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The TAKE with MaryAlice Parks President Donald Trump continues to try to control what he can while facing the hard reality that some things may be out of his hands. Yesterday, he took steps to get closer to that cabinet he actually wants. A secretary is out and he's hiring a friendly face. He
President Donald Trump dismissed retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens ' call to repeal the Second Amendment . “The second amendment will never be repealed,” Trump tweeted Wednesday. “As much as Democrats would like to see this happen, and despite the words yesterday of former Supreme
Special Counsel Robert Mueller has assembled a team of more than a dozen seasoned prosecutors to probe Russian interference in the 2016 election, including any potential collusion between Russian agents and members of Donald Trump’s campaign. In addition to a squad of agents from the FBI and the
Merrick Garland is a judicial moderate who currently serves as chief justice of the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.
The unexpected death of conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia this weekend has wide-ranging implications and raises numerous complicated questions. So what happens now? We've asked Kate Shaw, an ABC News contributor and an assistant professor of law at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of
Current and retired Supreme Court Justices are reflecting on the life and legacy Justice Antonin Scalia in the wake of his death Saturday, including Justice Anthony Kennedy , who described Scalia's "wisdom, scholarship, and technical brilliance," and Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg , who said she and
How many Supreme Court Justices previously served as Supreme Court law clerks?
The Supreme Court this morning weighed which states’ residents the Obama administration is legally entitled to provide insurance subsidies to under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare. The case came about when some Virginians who receive subsidies to buy health insurance on