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Supreme Court Runners-Up: Obama 'Short Listers' Await Possible Third Nomination
When President Obama introduced Elena Kagan to the country on Monday, Judge Merrick Garland was hearing a routine case in downtown Washington. A few hours earlier a feverish press corps had been camped out at his house wondering if he was to be the president's pick for the 112th justice on the
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Sen. Alexander Issues Warning on Fin Reform
On highly charged Fed audit amendment: 'They better be very, very careful.'
The Note's Must-Reads for Wednesday, May 5, 2010
The Note's Must-Reads are a round-up of today's political headlines and stories from ABC News and the top U.S. newspapers. Posted Monday through Friday right here at www.abcnews.com Compiled by ABC News’ JAYCE HENDERSON, PETER MARTINEZ, KRISTEN RED-HORSE, CLAUDIA MORALES...
President Obama Interviews Judge Wood for Supreme Court
Senior administration officials tell ABC News that President Obama today met at the White House with Judge Diane Wood of the 7th circuit court of appeals to discussing the Supreme Court vacancy. She also met with Vice President Biden. The...
President Obama Interviews Judge Garland for SCOTUS Vacancy
President Obama has interviewed Judge Merrick Garland for the Supreme Court vacancy, a senior administration official tells ABC News.
Five or Six Reasons Why Parity Puzzles Are Fun
In belated recognition of April being Math Awareness Month, my column this May will deal with parity. The notion refers to the evenness or oddness of a number, say April the fourth month versus May the fifth. Despite its simplicity parity plays an important role in many areas of mathematics . It
President Obama Interviews Judge Sidney Thomas for Supreme Court Slot
Days away from picking a Supreme Court nominee to fill the robe of Justice John Paul Stevens, President Obama today interviewed Montana Judge Sidney Runyan Thomas at the White House, a senior administration official tells ABC News.
EXCLUSIVE: Sen. Sessions: President Obama Wants Judges to 'Promote Agenda'
Scope of Government Key in Supreme Court Hearings, Judiciary Committee's Top Republican Says