federal judges

The president has confirmed nearly double the number of female judges that Donald Trump did during his entire time in the White House.
Rita Lin, 45, is now the first Chinese American woman to serve on the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
Nusrat Choudhury, a longtime civil rights attorney, squeaked through despite opposition from Republicans and Democrat Joe Manchin.
Ho, one of the nation’s leading voting rights attorneys, squeaked through without any GOP support.
Rep. Glenn Grothman claimed it's "almost impossible" for straight "white guys" to get appointed — but federal judges are still overwhelmingly white and male.
The ailing California Democrat has been absent since February.
Democrats and reproductive rights groups were furious that Biden was planning to nominate Chad Meredith. Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) ultimately stopped it.
Anti-abortion lawyer Chad Meredith would be a "conservative asset to the federal judiciary for decades," an ex-boss said in a letter HuffPost obtained.
GOP senators accused Biden's court pick Nina Morrison, who has freed dozens of innocent people from prison, of fueling violent crimes. Huh?
Without Trump’s nonstop lies about “voter fraud” having cost him reelection, Georgia’s two Senate races likely would have been won by Republicans.