Republicans in position to reshape federal bench
Republicans are in position to fill dozens of federal judgeships and in doing so reshape U.S. courts
With Supreme Court seat filled, GOP looks to lower courts
Republican have put President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee on the bench, and they're now in a position to fill dozens more federal judgeships _ and reshape some of the nation's highest courts
Judge Neil Gorsuch confirmed as Supreme Court justice
ABC News' Amna Nawaz and MaryAlice Parks give us a look at the Senate confirmation of Neil Gorsuch.
After historic rule change, Senate confirms Neil Gorsuch to Supreme Court
After a historic rule change, the Senate voted mostly along party lines, 54-45, to confirm Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court as its 113th justice. Gorsuch, 49, who served as a federal judge on the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver, was nominated to the bench by President Trump in January. The
Senate to vote on Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch today
The long, contentious battle to fill the vacancy on the nation's highest court, which has lasted over a year in Congress could end today when the Senate holds a vote on whether to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court.
Senate fight over Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch goes nuclear
ABC News' Amna Nawaz, Rick Klein and Kate Shaw discuss the showdown in the Senate over Gorsuch's nomination.
Senate OKs 'nuclear option,' clears path for high court nomination vote
The Senate has altered the longstanding practice for confirming Supreme Court justices after Democrats today blocked the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch.
The 'nuclear option' Republicans are using to confirm Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell acted Thursday to change the rules needed to confirm a Supreme Court nominee as Democrats continue their attempts to block Neil Gorsuch from advancing to the position of associate justice. The move was largely expected as at least 41 Democrats announced their
The Note: Trump redraws Syria lines
TRUMP’S FIRST 100 DAYS with ABC’s RICK KLEIN and SHUSHANNAH WALSHE Day No. 77 THE BIG STORY: President Trump said Wednesday that his view of Syria has changed, and he did it by embracing a familiar metaphor. “That crosses many, many lines. Beyond a red line, many, many lines,” the president said.
Republicans may use 'nuclear option' in Supreme Court vote
Senate Republicans are poised to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch with a simple majority vote, provoking a fundamental change in Senate rules.