Robert Thomas made a thorough observation on his Inverse Condemnation blog: Chief Justice Roberts is the Supreme Court's "property guy":
In an interview with CNN, Breyer discussed the factors that will inform a retirement decision and his role as the senior liberal on the bench.
Democrats have been pinning their hopes on Justice Stephen Breyer retiring while they still have a majority in the Senate. Liberal groups have launched billboard campaigns pressuring the 82-year-old j
Breyer said he is feeling fine and answered flatly “no” when asked if he has decided about any timeframe for retirement.
Breyer is facing pressure to step down. Progressive groups and some congressional lawmakers want Biden to appoint his successor.
When you hear the name Michael Wolff, you might remember that the journalist published two books about Donald Trump’s presidency, Fire and Fury and Siege, which Trump threatened to sue him over. Wolff recently came out with a third book, Landslide: The Final Days of the Trump Presidency, that details the end of Trump’s time in office. Trump, perhaps surprisingly, sat down with Wolff to be interviewed for the last book in the series on himself, some of which has been excerpted by Axios. According...
The doyen of the US Supreme Court, Stephen Breyer, who has been under pressure from the left to resign while Democrats are able to name his successor, said Thursday he had not decided whether or not to step down.
Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, 82, says he has not decided when he will retire, after liberal groups pressured him to step down so that President Joe Biden can appoint a younger justice.
Over the weekend, there were several reports that Britney Spears had retained Mathew Rosengart, a partner at GreenbergTraurig. I checked his firm page, and noticed that he had clerked for Justice Souter on the New Hampshire Supreme Court. Today, it appears that Spears has in fact retained Rosengart. I checked Rosengart's firm page again–and the clerkship for Justice Souter is missing!
Three years after Brett Kavanaugh survive claims of sexual misconduct to win confirmation to the Supreme Court, the FBI revealed it received 4500 tips during his vetting.
In recent decades, voting rights progress has consisted of expanding access to a ballot and the ways to cast it—such as online registration, voting from home with mailed-out ballots and other options to vote before Election Day. Those innovations have been widely embraced, especially during the 2020 election in response to health concerns during a pandemic. In the general election, 56 million people voted in a different manner than they had in 2016.
An activist group parked a truck outside the court with a billboard reading: "Breyer, retire. It's time for a Black woman Supreme Court justice."