As part of a recent discussion at Sundance, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was asked what she thought about Kate McKinnon's impression of her on Saturday Night Live. "I liked the actress who portrayed me," Ginsburg said, "and I would like to say 'Gins-Burn' sometimes to my colleagues."
Ruth Bader Ginsburg isn't one to ignore a good meme or joke, especially if it's about her. The Supreme Court justice revealed her thoughts about the "Notorious RGB" memes long ago. But now, while in conversation with NPR's Nina Totenberg...Show More Summary
Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Loretta Rush says courts statewide have boosted their response to the opioid abuse epidemic and will continue to do so. The (Munster) Times reports Rush … Click to Continue »
"I think it's about time," said Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg today about the rise of the #MeToo movement at the Sundance Film Festival. "For so long women were silent thinking there was nothing you could about it," the almost 25-year SCOTUS vet added of the renewed response to wide spread sexual harassment and sexual assault allegations. Show More Summary
The Trump administration has been disciplined and efficient in seating federal judges, at the Supreme, appeals, and district court levels.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's Supreme Federal Court on Sunday ruled against calls by Sunni and Kurdish lawmakers to delay a parliamentary election, expected to be called for May, to allow hundreds of thousands of people displaced by war to return home.
Casey Michel sends the Marshal of the Supreme Court against the conspiracy cranks that have been inevitably drawn to the investigation into Russian intervention in the 2016 election: Led by British gadfly Louise Mensch (269,000 followers on Twitter currently) and going by a handful of names and hashtags — including #TeamPatriot — this coterie largely […]
The US Supreme Court has said it will decide the legality of Donald Trump’s so-called Muslim travel ban – a case that will likely be an examination of his presidential powers. After legal challenges to a series of measures announcedShow More Summary
Trump made the flub in his address during the 45th annual March for Life rally, which marks the anniversary of the 1973 Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion. “Right now, in a number of states, the laws allow a baby to be born from his or her mother’s womb in the ninth month,” Trump said. Trump called on legislators to outlaw late-term abortions in his address.
A government-wide shutdown is a "non-event," retired Supreme Court clerk William Suter said in an interview Saturday. "The court marches on."
Two state agencies have proposed new regulations to expand the scope of legal possession of firearms in Delaware state parks. The proposals come in response to a state Supreme Court … Click to Continue »
Supreme Judicial Court Chief Justice Ralph Gants is planning to join hundreds of attorneys from more than 40 law firms to lobby state lawmakers for funding for civil legal aid … Click to Continue »
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court agreed Friday to decide the legality of the latest version of President Donald Trump's ban on travel to the United States by residents of six majority-Muslim countries.
New Bruce Cain column in the American Interest: The Supreme Court has decided to review three partisan redistricting cases this term. One case centers on an alleged Republican partisan gerrymander in Wisconsin (Gill v. Whitford), another on an alleged Democratic … Continue reading ?
The Utah Supreme Court's newest member is now on the bench. The Salt Lake Tribune reports that Justice Paige Petersen was sworn in Friday to fill a vacancy created by … Click to Continue »
The Mississippi Supreme Court will not reconsider its decision to overturn a man's three murder convictions. Prosecutors asked justices to conduct another hearing in the case of Sherwood Brown. Justices … Click to Continue »
[_Amici Curiae_ in Janus v. AFSCME](https://www.supremecourt.gov/DocketPDF/16/16-1466/28326/20180118155219419_16-1466%20bsac%20Economists%20and%20Professors%20of%20Law%20and%20Economics.pdf): No. 16-1466 :: In the Supreme Court of the United States :: MARK JANUS, Petitioner, v. Show More Summary