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After 4 years of playing her on ‘SNL,’ Kate McKinnon finally met Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
The Supreme Court justice and the "Saturday Night Live" comedian met at a play in New York City Tuesday night.
The Justice Department wants the Supreme Court to be told it’s ok for businesses to discriminate against transgender employees
The Justice Department is reportedly urging the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to flip their stance on LGBTQ workplace protections.
Money from a retirement program for the US military is set to be diverted to pay for Trump’s border wall
The Supreme Court decided last week that Department of Defense funding could be used to construct sections of President Donald Trump's border wall.
A mom who sued her emancipated daughter for transitioning is trying to take her case to the Supreme Court
Minnesota mom Anmarie Calgaro filed a lawsuit in 2016 after her daughter emancipated herself and started transitioning.
"My two newest colleagues are very decent, very smart individuals," Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg said she doesn’t agree with some Democratic presidential candidates’ ideas to pack the Supreme Court with more justice...
Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg opposes adding Supreme Court justices, which nine 2020 Democratic presidential candidates have proposed.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg jokes about a senator who wanted her dead: ‘That senator … is now himself dead, and I am very much alive’
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg laughed off a senator who predicted she would be dead, saying she is "very much alive" while he is now dead.
Trump just took executive action to get around obstacles to adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census
President Donald Trump used an executive order to get around the many obstacles to adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census.
Obamacare faced another critical moment in court. Over 20 million Americans could lose their health insurance if it’s eventually struck down.
Obamacare faced another court challenge, and its future is uncertain. Over 20 million Americans could lose their health coverage if the law is undone.
"What was possible with paper and pen doesn't hold a candle to what will become possible with developments like machine learning," said Justice Kagan.