A White House aide later claimed that 'no invitation was extended or accepted.'
WASHINGTON ? The Supreme Court did not receive a formal invitation from President Donald Trump to have dinner at the White House this Thursday, a court spokeswoman and a White House aide confirmed on Monday. “An invitation was neverShow More Summary
Trump's promise to appoint conservatives to the Supreme Court could mean the fate of the death penalty rests in the court of public opinion. The post Will a Conservative Supreme Court Give New Life to the Death Penalty? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans have put President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee on the bench, and they're now in a position to fill dozens more federal judgeships — and reshape some of the nation's highest courts.
The White House on Sunday announced that it would host a dinner on Thursday for the nine justices of the U.S. Supreme Court, then, according to TheHill.com, abruptly announced that due to scheduling conflicts, the dinner would have to be postponed indefinitely. ABC’s Jonathan Karl said on...
Law Newz reports: The White House announced Sunday that President Donald Trump will have dinner Thursday with the U.S. Supreme Court. “That evening, the President will have dinner with the Justices of the Supreme Court, including his successfully confirmed nominee Justice Neil Gorsuch,” the announcement read. Show More Summary
President Donald Trump will sit down for dinner with the justices of the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday evening, according to the White House. It’s not clear whether all members of the court will attend, but newly confirmed Justice Neil...Show More Summary
After a protracted legal battle, Arkansas carried out its first execution since 2005 using the controversial drug, Midazolam. Ledell Lee, who was convicted of murder in 1995, died on Thursday night at 11:56 p.m., twelve minutes after...Show More Summary
Rumors have been piling up around the nation’s capital that president Trump will be able nominate another Supreme Court vacancy this year. Back in February, Sen. Ted Cruz said the “odds are very good” that at least one justice would be retiring from the bench. Show More Summary
Seriously, why would we want to enforce The Law in a courthouse? Not this Democrat appointed by another Democrat (AP) Another high-ranking judge on Wednesday asked Republican President Donald Trump’s
Another high-ranking judge is asking the Trump administration to avoid immigration arrests at state courthouses. New Jersey Supreme Court Chief Justice Stuart Rabner noted in a letter dated Wednesday to … Click to Continue »
Think back to the night of November 8, 2016. Democrats weren’t simply shocked and demoralized, we were terrified. Republicans controlled the presidency, the Congress, and would likely soon have a majority on the Supreme Court to boot. There was nothing Democrats could do to stop them, and if we tried, the Senate would go nuclear and […]
Chris Ruddy, one of President Trump’s closest allies and the CEO of Newsmax, gave an interview on Monday where he told Business Insider that it would be smart for Trump to make a deal with Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Ruddy’s...Show More Summary
Trump moves on visa rules for foreign workers, British prime minister calls for general election, Supreme Court blocks Arkansas execution, and more.
Chris Ruddy, a confidant of President Donald Trump, told Business Insider in a Monday interview that Trump should cut a deal with Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. His proposition: Replace her on the bench with Judge Merrick...Show More Summary
In a new lawsuit filed today in the Manhattan Supreme Court, Aspire Music Group -- represented by longtime Donald Trump litigator Marc E. Kasowitz -- has sued Cash Money Records, alleging missing profits and copyright royalties stemming from Drake's first six solo albums, which could end up totaling in the tens of millions, according to…
New Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch appeared for the first time on the bench on Monday to hear arguments. It wasn't long before he made himself heard. The Court was hearing arguments in a case involving a technical issue about the process for a federal worker to appeal his discrimination claim. Show More Summary
President Donald Trump’s appointee Neil Gorsuch on Monday showed himself to be a frequent and energetic questioner during U.S. Supreme Court arguments in his first day hearing cases as a justice, at one point even apologizing for talking too much. Gorsuch, whose confirmation to the lifetime...
WASHINGTON, April 17 (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court, back at full strength after being shorthanded for 14 months, gets down to business on Monday with President Donald Trump's appointee Neil Gorsuch hearing arguments in his first three cases as part of a restored conservative majority. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
The U.S. Supreme Court, back at full strength after being shorthanded for 14 months, gets down to business on Monday with President Donald Trump’s appointee Neil Gorsuch hearing arguments in his first three cases as part of a restored conservative majority. The cases involve employment and...