Tagged With Federal Courts

The war to confirm Trump's judicial nominees is heating up again


Federal prosecutors want to seize the Wu-Tang Clan album that Martin Shkreli paid $2 million for


Michael Flynn's plea deal could be proof he has something 'very valuable' to offer on someone at 'the center' of the Russia investigation



US prosecutors say 'Game of Thrones' hacker who breached HBO was an Iranian national with ties to the military


Trump is bypassing judicial ratings agencies before making his nominations -- and it has led to a substantial increase in 'not qualified' nominees


Controversial Trump judicial nominee used to be a ghost hunter and has a cult following for his horror novels



A Trump judicial nominee didn't disclose that he is married to a White House lawyer


A 2013 Supreme Court ruling forever changed Americans' voting rights -- and experts warn it could help decide this year's elections


McConnell just got a bunch of Trump's judicial nominees confirmed in one week


McConnell is setting the stage for rapid-fire confirmation of Trump's judicial nominees


One of Trump's top judicial nominees got grilled on Capitol Hill over his involvement with Mueller's Russia probe


Trump complains about the Senate being too slow to confirm his judicial nominees, says 'it's not fair'



McConnell says GOP is gutting the biggest weapon Democrats have to halt Trump's judicial nominees


Trump has crossed a major mark as he tries to quietly cement a lasting legacy


Democrats fire back at Republicans calling for obscure 'blue slip' process to be changed for Trump's benefit


One of the biggest battles in Washington involves a century-old tradition and Trump's quest to remake the courts



McConnell calls for ending Senate tradition that gives Democrats with leverage on Trump's judicial nominees


'The dogma lives loudly within you': The battle over Trump's effort to remake the courts in his image is starting to heat up


A Democratic senator's obscure move highlights the biggest roadblock Trump faces in his quest to remake the courts


The ball is 'back in the president's court': Here's the key question as Trump's travel ban heads for a Supreme Court showdown