Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg accused her fellow justices of being “sexist” after the Hobby Lobby decision. Ginsburg made the accusations during an interview with Katie Couric. Life News reported: Apparently the phony “war on women” has made its … Continue reading ?
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg plans on staying on the U.S. Supreme Court for the time being, creating the possibility that her seat will be a factor in the 2016 presidential election. On July 30, Ginsburg sat down with Katie Couric for an interview for ABC News and Yahoo News in a content-sharing deal between the network and web company. Show More Summary
Justice to Yahoo's Katie Couric: "I’m still here and likely to remain for a while."
Former anchor Katie Couric has a long history of not just floating between networks and sinking ratings but also adding left-wing rhetoric wherever she can. Granted an exclusive interview with Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg...Show More Summary
In an interview with Katie Couric, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg discusses her amazing dissent in the Hobby Lobby case and the blind spot of the boys’ club of the Supreme Court. Affirming that contraception is something women must have “to control her own destiny,” she said she didn’t think the five male judges who ruled [...]
Recently Notorious R.B.G. — I’m mean, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg — was interviewed by Katie Couric for Yahoo and she’s got a lot to say about last month’s decision in favor of Hobby Lobby. The chain of craft stores owned by evangelical Christians, along with other several other businesses owned by religious folks, [...]
The Notorious R.B.G. is in the house. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg opened her chambers to Yahoo’s Katie Couric - showing off her collection of courtly collars, called jabots, sounding off on the summer decision on Hobby Lobby and revealing her reaction to rumors of her looming retirement.
by Jia Tolentino Katie Couric talked to Ruth Bader Ginsburg about the Hobby Lobby Supreme Court decision, the likelihood that she'll stick around past Obama's term (thus putting her spot up for potential Republican replacement), her judicial argument with Roe v. Show More Summary
Katie Couric interviewed Ruth Bader Ginsburg for Yahoo! recently. The justice talked about her plans to stay on the bench as long as possible, and her disagreements with the majority in Hobby Lobby. That stuff is very serious and important but here's what she also did: she endorsed the Notorious R.B.G. tumblr. Read more...
Supreme Court justice discusses her dissent in Hobby Lobby case with Yahoo's Katie Couric.
The Supreme Court’s oldest justice tells Katie Couric that she has no plans to retire.
On the last episode of “Katie,” the host looked back at memorable guests and segments over the show’s two-year history. read more
In today's Tweet Beat, Matt Lauer might look a little different on Monday, Katie Couric has a special day and Ingrid Michaelson and Geraldo Rivera find common ground about Ray Rice. Read more...
Let me just say this: If I ever get publicly bounced from a job, I am heading straight for Cosmopolitan magazine. Then I'm off to see Greta Van Susteren at Fox News and then onto Katie Couric, who will be waiting at Yahoo News. Gail Sheehy, I'm hoping, can get me in Politico. This is the route Jill Abramson has...
Let’s give credit where credit is due. Last Tuesday, a former Fox News and MSNBC anchor and best-selling author, Rita Cosby, landed the first post-New York Times broadcast interview with the newspaper’s executive editor, Jill Abramson, who was abruptly fired in May.
Van Susteren's interview was direct and wide-ranging where Couric's was timid and roundabout
Ms. Golodryga, who has been a weekend anchor for “Good Morning America,’' will report on news and finance at Yahoo alongside Katie Couric.
Former New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson followed up her interview with Fox News' Greta Van Susteren this week by sitting down with Yahoo News' Katie Couric for an extended conversation. But when Couric tried to get Abramson to speculate about why she was fired earlier this year, she wasn't having it.
Recently ousted New York Times editor Jill Abramson sat down with Katie Couric on Yahoo News Thursday afternoon to discuss her career at the Times, her firing, and her future plans. As expected, Couric wanted to center on the possible notion that Abramson being a female had everything to do with her firing. Show More Summary
It was NY1/WABC-AM’s Pat Kiernan who scored the first interview with Jill Abramson, the former editor of The New York Times. But try telling that to Greta Van Susteren and Katie Couric — both claimed the big “get” for themselves Tuesday.