federal judges

Dick Durbin and Tammy Duckworth are backing nominees who questioned Roe v. Wade and worked with groups trying to end abortion rights. Why?
Cory Wilson, who has also attacked abortion rights and LGBTQ rights, is up for a lifetime seat on a U.S. appeals court.
"Now is not the time to process routine judicial nominations," reads a letter signed by every Democrat on the Judiciary Committee.
They're ready to fill a seat on the nation's second-most powerful court with a 37-year-old man rated "not qualified" to be a judge.
Lawrence VanDyke's own colleagues describe him as an ideologue who may not be fair to LGBTQ litigants. The GOP confirmed him anyway.
Sarah Pitlyk argued that IVF and surrogacy have "grave effects on society" and lead to "diminished respect for motherhood."
He's never tried a case. He condemned women's rights and diversity. He refused to answer senators' questions. Republicans confirmed him anyway.
He's denounced women's rights and diversity. He refused to answer senators' questions. Republicans voted to move him forward anyway.
A U.S. district court in California faces "judicial catastrophe" without two more judges, says retiring Chief Judge Lawrence O'Neill.
Democratic judicial nominees should be progressive on economic rights as well as civil liberties, argues Demand Justice.