Senate Dems open to pushing for additional Supreme Court seats if they take majority
Senate Democrats are indicating that they may push legislation to expand the Supreme Court by adding additional seats to retaliate against Republicans if they succeed in confirming President Donald Trump's pick to fill the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's seat.
Leaders from both parties under fire for previous statements about SCOTUS nominations
In the wake of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death, Republican and Democratic leaders are facing fresh scrutiny for stances they took regarding Supreme Court nominations in 2016 and 2020.
Analysis: As the nation mourns an icon, Democrats and Republicans fight over Supreme Court vacancy
Mourners of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg gathered quietly at the Supreme Court Saturday, laying rows of flowers and writing chalk messages to honor the gender equality icon. But America was closely watching how the Republican machinations to replace her, already unfolding swiftly, will play out across the street at the Capitol and on the campaign trail.
Officials warned that Wilbur Ross' order shortening census schedule could make it seem politically manipulated
Census Bureau officials warned in mid-July that Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross' orders to end the 2020 census early risked producing a tally of "unacceptable quality" with "fatal flaws" that carries the stain of "politically-manipulated results."
Political money flows as both parties gear up for Supreme Court fight
The death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg set off a wave of political fundraising on Saturday, leading both Democrats and Republicans to ready tens of millions in spending ahead of the fight to replace the late Supreme Court justice.
Cory Gardner says country needs time to mourn Ginsburg death 'before the politics begin'
Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner, up for reelection in a swing state, said Saturday the nation needs to “reflect” on the legacy of late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg “before the politics begin.”
Rep. Doug Collins hit for tweeting about Ginsburg's abortion stance shortly after her death
GOP Rep. Doug Collins, who is running for Senate in Georgia, faced backlash when he offered condolences to “30 million babies” he said died as late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg defended abortion laws.