With just five days to go until Nov. 3, join as Rachel Dry, a New York Times deputy politics editor, chats with politics reporters Alex…
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday mostly reinstated a South Carolina law that requires absentee ballots to be accompanied by a witness’s signature. Lower…View More Supreme Court Revives Witness Requirement for South Carolina Absentee Ballots
A coronavirus outbreak that infected President Trump and spread to the Senate has thrown a fresh element of uncertainty into the politically fraught fight over…View More Trump’s diagnosis imperils a quick Supreme Court confirmation timeline.
In 2018, the vitriolic fight over the nomination of Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh played out against the backdrop of pivotal midterm elections, costing tens of…View More Democratic and Republican Fundraising Rises Over Supreme Court Confirmation Battle
WASHINGTON — Around 10 a.m. Thursday, the Supreme Court is set to decide whether President Trump can block the release of his financial records. The…View More Supreme Court to Decide if Trump Can Block Release of Tax Records
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday rejected a request from the Trump administration to allow construction of parts of the Keystone XL oil pipeline…View More Supreme Court Won’t Block Ruling to Halt Work on Keystone XL Pipeline
SYDNEY, Australia — For years there were private whispers and warnings from young women about a pattern of abuse by one of Australia’s most powerful…View More A Sexual Harasser Spent Years on Australia’s Top Court, an Inquiry Finds