Justice Neil Gorsuch's vote ultimately resulted in an Arkansas inmate being put to death.
Colorado's Neil Gorsuch could be the deciding vote in several key Supreme Court cases.
Gorsuch will immediately be thrown into several high-profile cases in which he could cast the deciding vote.
Gorsuch is expected to hit the ground running after being sworn in as a Supreme Court justice.
Judge Neil Gorsuch is the 113th Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.
The portrait that emerges is more nuanced than the extremes drawn by his supporters and critics.
The Senate approved Judge Neil Gorsuch to be a justice with a final vote of 54-45.
While Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has said, "There's no threat to the legislative filibuster," some of his colleagues aren't convinced.
Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet will vote “no” on Judge Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has triggered the so-called "nuclear option," a historic move that permanently changes Senate procedure.
As he said in recent days he would do, Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet on Thursday ordered the motion to end debate on the nomination…
As tension mounts over the possibility of a filibuster and drastic changes to Senate rules over the confirmation vote of Judge…