Court Judge Amy Coney Barrett As Supreme Court NomineeThe pick caps a  dramatic reshaping of the federal judiciary that will resonate for a generation and that he hopes will provide a needed boost to his reelection effort.
Longtime Friend Of Amy Coney Barrett Says She Is A Perfect Fit For Supreme CourtPresident Donald Trump is expected to nominate Chicago Judge Amy Coney Barrett for the nation's highest court. 
Judge Amy Coney Barrett, Appeals Court Judge In Chicago, Expected To Be President Trump's Supreme Court NomineeWhile it's possible President Trump might change his mind, sources said at this point Barrett is expected to be announced as his nominee on Saturday at 4 p.m. Chicago time.
Chicago Judge Amy Coney Barrett, A Front-Runner For Supreme Court Vacancy, Hailed By Right, Feared By LeftPresident Donald Trump has said he’ll nominate a woman and Barrett is thought to be at the top of his list of favorites.
Trump Could Announce Supreme Court Replacement, Here's A Look At 2 Women Among The FrontrunnersCBS News has learned two women judges Amy Coney Barrett and Barbara Lagoa are among the frontrunners.
Lightfoot Slams 'Hypocrisy' Of GOP Push To Fill Ginsburg's Supreme Court Seat Before Election; Chicago Judge Among Top Contenders"The hypocrisy of Mitch McConnell, the hypocrisy of Lindsey Graham, they’ll have to have a reckoning with that," Lightfoot said of Senate Republicans' vow to vote on President Trump's nominee for the Supreme Court before the election, contrary to their move to block President Obama's nomination of Merrick Garland in 2016.
Liberals Ready To Fire Back At Trump's Supreme Court PickLiberal groups are already gearing up to oppose Trump's Supreme Court choice--even before the name has been announced.