Topic: Bush v. Gore
Critics say Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan might not be qualified, since she's never been a judge. But historically, most Supreme Court justices never graduated from law school.
05/11/2010 04:54 pm
John Paul Stevens, the longest serving Supreme Court justice, plans to leave the bench in June. The Stevens retirement allows President Obama to name a second high court justice, opening the way for a likely confirmation battle.
04/09/2010 03:02 pm
George W. Bush adviser Karl Rove keeps his cards close to the vest in this memoir about his political career.
03/18/2010 06:35 am
Gay-rights activists in New Jersey said they would file a lawsuit following the defeat of the gay-marriage bill in the state Senate Thursday. But the effort to legalize gay marriage through the courts carries its own risks.
01/08/2010 07:36 pm
A federal judge ruled Wednesday that video of the case challenging California’s Proposition 8 ban on gay marriage can be shown on YouTube. Proceedings are set to start Monday.
01/06/2010 07:18 pm
A federal judge refused to block a legal challenge against Proposition 8, which bans same-sex marriage in California. Both sides expect the case to go to the US Supreme Court.
10/14/2009 01:00 am
On Jan. 11, the two lawyers who argued the Bush v. Gore in 2000 will begin their case against Proposition 8.
08/20/2009 01:00 am
Jeffrey Toobin examines the nine personalities that sit on the nation's highest court.
05/03/2009 01:00 am
Race and gender are important, but with six Harvard justices, President Obama should consider geographic, professional, and social backgrounds, too, when he evaluates nominees.
04/17/2009 01:00 am
09/22/2008 01:00 am