...is about a naked power grab, and nothing more," Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), ranking member of the judiciary committee, said last week. "...
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The Senate voted on Thursday to strip the minority party of its power to block presidential nominations, a major shift that streamlines the confirmation process for President Obama's judicial and age
President Obama does not intend to "just sit idly by" as Republicans continue to thwart his administration's three picks for a key federal appeals court in Washington, senior White House officials sa
...sitting on the court. In a floor speech, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) all but dared Democrats to change the filibuster rules with...
Kathryn Ruemmler plans to leave her post as White House counsel and return to private practice by the end of the year, the White House announced. Plus more in this week's column
...counsel Valerie Caproni to the federal district court. Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), often the most vocal opponent of judicial nominees as the...
...per room, Coburn said. The Ninth Circuit was criticized by senators Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) for its 2012 conference, ...
It's been years since Congress created more federal judge positions, and the latest proposal seeking to make up for lost time appears as quixotic as it is ambitious. Two senators introduced legislati
Lance Armstrong's attorneys filed motions to dismiss on July 23, arguing the government allegationsthat Armstrong's drug use violated a U.S. Postal Service sponsorship contractare time-ba
Senate Democrats and House Repub?licans have held hearings to explore how Congress might fix the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and its newly unconstitutional Section 4, and Attorney General Eric Holder J
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