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Trump administration rolling back mandate to cover birth control
Now companies and groups can decide whether or not to offer birth control.
Democrats trying to be more inclusive of abortion opponents?
You know, the Democrats are talking about looking for game plan for 2018 mid-term elections, and the chair of the democratic congressional campaign, Ben ray louhan, said that includes supporting candidates who oppose abortion. But DNC chair says abortion rights are a non-negotiable issue. Is this
What happens if another Supreme Court justice retires?
The final day of the Supreme Court’s term came and went with no retirement announcement. However, any forthcoming court departure would allow President Donald Trump to make his second court appointment to the nation’s highest court. To help break down what might come next and the potential
Before the Supreme Court: Inside Judge Anthony Kennedy's record
Legal scholars say Kennedy's judicial opinions "show more decency than dogma."
Donald Trump promise tracker: Where his pledges stand at the 100-day mark
Throughout the long presidential campaign and after the election, Donald Trump made many promises to the American people. As his administration reaches the 100-day mark, here is a review of where some of the promises stand. This "promise tracker" takes a look at some of the pledges he made to the
Could libel laws change under President Trump?
White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus said that a change in the nation's libel laws "is being looked at" by the Trump administration, a move some legal experts said would be nearly impossible. "I think it's something that we've looked at and how that gets executed or whether that goes anywhere
How Neil Gorsuch could affect the Supreme Court
Neil Gorsuch , President Trump 's pick to fill the Supreme Court slot left open following the death of Justice Antonin Scalia , was confirmed by the Senate after a bruising fight when the upper chamber's majority leader, Sen. Mitch McConnell , invoked the so-called "nuclear option," which allowed
President Trump's SCOTUS nominee clears a key committee
Democrats plan to filibuster to stop the vote by the full Senate on Friday.
Senate Democrats have enough support to filibuster Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch
Senate Democrats now have enough support to filibuster a final vote on President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch, and the move likely puts Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in a position to invoke the so-called nuclear option. This option would change Senate rules to allow a simple
Supreme Court pick Gorsuch faces tough questions at confirmation hearing
"The View" co-hosts discuss whether empathy is an imperative quality in a Supreme Court justice.