Trump has announced he will reveal his choice to replace conservative Justice Antonin Scalia, who died last February, at the White House at 8 p.m.
Chuck Schumer: "If they don’t appoint someone who is really good, we are going to oppose them tooth and nail."
Trump previously unveiled a list of 21 conservative jurists he would consider for the job.
If Hillary Clinton wins the presidency, it's uncertain whether Republicans would allow a vote on Merrick Garland this year—or if she would nominate a new jurist.
State law will remain in effect that blocks third parties from collecting early ballots and delivering them to election offices.
A 15-year-old girl was forced to travel to Manchester, England, to terminate her pregnancy.
Virginia case concerns a school district that's fighting to prevent a female-born transgender student from using the boys' bathroom.
The European Court of Human Rights, in Strasbourg, has a much better proportion of female judges.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court had halted a special prosecutor's investigation into whether conservative groups colluded with Walker's campaign to evade finance laws.
At issue is whether the government must prove that the source of tips received a tangible benefit in order to prevail on insider trading cases.
The court is allowing a Virginia school board to block a student who was born a girl from using the boys' bathroom while a legal fight over transgender rights proceeds on appeal.
Monday's expected decision will be the first abortion decision issued by the court in 9 years.
Court's statement affirming a ruling that blocks Obama's immigration plan sure to inspire reformers this fall.
The big questions about how Americans buy and sell guns—including the controversial AR-15 rifle—are likely to be settled in the courts rather than in the still-paralyzed Congress.
Conservative officials from 11 states sued the federal government on Wednesday to overturn a directive that transgender students be allowed to use the bathroom matching their gender identity.
A five-vote liberal majority on the court would enable President Clinton to remake the United States.
Six of them are judges who were appointed to federal appeals courts around the country by Republican former President George W. Bush. The other five serve on various state supreme courts.
Many viewers turned to YouTube after the Facebook live stream ended abruptly.
“Chief, you're fired. I am displeased with your work as chief justice. I wouldn't hire you to clean a courthouse in Poughkeepsie!"
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