In the context of some epic cheating, jamming yet another of Donald Trump's nominees onto the Supreme Court as the clock runs out is nothing
Heralding a "new chapter of American greatness," President Donald Trump stood before Congress for the first time Tuesday night and issued a broad call for creating new jobs, overhauling the nation's health care system and significantly boosting military spending.
Donald Trump has picked Neil Gorsuch, a young conservative, as the next justice to fill the vacant seat in the eight-judge bench in the US Supreme Court. Trump's next battle, however, will be to confirm Gorsuch whose legacy will likely outlive the presidency.
Neil Gorsuch is new Supreme Court justice: Will he function independently or be another Trump puppet
If confirmed, Neil Gorsuch will take the place of the late Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court. For such an anticipated move, the appointment is unsurprising.
The US President Donald Trump took to Facebook Live to name Neil Gorsuch to fill the Supreme Court spot that has been vacant for nearly a year since the sudden death of former Chief Justice Antonin Scalia.
Neil Gorsuch, named Tuesday as President Donald Trump's nominee to the US Supreme Court, has a solidly conservative pedigree that has earned him comparison to the combative justice he would replace, Antonin Scalia.
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President Barack Obama announced his nomination of Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court on Wednesday, praising the judge as a brilliant legal mind respected on "both sides of the aisle."
President Barack Obama called Merrick Garland one of the country's "sharpest legal minds".
Indian-American legal luminary Sri Srinivasan is among the two persons zeroed in on by US President Barack Obama for the post of Supreme Court judge
The Republican Senators in the Senate Judiciary Committee insisted that the choice lay with President Obama's successor.
US President Barack Obama has been requested by a lawyers' body and a Congresswoman to nominate a South-Asian American to the Supreme Court to fill up the vacancy caused by the sudden death of conservative icon Justice Antonin Scalia.
Three Indian-American legal luminaries may be among the possible candidates whom US President Barack Obama could nominate as a Supreme Court judge following the sudden death of conservative icon Justice Antonin Scalia.
Republican lawmakers and presidential candidates hardened their positions on blocking a move by Obama to fill the SC seat left by the late Justice Antonin Scalia, a lifetime appointment that would help decide some of the most divisive issues facing Americans.
US Supreme Court Judge Scalia's replacement: Sri Srinivasan, Obama-nominated Indian-American could challenge Republicans
One possible contender to replace Justice Antonin Scalia on the US Supreme Court is an Indian-American appeals court judge, Sri Srinivasan, who has pro-business credentials and a stellar resume.