March For Our Lives is calling on President Biden to pick a Supreme Court nominee who supports the right of innocent Americans not to be shot.
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson became the first black woman to serve on the federal appellate court in ten years, and now she is the leading contender to be President Biden's SCOTUS nominee.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said that President Biden's Supreme Court nominee will get a prompt hearing in the Senate, which is possible because Mitch McConnell changed the filibuster.
What’s next in the Senate, now that Justice Stephen Breyer is stepping down.
The West Virginia senator has become even more important.
Biden promised to nominate a Black woman to the Supreme Court. Now he has his chance.
Sorry, Hillary. Sorry, Liz Cheney. Sorry, imitation Sorkin pundits.
Republicans are congealing in opposition to democracy. Democrats are consolidating in support of it.
The president’s promise highlights a group that has struggled to become part of the very small pool of elite judges in the nation’s higher federal courts.
Given their tenuous majority, Democrats intend to act fast, anticipating roadblocks from Senator Mitch McConnell and Republicans.
President Biden has promised to nominate a Black woman for his first pick. Republicans won’t be able to use the filibuster, but his pick isn’t guaranteed an easy confirmation.
Breyer, the court’s oldest justice, has been under unprecedented pressure to retire while Democrats have narrow control of the Senate.
In the short term, not much.
Manchin and Sinema have had no problem this year bucking their party on big votes.
President Joe Biden received a much-needed political opening on Wednesday. But neither he, nor anyone close to him, appeared ready to celebrate it.
With the midterms approaching, Senate Republicans are likely to oppose the nomination -- whoever it is -- and use it to rally the base. Biden should be able to ignore all of that -- if he has the support of Manchin and Sinema, writes Julian Zelizer.
Two sources close to the Congressional Black Caucus said that Jackson is viewed as a favorite. | Kevin Lamarque/Pool via AP Ketanji Brown Jackson Ketanji Brown Jackson, 51, has been widely consider...
One source familiar with the matter said Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer wants to move the nominee along a similar timeline that Republicans used to confirm Justice Amy Coney Barrett. Barrett ...
Breyer’s move comes after more than a year of pressure from liberal legal activists who urged the appointee of President Bill Clinton to step aside to give Biden a chance to name a jurist who could...
House Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-S.C.) predicted Wednesday that potential Supreme Court nominee J.
Democrats Should Ignore Manchin and Sinema | RealClearPolitics
Geraldo Rivera said that Vice President Kamala Harris would be "terrific" on the Supreme Court on Fox News' "The Five" Wednesday.
MSNBC anchor Joy Reid said, Wednesday on her show "The ReidOut" that it was "scandalous" that Supreme Court Associate Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Clarence Thomas were on the Supreme Court deciding abortion cases. | Clips