Just in case you were wondering.
It's not whether she's gay.
"White House is implicitly stating sexual orientation is a legitimate issue of discussion in the confirmation process."
Andrea Peyser went to find out.
"I just like women to be represented in all parts of American political and civic life."
The Supreme Court nominee was apparently an excellent teacher.
"She’s shown relatively little interest in coming up with new theories or influencing public debate," he writes.
As we suspected, everyone's wondering about the Obama nominee's personal life.
Solicitor general would be court's third woman.
Progressive judge is the fourth candidate to meet with the president.
Sidney Thomas gets face time with both Obama and Biden.
"What is the difference between the pager and the e-mail?" Justice Roberts asks.
Not to mention the fact that they're "doers."
She once called "don't ask, don't tell" "a profound wrong — a moral injustice of the first order."
This seems like a bad move.
Citing "conservative activists" but quoting none, the 'Journal' gets a jump on an inevitable story line.
John Roberts says it's like losing a family member.
Solicitor General Elena Kagan is the front-runner and the other two are federal appellate judges Diane Wood and Merrick Garland.
Huh. That's a surprise.