Masterpiece Cakeshop owner Jack Phillips has filed a lawsuit in Denver’s federal court claiming his constitutional rights to freedom of speech, religion, equal protection and due process have been violated.
Support for the landmark Supreme Court ruling legalizing abortion is at an all-time high, according to a new poll.
"Special counsels are an entirely different creature," one law expert said in response to Kavanaugh's desire to get rid of independent counsels.
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Kavanaugh was praised by Yale Law School, from which he graduated in 1990.
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh needs 51 votes in the Senate to be confirmed, but a handful of lawmakers will be crucial to the process.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh's nomination "will threaten the lives of millions of Americans for decades to come and will morph our Supreme Court into a political arm of the right-wing Republican Party,” Terry McAuliffe said.
President Trump picked Kavanaugh as his Supreme Court nominee.
Trump chose Brett Kavanaugh as his pick to replace retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy.
Expert Jerzy Targalski brushed the bushy tail away from his eyes and continued discussing the finer points of the Polish judicial crisis.
"I have long heard that the most important decision a U.S. President can make is the selection of a Supreme Court Justice," Trump tweeted Monday morning.
The president will announce his pick on Monday.
“She’s been very clear that it’s not the role of a judge to substitute religious beliefs with the rule of law,” Rick Garnett, a longtime friend of Barrett told Newsweek.
In his immigration rulings, Judge Raymond Kethledge has proved to the Trump administration that he can "resist the urge to reach the just decision when it is not the right decision."
Kavanaugh is considered by many experts to be a front-runner for the seat vacated by retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy.
The president has already said the candidates he has spoken with are "very impressive."
The move comes after Collins appeared to flip-flop on whether she would vote for an anti-abortion Supreme Court candidate.
"Chief Justice Roberts will become the new ideological center of the court based on the data that we have," Risa Goluboff, a professor at the University of Virginia school of law, told Newsweek.
“If Ted Cruz or Marco Rubio had been president, their appointments would have looked very similar.”
"When you elect presidents, this is what happens,” Scarborough said about Trump picking a nominee to replace Justice Kennedy.
A former ethics lawyer for the George W. Bush administration said the president should not be allowed to select the next Supreme Court justice because of the ongoing Russia probe.