Once described as unconstitutional by the GOP, filibustering has become its default strategy
For the first time since 1996, the U.S. government has ground to a halt. The House of Representatives and the Senate are at odds over funding and all signs point to a continuing bitter fight. The Nat
...the key appeals court. Her nomination needed 60 votes to overcome a GOP filibuster threat; she got 55. Republicans, arguing the D.C. Circuit does...
...groups and the number of competing amicus briefs. Shaun McCutcheon, the Alabama GOP donor who wants to exceed the aggregate contribution limits, has his own...
The new U.S. Supreme Court term boasts a fall line-up that Hollywood would envy, featuring high stakes cases involving abortion, religion, money, politics and power
...its 2012 conference, held...
National Law Journal
Texas bail-in may not look like a great tool compared to the old preclearance regime, but it's better than nothing
...The New York...
If the Senate confirms her, she would trade law firm earnings of $1 million per year, according to newly released committee records, for the $184,500 salary of a federal circuit judge
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