judicial nominees

Despite outcry from Democrats and reproductive rights groups, Biden isn’t backing off plans to nominate Chad Meredith, a source tells HuffPost.
Sen. Marsha Blackburn took aim at one of President Joe Biden’s Black judicial nominees for his “rap sheet” of old speeding tickets.
U.S. District Court nominee Jennifer Rearden has worked against the interests of everyday Americans and is "unsuitable,” the groups say.
Andre Mathis, Biden's appeals court pick, doesn't have a criminal record. He once got a ticket for going 5 miles over the speed limit, though.
He's also brought badly needed diversity to the nation’s courts. But he may have to play hardball with Republicans to keep this up.
If confirmed, Beth Robinson would become the first openly LGBTQ woman to ever serve on any U.S. appeals court.
It turns out Myrna Pérez, a voting rights attorney up for a U.S. appeals court seat, isn't afraid to talk about why she doesn't like to use the word "felon."
Julien Xavier Neals, 56, will now be a lifetime judge on a U.S. district court.
All five of the president’s court picks were people of color and three were women — a sharp contrast to Trump’s legacy.
Kathryn Kimball Mizelle has been practicing law only since 2012 and has never tried a case. The Senate made her a lifetime federal judge anyway.