But the FCC's new Republican chairman has already started the process of undoing the rules.
Both were on the president's short list for the Supreme Court. Garland ultimately got the nod.
We can no longer depend on the federal courts to protect us against the government. They are the government.
Assuring a Democratic Victory in 2016: Why Obama Should Nominate an Indian American for the U.S. Supreme Court
Hours after Judge Antonin Scalia died, talk began of possible nominees to fill the vacant seat. Among those on the short list was Sri Srinivasan, United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
Now is the time for traditional American pragmatism, not ideology, from whomever is nominated and confirmed as a replacement. The new SCOTUS justice will help decide the safety of the air we breathe, among other weighty cases affecting generations to come.
The nominee will almost certainly face a long, drawn-out battle.
It was just the latest chapter in a stellar legal career that has taken the 46-year-old litigator known as "Sri" to a seat
Not so suddenly, there’s an elderly quartet at the Supreme Court. Ruth Bader Ginsburg just turned eighty-one, and she’s followed
Although the two new justices in the mid-2000s did not change the 5-4 conservative majority on the court, they forged a different kind of conservative majority. Toobin and I discussed his books and the current state of the Supreme Court earlier this week by email.