A win for Trump? But now every Democrat can ask voters if they trust Trump to protect their care, really.
SCOTUS decides against fast-tracking the Obamacare case, handing Trump an opportunity to lie about healthcare in the 2020 election cycle.
A call to resist: reproductive freedom is now on the ballot in 2020.
The true issue underlying this case is unbridled executive authority and whether there are any boundaries.
SCOTUS lets Kentucky continue to abuse women seeking reproductive choice.
THAT'S how much gun nuts need to carry their guns around everywhere they go. 'MURICA!
Trump wants SCOTUS to declare him immune from everything all the time while he's president, as well as keep his tax returns secret for all eternity.
The future remains uncertain for a group of young people who were brought from other countries to the U.S. as children without legal authorization.
Ooh maybe he'll get two more SCOTUS seats, too! Pat Robertson suggests Sotomayor and the "immortal" Ruth Bader Ginsburg may leave vacancies for Donald Trump.
Pete Williams reports.
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