- As President Trump fills 124 judgeships, Neil M. Gorsuch, the Supreme Court nominee, is seen as the first step for an influential group seeking to transform the bench.
- Leonard A. Leo of the Federalist Society sits at the nexus of the largely unseen network of conservative organizations, donors and lawyers.
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Mr. Trump had plenty of meaty legislative challenges to address, yet he kept getting sidetracked by controversies of his own making.
Mr. Trump has picked George T. Conway III to head the department’s civil division. If confirmed, he would represent the president in legal challenges to his travel ban.
As news of Mr. Trump’s budget begins to sink in, some Americans feel as if their country no longer has a place for them.
The president’s once-wayward eldest son embraces his new role in business and politics on his terms.
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