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Judging Supreme Court nominees is tricky. Whether the assessment is taking place formally by lawmakers in the Senate Judiciary Committee, or informally by everyday Americans at water coolers across the country, there are many unknowns.

Kavanaugh tiene la cualidad más importante para las elecciones de la Corte Suprema: carácter

 07/18/2018 - 11:27

Tiene su trampa evaluar a los candidatos a la Corte Suprema. Ya sea que la evaluación la hagan formalmente los legisladores del Comité Judicial del Senado, o, de manera informal, los estadounidenses de a pie en los water coolers de todo el país, hay muchas incógnitas.

Judging by ideology

 11/12/2015 - 16:42
Roque Pech (center), a DACA beneficiary, poses with the sixth-graders from PUC Community Charter in Lakeview Terrace, California

On Monday, the Fifth Circuit Appeals Court ruled to uphold the block on President Obama’s November 2014 executive action on immigration. The result of the ruling has long been a forgone conclusion, but the delay in issuing the ruling is raising eyebrows.

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Sabrina Vourvoulias