Conservative justice Neil Gorsuch — who's shown animosity to women's rights and ambivalence, at best, to LGBT rights — is now expected to serve for at least three decades on the high court.
Gorsuch's appointment comes after a historic vote Thursday to end the U.S. Senate's filibuster rule for SCOTUS nominees, according to NPR.
A new study found that the three women on the Supreme Court are often subject to "manterrupting," and it's not good for society.
The GOP's decision to "go nuclear" changes longstanding rules by allowing Gorsuch's nomination to go forward on a simple majority vote in the U.S. Senate.
Trump's Supreme Court nominee is a threat to our equality, writes Julianna Gonen of the National Center for Lesbian Rights.
Gorsuch is “not a neutral legal mind but someone with a deep-seated conservative ideology,” says Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer.
The Supreme Court nominee avoids saying much about the concept on which many civil rights rulings rest.