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Georgetown Preparatory School in Bethesda, Maryland.

Inside the elite Maryland prep school that costs $60,000 a year, has its own recording studio and golf course, and boasts alums on the Supreme Court

Georgetown Preparatory School in Bethesda, Maryland, is the alma mater of both Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch and nominee Brett Kavanaugh. The school costs between $37,000 and $60,000 a year and features a recording studio, a swimming pool and a nine-hole golf course.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 85, speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC in March.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg celebrates 25 years in the Supreme Court today — here’s when she and her colleagues could retire

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is 85, and celebrates 25 years in the court on Friday. Other justices, Clarence Thomas and Stephen Breyer, are aged 70 or over. Here's when they are most likely to retire.

Rand Paul just alleviated one of Trump’s biggest concerns about his Supreme Court pick’s confirmation

"Of course, my vote is not a single-issue vote, and much of my reading and conversation has been in trying to figure out exactly how good Judge Kavanaugh will be on other issues before the Court," he said.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Sunday said she hopes to remain on the Supreme Court until she's 90.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg signals she’ll try to stay on the Supreme Court until after Trump might be out of office

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Sunday signaled she hopes to stay in the Supreme Court for at least another five years.

Trump tweeted that Amazon ‘lost’ the Supreme Court’s major ruling on sales tax, but here’s why he’s wrong

Amazon already collects taxes on purchases in every state that requires it and will likely see little benefit from the Supreme Court's ruling in June.

Democrats are searching high and low for dirt on Trump’s Supreme Court pick — and they’re coming up short

The Donald Trump White House has at times had trouble vetting candidates for key administration posts, cabinet position, and even judicial nominees. But so far, Circuit Judge Brett Kavanaugh has kept intact his squeaky clean image.
Tensions are constantly high in Israel.

A Supreme Court hearing in Israel that erupted into a brawl showed in a matter of minutes why the Israel-Palestine conflict has been impossible to sol...

A Supreme Court hearing in Israel on Tuesday devolved into a brawl between Israeli and Palestinian families. The case, and the aftermath, show how nearly any issue in a tense, divided country like Israel can quickly turn from a legal or political one into something deeply personal.

Here’s an evolving count of which senators are voting for Trump’s Supreme Court pick

President Donald Trump nominated Brett Kavanaugh to serve on the Supreme Court. The Senate, tasked with the confirmation process, is split at 51 Republicans and 49 Democrats. Republicans will need a minimum of 50 votes, so that Vice President Mike Pence can cast a tie-breaker.
Then-District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals nominee Brett Kavanaugh attends a news conference Republican leaders in Washington D.C., May 22, 2006.

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh racked up a huge credit card bill on season tickets to baseball games

US Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh reportedly racked up a credit card bill of tens of thousands of dollars after buying Washington Nationals season tickets for himself and a "handful" of friends.
Brett Kavanaugh.

Trump’s Supreme Court nominee listed himself as the treasurer of the ‘Keg City Club — 100 Kegs or Bust’ in his high school yea...

Trump's Supreme Court nomination, DC Circuit Court Judge Brett Kavanaugh, listed himself as the treasurer of the "Keg City Club — 100 Kegs or Bust" in his Washington, DC, area high school's yearbook, The Washington Post reported in an extensive Wednesday profile on the judge's background.