The runoff is in four weeks: Former Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore has taken a commanding 18-point lead in Alabama’s Republican Senate primary runoff, according to a poll released Wednesday. The Opinion Savvy-Decision Desk HQ...Show More Summary
27.8 million viewers across 8 networks watched Pres. Trump's address about the war in Afghanistan. 33 million watched his special announcing the appointment of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court on Jan. 31.
(Scott Johnson) In Minnesota we have four vacancies to fill for high federal offices: the United States Attorney, the United States Marshal and two federal district court judges. President Trump has nominated Minnesota Supreme CourtShow More Summary
Wednesday federal court ruling against Planned Parenthood has been subsumed by all things Trump this week, but it needs to be highlighted again. In a radical departure from court precedent, the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the state of Arkansas could prevent Medicaid enrollees from getting health care at Planned Parenthood clinics. Show More Summary
"It’s a terrible signal for this group to be holding their meeting at the Trump International Hotel and for a Supreme Court justice to legitimate it by attending. It just violates basic ethical principles about conflicts of interest."...Show More Summary
Trump isn't going to have to worry about one vote on the Supreme Court, apparently. For example, should any of the emolument suits against him advance that far. It seems Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch is plenty happy to help his benefactor make money off of the presidency. Show More Summary
Soon after Justice Gorsuch’s speech, the Supreme Court will hear a case about President Trump’s travel ban, and the hotel is at issue in other cases.
Law Newz reports: Appearance of impropriety? Perish the thought. President Donald Trump‘s first appointed Supreme Court Justice, Neil Gorsuch, plans to address a group of conservatives late next month at the president’s own personally-branded hotel in Washington, D.C. Show More Summary
Appointed Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL), who came in second in Tuesday’s GOP primary, went on Fox News Wednesday to explain how he plans to win next month’s primary runoff against opponent and former state Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore. But if he was expecting an easy interview from host Trish Regan, he was mistaken; Regan grilled […]
Despite Trump’s endorsement for Luther Strange, former Alabama supreme court chief justice Roy Moore is leading the polls ahead of Tuesday’s election Donald Trump has endorsed Luther Strange in a special GOP primary election next week. Show More Summary
Last week, the Trump administration filed its merits brief in the Supreme Court case over his executive order suspending all travel and immigration from six African and Middle Eastern countries. On Twitter, President Trump has been insistent...Show More Summary
The Trump Administration, insisting that the presidential order limiting entry to the U.S. of foreign nationals from Mideast nations “is not a so-called ‘Muslim ban,’” has urged the Supreme Court to throw out without a decision two major cases pursued by challengers to the restrictions.
The Latest on a Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate forum in Madison (all times local): 12:25 p.m. A Wisconsin Supreme Court hopeful is kicking off a candidate forum by labeling President … Click to Continue »
President Donald Trump’s administration reiterated arguments defending its temporary travel ban in a filing with the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday, repeatedly citing the executive’s broad powers to exclude foreigners from the United States. The travel ban barring refugees and people...
The Justice Department told the Supreme Court Thursday that banning travelers from six majority-Muslim nations is all about national security.
Roy Moore, the GOP frontrunner for Jeff Sessions’ Alabama Senate seat, equated the United States Supreme Court decision to allow gay marriage with “the focus of evil in the modern world”—a phrase coined by Ronald Reagan to describe the Soviet Union. Moore was speaking with the Guardian’s Paul Lewis...
It’s entirely possible that the Trump presidency is beyond repair. President Trump has accomplished none of his major priorities (except for putting Neil Gorsuch on the Supreme Court) and has proved himself to be an unreliable and inept partner for the Republicans on Capitol Hill. He surely isn’t going to be able to accomplish more […]
The Trump administration has reversed an Obama administration stance and will support Ohio in its bid at the U.S. Supreme Court to revive a state policy of purging people from voter-registration lists if they do not regularly cast ballots. The Justice Department filed legal papers with the high...
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — President Donald Trump's administration has reversed the government's position on a voter roll case before the U.S. Supreme Court and is now backing Ohio's method for purging voters. Ohio's process involves a three-part...Show More Summary
President Trump’s Department of Justice flipped positions in a significant voting rights case headed to the U.S. Supreme Court, arguing Monday that Ohio should be able to purge thousands of voters from the rolls who haven’t participated in recent elections. Voting advocates said the move lays the groundwork for massive voter purges across the country. […]