Supreme Court Allows Revival of Trump-Era Asylum Policy


The court’s unsigned order refused to stay a ruling from a federal judge in Texas forbidding the Biden administration from ending the policy. Online-PR: … unsere digitale Pressearbeit im Internet hilft weiter…

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Biden’s Judicial Nominees Have Diverse Backgrounds


The president’s first choices for district and appeals court openings reflected his campaign promise to choose judges from outside of traditional backgrounds.

Merrick Garland Faces Resurgent Peril After Years Fighting Extremism


The fallout from the Capitol attack and the shadow of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing are likely to take center stage at the confirmation hearings for President Biden’s pick for attorney general.

Federal Appeals Courts Emerge as Crucial for Trump in Voting Cases


Federal district courts have tended to rule for Democrats in litigation over how to run the election, but appeals courts, well stocked with the president’s nominees, are blocking them.

Rooted in Faith, Representing a New Conservatism: Amy Coney Barrett’s Path to a Court Pick


As Judge Barrett’s confirmation hearings are set to begin, her background and résumé mark a stark departure from more traditional nominees to the Supreme Court.