As the newest Supreme Court justice he will be called on to open doors and sit on the cafeteria committee.
Senate battle over Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch has been relatively mild, but that's about to change
Confirming President Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court was expected to be one of the biggest battles of the year. So far, it hasn't been. But that likely will change on Monday.
President Trump's top diplomat arrives for tense talks in Russia, while a Kansas special congressional election has everyone looking for the Trump effect.
Following a bitter confirmation fight, the high court's newest member is expected to serve for decades.
Senators say they're open to restoring the filibuster for Supreme Court nominees.
As the freshman Supreme Court justice, Neil Gorsuch will have 'cafeteria duty' and a few other hazing rituals
The menial duties for the newest justice are tradition, but not a bad deal for a job that comes with lifetime tenure and the prestige of a high court seat.
The Supreme Court nominee's legal record shows he has embraced a bare-bones standard of education for disabled children
Nominee returns 68-page questionaire to Senate Judciary Committee ahead of March confirmation hearings
Spicer gets into heated exchange with reporters after insisting Gorsuch's comments had nothing to do with Trump
Sean Spicer acknowledged that Trump levied attacks on the judiciary and that Gorsuch said attacks on the judiciary were "disheartening."
Trump's pick for the court will likely decide on a case with profound significance for public-sector unions
'You saw this pick cheered among the business community': What Neil Gorsuch's Supreme Court nod could mean for the business world
Neil Gorsuch is widely expected to favor big business should he be confirmed to the court.
It's going to be an uphill battle for Trump's Supreme Court pick — here are all the obstacles he faces
It won't be an easy road for Neil Gorsuch.
In remarks to the Federalist Society in Philadelphia, Pence also highlighted his family's immigrant history
Simple answer : Yes How? The Democrats in The Senate can "Filibuster" the nomination. What does that mean?...
Republicans jammed two of President Donald Trump's top Cabinet picks through the Senate Finance Committee with no Democrats in the room Wednesday after suspending a rule that would have otherwise barred them from taking the vote.
The White House used secret escorts, remote farm roads, and a military jet to keep Trump's Supreme Court pick a secret
All in the name of a little mystery.
It felt for a moment on Tuesday night as though President Trump was going to ask for the envelope before revealing a decision whose consequences could last longer than any other he’ll make in the White House .
Media reports have indicated that Trump has narrowed his list to three candidates: Gorsuch, William Pryor, and Thomas Hardiman.
Schumer has vowed to oppose any nominee outside "the legal mainstream."
Media reports have indicated that Trump has narrowed his list to three candidates: Gorsuch, William Pryor, and Thomas Michael Hardiman.