The position will be left vacant by the retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy, 81, who had acted as the swing vote on many critical issues including abortion. Foreseeing inevitable news break-ins to offer coverage and analysis, broadcasters are rejiggering their primetime lineups so as to keep too much fresh summer fare from being preempted.
NBC, which only has American Ninja Warrior's Minneapolis qualifiers booked for this Monday, has yet to announce any tweaks to its line-up, while Fox as has been the case this summer has a disposable 9-1-1 rerun airing at 9 pm.
Syrian opposition factions agree to Russian settlement in Daraa
But Russian negotiators had still not arrived several hours after another meeting was due to begin on Saturday, Jabawi said. Israeli officials said they can't possibly take in 160,000 refugees, but are trying to do everything possible to help them.
According to National Public Radio (NPR), he has reduced the names of the potential nominees to three judges - Brett Kavanaugh, Amy Coney Barrett and Raymond Kethledge. The three others interviewed were justices Brett Kavanaugh, Amy Coney Barrett and Raymond Kethledge.
Thapar was on the shortlist of candidates after judge Antonin Scalia died in 2016.
"I've never seen a president of the United States in effect make himself a puppet of outside groups and choose from a group of right-wing fringe ideologues that are prepared on this list", the CT lawmaker said on ABC just moments after Leo's interview.
Heat warnings in effect
The city is in the midst of an "extreme heat event", Environment Canada said in its warning on Sunday. Premila D'Sa is a breaking news reporter, working out of the Star's radio room in Toronto.
"I'm very close to making a final decision". "They're good judges. I think they'd be fine justices of the Supreme Court".
Judge Raymond Kethledge of MI, who serves on the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, is seen in this 2017 photo released by Bloomsbury Publishing Inc.in New York, New York, U.S., July 6, 2018. "So I think it's a bit of a scare tactic and rank speculation more than anything else". "But I'm putting conservative people on". Honestly, I could pick any of the 25 and they would be terrific.
Two NU alumnae on Trump's shortlist for Justice Kennedy replacement
Walker said that if it comes down to the vice president casting a tie-breaking vote, he thinks it could tear the country apart. Joan Larsen (Pritzker '93) and Diane Sykes (Medill '80) are included on the main list of potential Supreme Court picks.
Mr Trump had on Friday discussed the nomination with Vice President Mike Pence in Bedminster, New Jersey.