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HuffPost Interviews Cory Booker
Presidential hopeful Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) sat down with HuffPost during his campaign trip to Iowa and discussed the issues set to dominate the 2020 election.
Cory Booker On Criminal Justice Reform
Sen. Cory Booker spoke to HuffPost about his vision for criminal justice reform and the need to change the United States from being the “incarceration nation.”
Cory Booker Discusses Supreme Court Reform
HuffPost joined Sen. Cory Booker in Iowa as he ramps up his presidential campaign, where he signalled a willingness to reform the Supreme Court of the United States.
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Kavanaugh Isn't The First Supreme Court Nominee To Be Accused Of Sexual Misconduct
The Senate will first hear testimony from Christine Blasley Ford, who accuses the Supreme Court nominee of attempted rape in the early 1980s.
Trump Defends Brett Kavanaugh Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegation
President Trump has defended his Supreme Court pick after Kavanaugh was accused of attempted rape.
Chaos Breaks Out At Brett Kavanaugh Hearing
Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley spoke over his Democratic colleagues as they called for an adjournment.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Not Retiring Anytime Soon
Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she’ll be keeping her seat on the Supreme Court for “at least five more years.”
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Trump Seems To Have A Love-Hate Relationship With America's Court System
Here’s why Brett Kavanaugh should be wary of the man who just nominated him to be the next SCOTUS justice.
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Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand: Trump's SCOTUS Pick Could Put Basic Rights At Risk
Protesters took to the U.S. Supreme Court Building steps to rally against Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Who Is Brett Kavanaugh?
If confirmed, President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, could shift the court more conservative for many years.
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Trump Nears SCOTUS Pick
President Trump’s judicial advisor has been dropping hints on who will be chosen to become the next Supreme Court justice. But to ensure a smooth confirmation process in the Senate, there’s a delicate balancing act.
Here Are Trump’s SCOTUS Candidates
Here are the three people at the top of the Trump’s list to be the next Supreme Court justice.
Who Really Picks Supreme Court Justices?
He’s actively shaping the American legal system for a generation, but you’ve probably never heard of Leonard Leo.
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How The Supreme Court's Janus Decision Could Cripple Public Sector Unions
The Supreme Court decided public sector workers will no longer have to pay dues to unions.
Noah And Colbert V. SCOTUS
Stephen Colbert and Trevor Noah can’t believe the Supreme Court swallowed President Trump’s arguments for his Muslim travel ban.
Rallying Against SCOTUS Travel Ban
Demonstrators from religious and civil rights organizations have gathered to decry the supreme court’s decision to uphold President Trump’s travel ban.
Trump Celebrates Travel Ban Victory
Speaking to the press, President Trump revelled in the Supreme Court’s decision that his travel ban is constitutional.
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Supreme Court Upholds Trump's Travel Ban
In a major victory for President Trump, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled his controversial travel ban is constitutional and can resume.
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Notorious Anti-LGBT Organization Is Backing Baker Who Discriminated Against Gays
Former Media Critic, Rocky Mountain News
In wide coverage of the decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to hear a Colorado case in which a bakery refused to sell a wedding
Ten Things to Know: Background on SCOTUS and Trump's Travel Ban
Peter Van Buren
Author, Hooper's War: A Novel of WWII Japan, We Meant Well: Ho...
1. The Executive Order (EO) is invalid because the United States cannot discriminate based on national origin. False. 8 U.S.C
President Trump Sends Travel Ban To Supreme Court
The Trump administration has asked the Supreme Court to reinstate the controversial travel ban.
The Supreme Court Posed For Its First 'Class' Photo Since Justice Scalia's Death
It's also the first time the court's newest member, Neil Gorsuch, posed for formal shots with his colleagues.
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Gorsuch Already Channels Scalia On Life-Or-Death Decisions
Professor Emerita at Thomas Jefferson School of Law
Gorsuch is already proposing the high court water down one of defendants’ most basic rights.
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