Six GOP senators have announced their intentions ahead of Tuesday's Judiciary Committee vote on the Supreme Court nominee.
At her confirmation hearings this week, any ideological slugfest was avoided as the nominee stayed low-key and judicial.
Senators drew the battle lines early in confirmation hearings for the Supreme Court nominee.
As the New Englander retires, he and Chief Justice John Roberts exchange warm letters of farewell – and a few verses of Robert Frost.
Civil rights activists praise the court for not throwing out a key provision of the 1965 Voting Rights Act.
The court did not strike down the law Monday, as some experts had expected, but it opened the door for jurisdictions to free themselves from one of the act's key provisions.
Conservative majority opinion limits prisoners’ chances to prove innocence.
In a 5-4 decision involving a rape case in Alaska, the court leaves the issue to states.
As a senator, Obama voted against Justices Roberts and Alito on the basis of their ideology, Republicans say. Why can't we do the same? they ask.