Alito's Supreme Court Nomination Confirmed President Bush's conservative nominee to replace retiring Justice Sandra Day O'Connor on the Supreme Court wins confirmation Tuesday. The Senate voted 58-42 to confirm Samuel Alito, with all but one of the Senate's majority Republicans backing the nomination.
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Alito's Supreme Court Nomination Confirmed

The Senate votes 58-42 to confirm Samuel Alito as the nation's 110th Supreme Court justice.

Senate Panel Concludes Questioning of Alito

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Senate Panel to Wrap Questioning of Alito

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Alito Begins High Court Confirmation Hearings

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Arkansas Ads Take Up Alito Confirmation Battle

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