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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Played a Pivotal Role in the Women’s-Rights Era — and That Was Before She Joined the Supreme Courtmarketwatch.com -
Decades before she joined the court, Ginsburg’s work as an attorney in the 1970s fundamentally changed the Supreme Court’s approach to women’s rights, and…
Mitch McConnell, the Senate majority leader who refused to bring to a confirmation vote President Barack Obama’s nominee to replace conservative Supreme…
‘This Is Just Slowing the Clock on Evictions’: Why the CDC’s Moratorium on Evictions Won’t Solve America’s Looming $100 Billion Rental Crisismarketwatch.com -
‘The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced in early September that it was establishing a temporary ban on evictions across the country.’
“We wonder if the risk of not owning U.S. bank stocks is greater than owning them,” writes Barclays’ Jason Goldberg.
Patrick Reed is atop the leader board at the U.S. Open, and Bryson DeChambeau stands a shot back after a painful Friday for most.
U.S. air-safety regulators have used decades-old data to establish emergency evacuation standards for airliners, according to a government watchdog report emphasizing that changes in cabin…
Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Saturday visited a Tokyo shrine linked to Japan’s militarist past, waiting only three days after his departure from office to resume a…
Steve Easterbrook said in a court filing that he complied with all the terms of his separation agreement with McDonald’s and it shouldn’t be allowed to claw back his multimillion-dollar severance package.
As a high-school student, Mike Smith drafted a multidecade plan to reach the corner office. Thirty four years later, he is a top exec at online styling service Stitch Fix. “We are all a work…
The rule that the same dollar buys twice the computing power every 18 months is no longer true, but a new law—which we named for the CEO of Nvidia, the company now most emblematic of…
This year’s October surprise just arrived, writes columnist Gerald Seib, bringing an explosive new issue to presidential and Senate races alike.
Senate Democrats probably would need to peel off four Republicans to block a pick by President Trump for the high court, putting the spotlight on the small number of moderate Republicans in the chamber.
Democrats called for the nomination to be put on hold until after the election between President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden is decided.
President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden comment on the death of Justice Ginsburg. Photo: Tom Brenner/Reuters, Drew Angerer/Getty Images
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a pioneering figure for women’s rights and the second woman to sit on the nation’s highest court, died Friday at the age of 87. WSJ Legal affairs reporter Brent…
Prince George’s Public Defender’s Office Joins Push to Unseal Police Misconduct Details in Discrimination Lawsuitwww.washingtonpost.com -
An expert report concluded systems of discrimination and retaliation exist within Prince George’s police, but portions of the material were redacted that public defenders say could impact…
Analysis | Three-Quarters of Americans Know Only a Few People Who Support the Candidate They Themselves Opposewww.washingtonpost.com -
Post-polling of the 2016 presidential election showed a similar gulf.
People gathered in Washington, D.C. on Sept. 18 to hold a vigil for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the steps of the Supreme Court.
Trump’s Appointees Sought to Censor What Government Scientists Said About the Coronavirus, Emails Showwww.washingtonpost.com -
Their emails showed how they hectored government scientists even as the virus raged out control.
Trump Announces Aid Package for Puerto Rico in a Campaign Year Reversal Democrats Call Brazenly Politicalwww.washingtonpost.com -
The move underscores the importance of Florida in his reelection contest with Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
Many voters said they were unlikely to change their minds before Election Day and eager for their votes to count.
Biden, Trump Wield Class Arguments as They Vie for Working-Class Voters in Minnesota and the Upper Midwestwww.washingtonpost.com -
The former vice president is trying to make inroads among a group that strongly favored Trump in 2016.
The detailed acccounts of torture in clandestine detention centers read like dispatches from the darkest days of right-wing military dictatorships.
At her Senate confirmation hearing in 1993, Ginsburg told the Judiciary Committee that “in my lifetime, I expect to see three, four, perhaps evenmore women on the High Court Bench, women not…
Top Republicans signal push to vote on new justice nominated by Trump, while Biden and other Democrats say the decision should be delayed until after Inauguration Day.
Analysis | Why Mitch McConnell Intends to Confirm a New Supreme Court Justice Now, When He Wouldn’t in 2016www.washingtonpost.com -
In 2016, Mitch McConnell wouldn’t fill a Supreme Court opening. He confirmed he will this time with Trump as president.
“The voters should pick the president, and the president should pick the justice for the Senate to consider.”
The Senate leader, who blocked former president Barack Obama’s nominee for much of 2016, is pressing ahead within weeks of the Nov. 3 election.
Mourners gathered outside the U.S. Supreme Court late Friday to pay tribute to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died earlier in the day at the age of 87.
The Age’s chief AFL writer, Jake Niall previews Sunday’s clash between the Fremantle Dockers and the Western Bulldogs being played at Cazaly’s Stadium in Cairns.
The AFL decided on the bye in late August, with some suggestion that it would be a negative given it meant players and staff had to spend more time in their hubs.