The next president will affect the Supreme Court, and in turn the nation, bigly.
Following the Supreme Court's latest order, the BCCI is likely to postpone the bidding process for the IPL broadcast, digital and media rights
THERE ARE NO 'BLACK AMERICAN INSTITUTIONS' WHOSE INSTITUTIONAL INTEGRITY IS RESPECTED AND ENFORCED - ULTIMATELY OBLIVIOUS TO THE POWER THAT ' OFFENDEDNESS BY INFORMING THEM OF SERIAL WHITE RIGHT WING RACIST ACTS TRIGGER THEIR DEFENSIVE...Show More Summary
By Adam Eichen / Moyers & Company If Hillary Clinton is serious about reducing the role of money in politics, she should appoint Supreme Court justices willing to revisit two cases from the 1970s that formed the basis of our inability to regulate money in politics.
As the media focuses on Donald Trump’s sexually predatory behavior and Hillary Clinton’s Wall Street speeches, the future of the Supreme Court has received only an occasional mention. During the final presidential debate, the topic was finally given some attention. When asked about late-term abortion, Clinton said Roe v. Show More Summary
THE ISSUE: No one likes an even number on a court that makes decisions by majority vote. Yet that's just what the Supreme Court has been left with, eight justices, … Click to Continue »
The lawyer representing the head of the powerful Sinaloa drug cartel will seek to have Mexico's Supreme Court review the case, local media report.
It's Friday, October 21, and Day 250 since Justice Antonin Scalia died and Mitch McConnell decided no nominee would get any Senate attention: No meetings, no hearings, no votes. It's also Day 219 since Merrick Garland was nominated by...Show More Summary
The Wall Street Journal editorial board tore into Hillary Clinton’s debate performance regarding the Supreme Court, saying that she represents a...
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will make her opera debut next month in Donizetti’s “Daughter of the Regiment” at Washington’s Kennedy Center, the opera company said on Friday. The liberal 83-year-old justice will make a one-night appearance in the non-singing...
by Ansel Herz We're number one! steve estvanik/Shutterstock Seattle Is the Crane Capital of the Country: "Seattle this summer had 58 construction cranes reshaping the skyline," the Seattle Times reports, "more than any other city in the country, according to recent data... Show More Summary
No action yet against BCCI president Anurag Thakur for asking the ICC to clarify whether one of the Lodha Committee's recommendations amounted to government interference in the board, but the issue is far from over
On November 12th, and for one night only, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will portray the Duchess of Krakenthorp in the Washington National Opera's production of "The Daughter of the Regiment." Please note: this is not the...Show More Summary
The 30-year-old suspect, Gabe Tostee, was acquitted of murder charges for the death of 26-year-old Warriena Wright by a Queensland state Supreme Court jury Thursday.
Don’t bet on it: What McCain said on Monday is almost certainly an honest account of what Republicans plan to do — that is, create a constitutional crisis should Hillary Clinton win the presidency and the GOP retain control of the Senate. The Supreme Court could be stuck with eight members for years, unable to […]
I was a guest on this show with the great Warren Olney: GOP candidates point with alarm at Hillary Clinton’s Supreme Court nominees, free college tuition and “Big Government” that’s bigger than ever. Advocates for Republicans are almost saying it … Continue reading ?
GOP lawmakers have long refused to hold a vote on Obama’s nominee for the Supreme Court.
Last night's presidential debate, the final of three, was the first to devote a significant portion of the discussion to the future of the Supreme Court. And thankfully, SCOTUS came first, meaning the dialogue remained largely coherent, if not always on point. This debate probably won't be remembered for......
KEVIN D. WILLIAMSON: Hillary and the Book-Burners. She began by arguing that the Supreme Court, and lesser federal courts, should be political partisans who take sides in disputes rather than adjudicate them according to the law. Many politicians — perhaps even most — believe that, or act in a way that suggests they do, but […]
At least Arizona Republican Senator Jeff Flake sees the writing on the wall. Flake has maintained for months that Republicans should take up Merrick Garland’s Supreme Court nomination if it looks like the presidential contest is a lost cause for the GOP. It’s looking about that time, Flake said in an interview on Thursday. “I [...]