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This Morning with Gordon Deal December 05, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal December 05, 2017
Tue, December, 5, 2017
Supreme Court allows enforcement of Trump's travel ban, challenge over corporate AMT tax, and finding deductions in your cable bill.
This Morning with Gordon Deal October 11, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal October 11, 2017
Wed, October, 11, 2017
Is Trump still the same guy who won in November, Supreme Court dismisses travel ban case, and stress and social media are taking their toll.
Supreme Court weighs fate of Trump travel ban order Supreme Court weighs fate of Trump travel ban order
Fri, June, 16, 2017
Lydia Wheeler from The Hill explains how the Supreme Court might handle the fate of President Trump's travel ban.
For Gorsuch, Supreme Court Job May Seem Subordinate For Gorsuch, Supreme Court Job May Seem Subordinate
Fri, April, 14, 2017
Richard Wolf from USA Today takes a look at Neil Gorsuch's role as the "junior justice" on the Supreme Court.
The Day the Senate Went 'Nuclear' The Day the Senate Went 'Nuclear'
Fri, April, 7, 2017
David Drucker from the Washington Examiner gives us the details on Senate Republicans' decision to "go nuclear" to set up Neil Gorsuch's confirmation to the Supreme Court.
Democrats Have Votes to Block Neil Gorsuch, Sparking Rule-Change Fight Democrats Have Votes to Block Neil Gorsuch, Sparking Rule-Change Fight
Tue, April, 4, 2017
Senate Democrats have the votes to block Neil Gorsuch. The Wall Street Journal's Byron Tau has the story.
Gorsuch may fall short of votes needed for smooth Supreme Court confirmation Gorsuch may fall short of votes needed for smooth Supreme Court confirmation
Wed, March, 29, 2017
What happens if President Trump's SCOTUS pick falls short? Robert Barnes from the Washington Post has the story.
Liberals threaten to primary over Gorsuch Liberals threaten to primary over Gorsuch
Mon, March, 13, 2017
Alex Bolton from The Hill breaks down why liberal groups are saying support Neil Gorsuch at your own risk.
Fight Over Supreme Court Pick Neil Gorsuch Set to Ramp Up Fight Over Supreme Court Pick Neil Gorsuch Set to Ramp Up
Thu, February, 23, 2017
The fight over Trump's SCOTUS pick starting to ramp up. Byron Tau from the Wall Street Journal has more.
Why Casey Could Be Key to the Supreme Court Fight Why Casey Could Be Key to the Supreme Court Fight
Wed, February, 15, 2017
The National Journal's Alex Rogers explains the importance of Senator Robert Casey to the Supreme Court fight.
Neil Gorsuch's Personality Could Shift Supreme Court's Dynamic Neil Gorsuch's Personality Could Shift Supreme Court's Dynamic
Wed, February, 8, 2017
The Wall Street Journal's Brent Kendall explains how Neil Gorsuch's personality could shift the Supreme Court's dynamic.
This Morning with Gordon Deal February 01, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal February 01, 2017
Wed, February, 1, 2017
Donald Trump taps Judge Neil Gorsuch for Supreme Court, Democrats delay votes for Donald Trump's cabinet picks and put off these money moves at your own peril.
Does the Death Penalty serve a Purpose? Supreme Court hasn't decided either Does the Death Penalty serve a Purpose? Supreme Court hasn't decided either
Mon, December, 19, 2016
USA Today's Richard Wolf joins us with a look at the debate of whether to end the death penalty, and the role the Supreme Court could play in this decision.
Federal Courts Will Shift to the Right Under Trump Federal Courts Will Shift to the Right Under Trump
Tue, November, 15, 2016
The USA Today's Richard Wolf on the changes coming to the judicial system under Donald Trump.
Election Offers Stark Choices on Supreme Court's Future Election Offers Stark Choices on Supreme Court's Future
Mon, November, 7, 2016
What will happen to the Supreme Court after election day? Jess Bravin from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
It's Still Anthony Kennedy's Court- but probably Not for Long It's Still Anthony Kennedy's Court- but probably Not for Long
Wed, June, 29, 2016
The Supreme Court released its decisions on abortion rights and affirmative action. Sam Baker from the National Journal breaks down how Justice Anthony Kennedy has swayed the vote "in a surprising liberal direction".
Supreme Court sends 'contraceptive mandate' cases back to lower courts Supreme Court sends 'contraceptive mandate' cases back to lower courts
Tue, May, 17, 2016
Richard Wolf from USA Today explains why the Supreme Court decided to punt on the "contraceptive mandate" case.
Supreme Court, without Scalia, leaning liberal for second year Supreme Court, without Scalia, leaning liberal for second year
Mon, May, 9, 2016
USA Today's Richard Wolf takes a look at how the Supreme Court will lean without the input from late conservative Justice Antonin Scalia.
Secret Justice Secret Justice
Wed, March, 30, 2016
Stanford law professor Paul Goldstein gives insight into what happens behind closed doors with the Supreme Court.
D.C.'s Dueling Supreme Court Strategies D.C.'s Dueling Supreme Court Strategies
Mon, March, 21, 2016
The Daily Beast's Jay Michaelson gives us a look at the two sides of the Supreme Court nominating fight.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 29, 2015 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 29, 2015
Mon, June, 29, 2015
Three attacks deepen fears about Islamic State's global reach, Pride parades supercharged by court ruling on marriage and Turner enlists Bugs Bunny, Scooby-Doo.
Insurers, Hospitals Brace for Affordable Care Act Ruling Insurers, Hospitals Brace for Affordable Care Act Ruling
Tue, June, 23, 2015
The Wall Street Journal's Stephanie Armour on the possible ramifications of the Supreme Court's vote on the Affordable Care Act.
NSA Privacy Questions Bound for SCOTUS NSA Privacy Questions Bound for SCOTUS
Mon, May, 11, 2015
Julian Hattem from The Hill discusses the ramifications of the latest Supreme Court ruling on spying.