WASHINGTON -- The United States Supreme Court on Monday denied a petition by the Attorney General of Virginia to fast-track
During this time of celebration, we have concrete evidence of how much progress the country has made and can make. But we cannot lose sight of how much more remains to be achieved.
Elena Kagan made it through the confirmation process to become the fourth female justice ever to serve on the Supreme Court
Lugar's remarks come one day after Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) an actual Judiciary Committee member, endorsed Kagan in addition
Elena Kagan's Supreme Court nomination marks the culmination of an illustrious career in both academia and government. Before
"The pick isn't official, but top White House aides will be shocked if it's otherwise," Allen says. "Kagan's relative youth
As a college student at Princeton in the late 1970's and early 1980's, Elena Kagan established herself as a committed academic
Linkins did a little digging on William J. Olson, whose law firm "is heavily involved in all sorts of conservative cause
Far from turning into a "vapid and hollow charade," to use Elena Kagan's now-famous condemnation of other Supreme Court confirmation
Let's just consider purely Elena Kagan's job that she is being disparaged for: Elena Kagan clerked for a Supreme Court Justice. That's it. Period.
Graham, to be certain, could merely have been trying to trip Kagan up, coyly tempting her to cop to a political bias that
Perhaps more important to the current climate, the letters provide clues as to what kind of Justice Kagan would be: more
On Monday, Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan is facing members the Senate Judiciary Committee on the opening day of her confirmation
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If President Obama initiated war in Iran over weapons of mass destruction without a directive from Congress, would a Justice Kagan invent a constitutional justification?
The aggressive pushback by the White House against speculation that potential Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan is a lesbian
"Let's just say that if somebody is gay, it clearly becomes political fodder," said Navetta, when asked if the effort could
"I like her," the South Carolina Republican said of Elena Kagan, the former Harvard Law School dean and current Solicitor
"Let's put it this way: she should be [backed by Republicans]. But it depends on the politics," he said. "Republicans may
The William J. Clinton Presidential Library on Friday released more than 45,000 pages of documents relating to Supreme Court