In Rift With Biden, a Dramatic Show of Force by a Conservative Catholic Movement


A vote by the U.S. bishops was the most dramatic example of the conservative Catholic movement’s reach since Joseph R. Biden was elected. But the contingent had been gaining strength throughout the Trump era. Online-PR: […]

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The Supreme Court’s Newest Justices Produce Some Unexpected Results


In the term so far, including two major decisions on Thursday, the court’s expanded conservative majority is fractured and its liberals are often on the winning side. Online-PR: … unsere digitale Pressearbeit im Internet hilft […]

Supreme Court Partly Backs Religious Challenge to California Virus Restrictions


The ruling followed a similar one in a case from New York and provided more evidence of a change in the court’s direction after the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Republicans Set to Advance Barrett Nomination Amid Democratic Boycott

The action by the Senate Judiciary Committee would set up a vote on Monday by the full chamber to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.

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.

Fearing a ‘Blood Bath,’ Republican Senators Begin to Edge Away From Trump


The statements offer an answer to the question of when Republicans might begin to repudiate the president after years of embracing him: the moment they believed he threatened their own political survival.

What to Watch For in the Final Day of Amy Coney Barrett’s Hearing

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Questioning is over and senators have one more opportunity to state their case. What lies ahead as the hearing enters its final day?

Amid the Barrett Hearing Choreography, a Near-Certain Outcome: Confirmation


Democrats pressed Judge Amy Coney Barrett more with the election in mind than out of any hope of derailing her rise to the Supreme Court.