Ruth Bader Ginsburg


A Streetwear Brand with a FUCT-up Name Just Won Its Supreme Court Case

It might be "scandalous," but it's legal.


Supreme Court Could Take on Fetal Burial Abortion Case

A conservative-leaning Supreme Court may decide to take on an anti-abortion law with implications for Roe v. Wade.


Ruth Bader Ginsburg is back home recovering from cancer surgery

In July, Ginsburg said she’d like to stay on the bench for “at least” five more years.


Ruth Bader Ginsburg just underwent surgery for lung cancer — but she's going to be fine

The disease was discovered incidentally during testing after Ginsburg fell in her office and broke three ribs in November.


Armie Hammer Cooks RBG's Husband's Recipes, Proves He's a Snack

Ruth Bader Ginsberg was reportedly "mesmerized by the way he handled that knife."


Ocasio-Cortez's Beat-Up Campaign Shoes to Be Featured in New Fashion Exhibition

Incoming Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's worn-out sneakers will be part of "Women Empowered: Fashions from the Frontline," an upcoming exhibition at Cornell University's Costume and Textile Collection.


Ruth Bader Ginsburg fell in her office and broke 3 ribs

Ginsburg’s health has been a matter of intense speculation, since she is the oldest member of the court by 5 years and is one of its four sitting liberal justices.


South Carolina congressman makes a joke out of Kavanaugh assault allegations

The "joke" involved Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Abraham Lincoln.


Kavanaugh Misuses 'Ginsburg Rule' to Avoid Giving His Stance on Abortion, Advocates Say

Reproductive rights advocates argue that Brett Kavanaugh misinterpreted Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's comments from her own 1993 confirmation hearings, during which she said judges shouldn't opine on specific Supreme Court cases.


Watch Supreme Court nominees dodge the abortion question since 1980

A short history of SCOTUS nominees not answering the questions they're being asked.


You Can Breathe Now, Ruth Bader Ginsburg Says She Isn't Going Anywhere

"I have about at least five more years."


RBG Plans to Serve Supreme Court Until She's 90, Blocking Another Trump Pick

Longtime Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she'll hold onto her seat for "at least five more years."