Justice Sotomayor Is 'Turning Pages' With Her New Children's Book"The most successful thing I've done in my life is being successful while bringing all of my family and friends with me."
Dems Want Delay Of Kavanaugh Vote After Accuser Comes ForwardThe woman who went public, Christine Blasey Ford, previously described the alleged incident in a letter to Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the ranking member of the committee.
Sen. Feinstein Refers Kavanaugh Matter To Federal AuthoritiesThe first step in Kavanaugh's confirmation is highly expected to pass out of committee on a straight party-line vote.
Trump Administration Withholds 100,000 Pages Of Kavanaugh RecordsSenator Schumer said the decision to withhold the documents "has all the makings of a cover-up."
Justice Department Sides With Asian-Americans Suing Harvard Over Admissions PolicyBoth sides have an eye toward the Supreme Court, which first allowed for racial affirmative action in a landmark 1978 case.
Senator Schumer Wants To Delay Kavanaugh ConfirmationSchumer argues that Kavanaugh has refused to answer whether President Donald Trump can be forced to comply with a subpoena.
Dem Questions If Supreme Court Would Force Trump To Comply With A Subpoena"Legally, it's clear: You can't ignore a subpoena, even if you're the president of the United States."
LGBT Advocates Fear Kavanaugh's Votes On Gay Rights IssuesThe high court is likely to confront a range of LGBT issues, perhaps as early as the coming term.
Supreme Court nominees And The Art Of The SchmoozeWith cameras flashing, the nominee extends his or her hand to a senator and the two pose awkwardly for a photo.
Brett Kavanaugh Is Trump's Supreme Court NomineePresident Trump announced Monday evening that he is nominating Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court seat being vacated by retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy.
President Trump To Announce Supreme Court NomineePresident Donald Trump is expected to announce his nominee for the Supreme Court.
Battle Already Brewing Over Trump's Next Supreme Court PickSenate Democrats joined protesters outside the Supreme Court on Thursday, vowing to block the president's nominee for the Supreme Court after Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement a day earlier.