Judge Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court confirmation process began this week, with Tuesday's hearing giving the Senate Judiciary Committee the opportunity to ask the Trump nominee questions.
- Opening statement: Barrett tell Senate that courts "should not try" to make policy.
- Elections: Barrett declines to say whether a president can unilaterally delay election or whether she would recuse from 2020 election case
- Abortion: Barrett says she does not have a judicial "agenda" on abortion, declines to say whether Roe v. Wade was wrongly decided
- Health care: Barrett says she's "not hostile" to the Affordable Care Act, defends past writings
- Analysis: How Barrett would change the way the Supreme Court works
- Strategy: What to expect from Democrats and Republicans at this week's hearings