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‘I am way on the civil liberties side of this thing,’ the president said. ‘But the danger is real.’
A leader of a Texas pro-gun group says he will not change protest plans due to Obama visit.
The Republican Judiciary Committee chairman vowed to stand up to Democratic pressure to act on President Obama’s promised nominee.
Top panel Democrat accuses GOP of ‘dereliction of our constitutional duty’ to take up Supreme Court nominee.
Some see this as the last chance for the first black president to seat an African American justice.
Ryan knew being House speaker would be hard. But has Trump made it impossible?
This is a tough time for the speaker with Trump stoking controversy on the trail and conservatives rebelling against a budget in the House.
‘We’re not getting to politicize this process in the middle of a presidential election year,’ Grassley said.
McCain says he endorsed Mitt Romney’s critique of Trump and his views in a Thursday statement.
Proposed cut to anti-terrorism program could cost the Big Apple $90 million in federal grants.
Select Investigative Panel will hold first hearing as high court hears abortion arguments across the street.
Several cited her support for Cuban leader Fidel Castro in the early 1960s.
“There wasn’t much said at the meeting,” Senate Minority Leader Harry M. Reid (D-Nev.) said about meeting with the president and Republican leaders.
To secure a hearing for high-court nominee, Reid & Co. are playing the shame game.
Should Obama pick a moderate who might be confirmed by a GOP Senate? Or pick a ‘liberal Scalia’ to motivate Democratic voters?
Sandoval is increasingly viewed by key Democrats as perhaps the only nominee President Obama could select who would be able to break a Republican blockade in the Senate.
Democrats fume as GOP leaders pledge to allow the next president to fill Antonin Scalia’s seat.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said it is the “consensus view” of Judiciary Committee Republicans not to hold hearings.
The Senate’s top Demcrats says the Republican party is ‘unconditionally surrendering its moral compass to Donald Trump and Ted Cruz.’
Republicans are using the vice president’s remarks from two decades ago to support their case.