A John Roberts Roundup
The latest information on the Supreme Court nominee.
Updated Monday, Sept. 19, 2005, at 5:52 PM
"Access to Records May Be a Sticking Point," by Charles Babington, Washington Post. July 28, 2005.
"Answer the Question, Judge!: Scalia explains why Roberts should speak freely at his confirmation hearings," by Emily Bazelon, Slate. July 26, 2005.
"Bringing the Hearings to Order," by Arlen Specter, New York Times. July 24, 2005.
"Onstage: Judge's Past, Politicians' Future," by Adam Nagourney, New York Times. July 24, 2005.
"Armies Ready for Court Battle but Are Unable to Find a Fight," Elisabeth Bumiller, New York Times. July 24, 2005.
"Hearings' Topic A May Be a Surprise," by Charles Babington, Washington Post. July 22, 2005.
"Making His Rounds, Nominee Is Pressed to Become More Forthcoming This Time," by Sheryl Gay Stolberg, New York Times. July 22, 2005.
"Roberts Reviewed: A Breakfast Table discussion," by Viet Dinh, Dahlia Lithwick, and Cliff Sloan, Slate. July 20-22, 2005.
"Filibuster on Supreme Court Nominee Appears Unlikely," by Sheryl Gay Stolberg, New York Times. July 21, 2005.
"Democrats Say Nominee Will Be Hard to Defeat," by Peter Baker and Charles Babington, Washington Post. July 21, 2005.
"Previous Work, Stock Ownership Could Lead to Recusals for Roberts," by Carrie Johnson and Jeffrey H. Birnbaum, Washington Post. July 21, 2005.
Bidisha Banerjee is the San Francisco-based co-author of a forthcoming Yale Climate and Energy Institute/Centre for International Governance Innovation report on scenario planning for solar radiation management. She is collaborating on a geoengineering game and has written about geoengineering governance for Slate and the Stanford Journal of Law, Science, and Policy.
Torie Bosch is the editor of Future Tense, a project from Slate, the New America Foundation, and Arizona State that covers emerging technologies and their implications for society and policy.
Laurel Wamsley, a former Slate intern, is a writer living in Washington, D.C.