by Judd Legum Feb 17, 2016
Republicans have advanced a number of arguments to defend their position. None of them hold up to scrutiny.
by Carimah Townes Feb 17, 2016
Right before his own death, Justice Scalia condemned another man to die.
by Emily Atkin Feb 16, 2016
Another GOP Senator breaks with McConnell's hard-line position.
by Josh Israel Feb 16, 2016
"There’s a strong likelihood that at least one of them will leave the bench, which means that Obama, if reelected, will likely be able to replace one of them with a liberal."
by Scott Keyes Feb 16, 2016
One GOP senator willing to tell it like it is.
by Judd Legum Feb 16, 2016
Moments after the death of Justice Antonin Scalia was reported, Republicans in the Senate coalesced around a single message: the next president, not Barack Obama, should nominate Scalia's successor.
by Emily Atkin Feb 15, 2016
"It's going to be very, very, very difficult to get me to vote for a presidential nomination from this president," he said.
by Natasha Geiling Feb 15, 2016
In 2008, Grassley railed against the "unjustified slowness" of the confirmation process.
by Laura Durso - Guest Contributor & Sarah McBride - Guest Contributor Feb 15, 2016
The outcome of various cases related to nondiscrimination protections could be decided by the next Supreme Court justice.
by Emily Atkin Feb 14, 2016
Scalia himself called the process "absurd political theater."