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Supreme Court's Gorsuch touts conservative role for judges
Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch has espoused a conservative role for judges in a speech in the hometown of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who championed his confirmation
Editorial Roundup: Excerpts from recent editorials
Editorial Roundup: Excerpts from recent editorials in newspapers in the U.S. and abroad
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
Sens. Klobuchar and Grassley find some common ground in Trump's agenda
ABC News' Ali Rogin joins the Senate colleagues and friends to hear where they have been able to reach across the aisle.
Democratic and Republican senators open up about their bipartisan friendship
ABC News' Ali Rogin sits down with Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Chuck Grassley to hear where they find common ground.
Meet the 9 sitting Supreme Court justices
Following a bitter, partisan confirmation battle, Neil Gorsuch was sworn in on April 10 and took his seat on April 17 for his first full day as a Supreme Court justice. Gorsuch was President Trump's pick to replace another conservative, Justice Antonin Scalia, who died in his sleep at age 79 in
Karl on new FBI director: President knows he needs someone that's 'politically bulletproof'
The "This Week" Powerhouse Panel weighs in on former FBI Director James Comey's firing.
Senator pitched Merrick Garland for FBI director to White House
Sen. Mike Lee raised eyebrows in Washington, D.C., today for his suggestion that former Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland could lead the FBI, a pitch that was heard by the White House first, according to his spokesman. Lee, R-Utah, visited the White House for a tax reform meeting Wednesday. The
Examining the Trump administration's stance on the White House visitor log
Challenging critics of Friday's announcement that the White House will not voluntarily release its visitor logs, Press Secretary Sean Spicer on Monday accused the Obama administration of a "faux attempt" at transparency and said the Trump administration was following both law and tradition. "We
Justice Neil Gorsuch sworn in to Supreme Court
ABC News' Amna Nawaz talks with former Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Terry Moran and MaryAlice Parks about the cases the new justice will face.