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Jul 31 2014
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dismissed any idea that she might step down from the bench anytime soon in an interview with Yahoo News published Thursday.
"All I can say is that I am still here and likely to remain for a while," Ginsburg said, responding to liberals who are urging her to retire so Obama can fill her spot with another like-minded justice.
Jun 15 2021
Perspectives Blog“They liked to fight things out in good spirit — in fair spirit — not the way we see debates these days on television.” — NPR’s Nina Totenberg
Note: This piece was originally created by The Village Square and published on respectandrebellion.com.
The friendship between Supreme Court icons Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Antonin Scalia seemed quite impossible. Among other things,Respect + Rebellion
Sep 25 2020
Ruth Bader Ginsburg was honored in the U.S. Capitol on Friday, where she became the first woman and the first Jewish person to lie in state. Lying in state is a tradition where someone’s body is placed in a state building to allow the public to pay their respects; due to coronavirus restrictions, Friday's ceremony was invitation-only. Only 38 people have lied in state since the death of Sen.Wall Street Journal (News) CNN (Online News) New York Post (News)
Sep 21 2020
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's passing last Friday at the age of 87 instantly became one of the biggest stories in the United States, even amid the coronavirus pandemic and a bitterly partisan presidential election.
These days it almost feels rare to hear a public figure spoken of with such reverence by leaders from both sides of the aisle (and across popular culture). ButJohn R. Wood Jr.
Jan 11 2019
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to Miss Next Week's Proceedings, But Shows 'No Evidence of Remaining Disease'
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will miss proceedings next week, but she shows no remaining signs of cancer and her recovery is "on track."Fox News (Online News) Wall Street Journal (News) CNN (Online News)
Sep 23 2020
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s casket arrived at the Supreme Court building Wednesday morning and was greeted by former law clerks who lined the front steps as honorary pallbearers as thousands are expected to pay their respects to the liberal icon this week.
The remaining justices awaited her arrival in the Supreme Court’s Great Hall, where a ceremony took place as Ginsburg’s casketFox News (Online News)
Sep 18 2020
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away Friday at age 87 from complications related to metastatic pancreatic cancer, the Court announced.
“Our Nation has lost a jurist of historic stature,” said Chief Justice John Roberts. “We at the Supreme Court have lost a cherished colleague. Today we mourn, but with confidence that future generations will remember Ruth Bader GinsburgNational Review
Sep 23 2020
The idea of expanding the Supreme Court has caught fire among some Democrats in recent days, as the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg has ignited a Washington power struggle that could drag on for months, long after the Senate votes on President Trump’s nominee to replace her.
“We should leave all options on the table, including the number of justices that are on the Supreme Court,”New York Times (News)
Sep 18 2020
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a pioneering figure in the fight for women’s legal equality and the second woman to serve on the Supreme Court, died Friday in her Washington home, surrounded by her family. She succumbed to metastatic pancreatic cancer at the age of 87, the Supreme Court said.
“Our Nation has lost a jurist of historic stature. We at the Supreme Court have lost a cherishedWall Street Journal (News)
Sep 23 2020
"The possibility of filling Justice Ginsburg’s seat has upended Senate races from North Carolina to Arizona, giving an already deeply polarized electorate a new focal point. Ms. Collins, a Republican, has already said she will oppose any effort by President Trump to rush a nominee through. But that may not be enough for Maine’s Democrat-leaning voters, many of whom say she bungled by voting toWashington Times