The T-shirts bear the slogan “Back-to-Back Supreme Court Champs” and feature the images of Trump and McConnell in silhouette.
Activists have long sought a real investigation into his work history.
Supreme Court justices are not subject to the federal judiciary's system of ethics reviews, a panel affirmed.
Ginsburg offered a mild defense of the two Trump-appointed justices and called for an end to "dysfunction" in confirming Supreme Court nominees.
Farmer and military veteran Mike Broihier announced his bid to unseat the powerful Senate majority leader.
Stevens, who died Tuesday, was unusually candid about political issues after he retired from the Supreme Court.
The Democrat challenging Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell walked back comments she made earlier in the day about the Supreme Court justice.
Bre Kidman, a criminal defense attorney, is running in Maine’s 2020 Senate race -- and “flipping the bird to the notion of electability” along the way.
Ángel Cabrera "displayed a lack of compassion for survivors of assault," charges the campus group Mason for Survivors.
Maine's House speaker signaled a potential bid in October after Collins, the state's GOP senator, voted to confirm Brett Kavanaugh.
The GOP senator faces intense backlash from state Democrats and abortion rights activists over her vote for Brett Kavanaugh.
As the Supreme Court nominee faced accusations of sexual assault, Chua wrote an op-ed defending him as "a mentor to women."
The Maine Republican says she's pro-choice, but she's voted to confirm dozens of judges who have signaled their opposition to abortion rights.
“I can’t imagine the courts would sustain it,” said the Republican lawmaker from Maine.
Moore lost his 2017 Senate race after several women accused him of sexual misconduct when they were teenagers and he was in his 30s.
Stephen Moore taunted his ex-wife while cheating on her and has made countless sexist remarks. He thinks it's "character assassination" to bring that up.
The case marks a pivotal moment in the fight for gay civil rights, but the current composition of the court is making advocates nervous.
Only 15 Mainers contributed $200 or more to the Republican senator's reelection campaign between January and March.
"Even if the outcome is painful, what's at stake is very, very important for the integrity of the university," said President Angel Cabrera.