Schiff said that while he supports "doing away with" the Electoral College, "discrete changes" to the Constitution that attack Citizens United are much more likely to happen.
Court-packing will lead America to a very dangerous dead end.
"Your promise was that no judicial nominee should be approved during the last year of an election," Harrison told Graham during their first debate.
McKinnon paid a touching tribute to the late feminist icon in Saturday Night Live's 46th season premiere.
Consumer searches for Ruth Bader Ginsburg-themed merchandise exceeded 17,000 on one platform the day after her death.
"It was a very excellent opportunity for me to understand the judicial philosophy of Judge Barrett," the Utah Republican said after the meeting.
Students are excited to see Judge Amy Coney Barrett's name nominated for the Supreme Court in a move that will shake up the exclusively Ivy League bench.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) posted a tweet peddling shirts with "Notorious A.C.B." on them moments after President Donald Trump announced Barrett was his Supreme Court nominee.
"Mostly, I'm looking for somebody that can interpret the Constitution as written," the president said.
The fierce political gamesmanship over Ruth Bader Ginsburg's seat could ultimately be good for our country and for the Court too. Here's why
Barrett was seen leaving her home with her family to take a Gulfstream jet to Washington, D.C.
Visitors searching for AmyConeyBarrett.com are redirected to a web page by Demand Justice.
After he is expected to announce his Supreme Court nominee, the president will hold a rally in Pennsylvania that the governor has criticized for not following COVID guidelines.
Rep. Val Demings spoke about the possibility of impeachment and court packing as ways to prevent Trump from appointing a new Supreme Court justice.
Mothers are facing impossible expectations in the COVID-19 pandemic—and it hurts all of us. Employers and national leaders must take action.
Bryant Johnson, Ruth Bader Ginsburg's longtime personal trainer, honored the late trailblazer with pushups before her casket as she lay in state in the U.S. Capitol.
It is rare for members of the Big Four—the top leaders in both chambers—to miss such historic and significant ceremonies at the Capitol, particularly for those who lie in state.
People who once belonged to the self-described charismatic Christian community told Newsweek women are expected to be "absolutely obedient" to their husbands as well as male leaders.
The serving U.S. Court of Appeals judge is considered the frontrunner to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died last week.
48 percent of Democrats backed increasing the number of Supreme Court justices while only 20 percent of Republicans approved of the proposal.
Jamie Harrison's campaign received a massive surge of donations following the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
The president and first lady Melania Trump stood near Ginsburg's casket while a crowd could be heard chanting loudly "vote him out."
Appointing Barrett could well result in the overturning of Roe v. Wade, and the assault on sexual and reproductive rights will not stop there.
The same group of demonstrators who protested outside Senator Lindsey Graham's house earlier this week surrounded Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's home in Washington D.C. early Thursday morning.
The Senate minority leader said McConnell would "hurt his party" by trying to fill Ruth Bader Ginsburg's vacant Supreme Court seat.
Amy Coney Barrett is reportedly one of the potential Supreme Court nominees at the top of President Donald Trump's list to replace former Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Governor Larry Hogan said pushing through Trump's nominee would be "a mistake," adding that the Senate shouldn't play "partisan games" with the process.
If Ruth Bader Ginsburg was the Notorious RBG, Jimmy Carter was a masterful MC, nominating her—and a number of other pathbreaking women to the Second, Third, Fifth, Tenth, Eleventh, and D.C. Circuit Courts of Appeal.
Several of Ginsburg's former clerks met her casket and accompanied it up the stone steps to the Supreme Court's Great Hall, where the celebrated jurist presided for almost 30 years.