The president's legal losses are mounting, with a handful of recent significant defeats on issues as diverse as TikTok and sexual assault charges, in addition to his dismal record on election-related lawsuits. And the rulings have come from judges across the political spectrum.
The Trump campaign plans to appeal the decision, but the Pennsylvania AG called the decision a "victory" for voters.
Since taking office in 2017, President Donald Trump has had a large and likely lasting impact on the federal judiciary. But it is neither historic nor unprecedented, as both his critics and supporters claim it is.
The Senate Majority Leader said five district court judges are set to be approved and he expects senators to return to Washington for work Monday.
Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Maureen O'Connor, a Republican, called her own political party's statement "a blatant and unfounded attack on the independence of the Ohio judiciary."
A formal complaint has been filed against Judge Mark Tranquilli, who is alleged to have engaged in racist misconduct in court, including an incident where he dubbed a Black juror "Aunt Jemima."
Replacing President Trump with Joe Biden would do tremendous damage to the pro-life movement.
New Jersey Judge John Russo Jr. allegedly violated the Code of Judicial Conduct four times over including for personal meddling in judicial matters.
"These are nominees that we're seeing who are not just inimical to LGBT protections but to civil rights generally," a senior attorney with Lambda Legal said.
This week, the Senate confirmed eight of Trump's nominees. As it now stands, Trump has 51 more judicial nominees pending before the Senate.
The daily EOIR news briefing, which is distributed to all 440 immigration judges in the U.S., this week contained a blog post from a white nationalist website.
Mary Rowland has been called "a rare bright spot" among Trump's many anti-LGBT judicial picks.
"The House leadership needs to urinate or get off the pot," Kennedy said of Democrats considering impeaching President Donald Trump.
Senator Tom Cotton, an Arkansas Republican, repeatedly blamed "unelected justices" of the U.S. Supreme Court for establishing abortion rights that he said should be set by legislatures.
"The refusal by some nominees to say that [Brown v. Board of Ed] was correctly decided sends a dangerous signal to all Americans—especially African Americans," wrote Vanita Gupta, president and CEO of The Leadership Conference in a letter to Senate.
"There's definitely tension. It's so thick you couldn't even cut through it with a knife. You're gonna need a chainsaw."
President Donald Trump has installed a record number of federal appeals court judges in his first two years in office.
"The Voice" Season 16 Blind Auditions night 3 airs Monday evening. Check out our recap and results including who made it onto a team, here.
Only one episode of 'RuPaul's Drag Race' Season 11 has aired thus far and it's already painfully clear the stakes are high for the competing queens.
The Voice" Season 16 Blind Auditions night 2 airs Monday evening. Check out our recap and results including who made it onto a team, here.
Oh, and there's a new queen of shade permanently joining the usual show regulars.
"If confirmed, do you intend to end your membership with this organization to avoid any appearance of bias?" Senator Mazie Hirono asked.
Democratic Senator Mazie Hirono said Tuesday that Democrats "need to speak to the heart" instead of conveying to Americans how much liberals know about issues.
Republican Senator John Cornyn indicated GOP lawmakers could be open to voting on protecting special counsel Robert Mueller—for a price.