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Justice Anthony Kennedy's departure at the end of July will give US President Donald Trump the opportunity to appoint his second justice to the 9-seat bench, which exerts a deep and far-reaching influence on American life.
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Conservative Justice Neil Gorsuch joins in a 5-4 ruling stating that the legal definition of a crime of violence – which is being used to deport Philippines-born James Garcia Dimaya – is too vague
Neil Gorsuch s swearing in retilts the bench to the right as he filled the seat left vacant by last year s death of conservative icon Antonin Scalia
UPDATED The White House says Neil Gorsuch will be sworn in by Chief Justice John Roberts on Monday morning April 10 in a private ceremony
A final vote on Gorsuch is now set for Friday April 7 and his confirmation is all but assured
Political moves could bulldoze century old Senate traditions and potentially do irreparable damage to the deliberative body
The growing opposition to Neil Gorsuch by Democrats means Republicans are likely to ram through a deeply controversial change to Senate rules in order to ensure his confirmation as the next Supreme Court justice
It is a very public game of political chicken that could shape the makeup of the US Supreme Court for years to come and unravel any remaining pretense of bipartisanship in the upper chamber of Congress
Neil Gorsuch: Nobody is above the law in this country and that includes the president of the United States
UPDATED Trump s pick fills the long vacant ninth position on the bench – empty since Antonin Scalia died in February 2016 – and tilts the balance of the court back in the conservatives favor