A handful of senators say they will consider or meet with Obama's nominee.
Obama's Supreme Court nominee has a reputation as a centrist.
An outside group launched an attack against a potential Obama SCOTUS pick last week.
It's the latest sign that Obama is near a decision on a pick to replace Scalia.
The book is a collection of her writing and speeches.
Graham also predicts that Clinton would pick someone more liberal than Obama would pick.
"If you want to stop extremism in your party," she says, show respect for the Constitution.
Reid said McConnell chose path of "demagoguery and lapsed constitutional duties."
Obama is reportedly interviewing five options for Scalia's seat.
"The tantrums from the other side continue," Grassley fired back.
The battle over replacing Scalia is leading to questions on the role of politics.
Oral arguments are scheduled for April 18.
Kirk: "I will assess Judge Merrick Garland based on his record and qualifications."
The group is lead plaintiff in a number of upcoming cases.
The brief would oppose Obama's executive actions on immigration.
The White House says its process "continues."
Democrats have repeatedly blasted Sen. Chuck Grassley.
"Everyone knows whoever is nominated in this election cycle isn’t getting confirmed."
Democrats wanted to confirm two lower-level judges.
The committee will debate whether to hold a hearing on a Supreme Court nomination.
Obama's move was both legal and necessary, they argue.
The case centered on visitation rights denied to a lesbian woman.
The law requires abortion providers to have admitting privileges at local hospitals.
Republicans accuse Democrats of slowing an opioid abuse bill because of the court battle.