Tagged With Ruth Bader Ginsburg

AOC: I'm 'inclined to say yes' that Justice Stephen Breyer should retire at the end of the Supreme Court's current term


Democratic Rep. Mondaire Jones calls on Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to retire


McConnell rejected Pelosi's request for Ruth Bader Ginsburg to lie in state at the Capitol Rotunda, book says



How women in American politics have sent messages with their clothes through the years


Year in review: From Kobe Bryant to Ruth Bader Ginsburg, here are some noteworthy figures we lost in 2020


Year in review: The stories in 2020 that shook and shaped America



7 American political 'norms' blown to smithereens in 2020


Senate confirms Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court despite opposition from Democrats


A slim majority of Americans now support confirming Amy Coney Barrett, including 32% of Democratic voters, new poll shows


Amy Coney Barrett avoided answering questions from senators by citing the 'Ginsburg rule,' but legal scholars say it's not a valid excuse


Amy Klobuchar rips hearings for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett as a 'sham' and urges Americans to call their senators


'It was an honour': US Army soldier, one of the first women to earn Ranger tab, on leading Ruth Bader Ginsburg's lying in state ceremony



Kate McKinnon surprised 'SNL' viewers by dressing up as Ruth Bader Ginsburg for a tribute to the late Supreme Court justice


More than 1,500 alums of Rhodes College sounded off against Amy Coney Barrett's nomination in a letter


The coronavirus infects the Supreme Court hearing as 2 Senate Judiciary Committee senators test positive for COVID-19 and Chuck Schumer calls for a halt


Republicans say they will push ahead with Supreme Court hearings despite Trump and Sen. Mike Lee's coronavirus diagnoses



Biden and Trump clash over filling Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Supreme Court seat at the first presidential debate


WATCH NOW: Insider's DC bureau previews the presidential debates and the race to the Nov. 3 finish line


61 years after RBG graduated from law school, the gender bias she faced is less obvious — but just as prevalent


Senator says Democrats can delay Trump's Supreme Court nomination but 'can't stop the outcome'