The late Justice Antonin Scalia was famous for reliance on what he called the "original intent" behind America's founding document. His sudden death is creating winners and losers in cases now evenly split between conservatives and liberals. Immigration, abortion, voting rights and the power of organized labor will all be affected, dramatizing the Supreme Court's enormous influence on American life. This year's election could help shape the Third Branch of Government for generations to come. So, what about Scalia's successor?
The US Supreme Court and the Race to the White House
David Savage - Los Angeles Times - @davidgsavage, Bruce Allen Murphy - Lafayette College, Ed Kilgore - political columnist at New York Magazine, and former Democratic strategist - @ed_kilgore, Carrie Severino - Judicial Crisis Network - @jcnseverino