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Judge Sonia Sotomayor's judicial opinions are marked by diligence, depth and unflashy competence. If they are not always
John Yoo, who wrote memos authorizing torture for President Bush, has penned a reaction to Sonia Sotomayor's supreme court
Of course, Judge Sotomayor should be confirmed to the Supreme Court. She obviously wasn't my first choice, for reasons I
The following is the text of the Judge Mario G. Olmos Memorial Lecture in 2001, delivered at the University of California
With President Barack Obama's nomination of federal appeals court Judge Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court, conservatives
Sources familiar with the process say President Obama called Sonia Sotomayor last night at 9:00 pm, and called the other
Even before President Obama has officially announced his selection of Sonia Sotomayor for the Supreme Court, CNN is giving
Whoops. The Republican National Committee (RNC) has apparently inadvertently released its list of talking points on the nomination
Federal judges are rarely famous or widely celebrated. Yet during a brief period in 1995, Judge Sonia Sotomayor became revered
Reports indicate that President Obama has selected Second Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Sonia Sotomayor to replace David
Having a Supreme Court that better reflects the diversity of America helps ensure that we keep faith with the words over the entrance of the Supreme Court: "Equal justice under law."
Seconds after the networks say that it's Sotomayor, her Wikipedia entry is updated. The newspapers in my driveway can't do that; that's why on-paper distribution is dying.
A top aide to Senate Judiciary Chairman Patrick Leahy told fellow Democrats on Friday to get ready for President Obama's
"It is obligatory [to look at this]" said Jeffrey Toobin, a legal analyst for CNN and author of "The Nine: Inside The Secret
When John G. Roberts Jr. was nominated to the Supreme Court as chief justice, a pro-Republican group called Progress for
According to NPR's Nina Totenberg, Obama intends to pick a woman: Barack Obama might have as much power to shape a new court