federal judges

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.
Lauren King, 39, now holds a lifetime seat on a U.S. district court in Washington state.
One of his picks for Biden, civil rights attorney Nusrat Choudhury, could become the second-ever Muslim American federal judge.
Five months in, the president has quietly hit a milestone in filling lifetime seats on federal courts.
A Trump-appointed judge struck down Biden's pause on new federal oil and gas leases, dealing a blow to the administration's climate efforts.
Zahid Quraishi, 46, now holds a lifetime seat on a U.S. district court in New Jersey.
The president tapped Lauren J. King for a U.S. district court seat. If confirmed, she'd be one of just a handful of Indigenous judges in U.S. history.