Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Flouting Guidelines, Flaunting Privilege: RBG Enjoys Private Gym Sessions While the Rest of Us Are Stuck at Home

87-year-old Supreme Court justice risks it all for gainz

The 87-year-old justice is in the highest-risk demographic for serious illness and death from coronavirus, but that hasn't stopped her from getting swoll on the reg with personal trainer Bryant Johnson, who has canceled all appointments with other clients to satisfy Ginsburg's fitness demands.

Trump Calls on RBG, Sotomayor to Sit Out Future Cases

Ginsburg ignored congressional recusal requests in 2018

President Donald Trump urged Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor to recuse themselves from all “Trump-related matters” pending before the Supreme Court in a pair of Monday night tweets.

Ginsburg Underwent Cancer Treatment This Summer

Longtime associate justice has been battling cancer for decades

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg underwent three weeks of radiation treatment for pancreatic cancer, the Supreme Court disclosed on Friday.

RBG Calls Kavanaugh a ‘Very Decent’ Man

It's not the first time Ginsburg has praised or defended Kavanaugh

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg once again praised fellow Justice Brett Kavanaugh during a question-and-answer session Wednesday.

Ginsburg: Court Expansion a Bad Idea

'Nine seems to be a good number. It's been that way for a long time'

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said she opposes proposals by many 2020 Democratic hopefuls to expand the Supreme Court or to place term limits on federal judges.

Justice Ginsburg Praises Kavanaugh For All-Female Staff

'A very important first on the Supreme Court'

"It's thanks to our new justice, Justice Kavanaugh." Ginsburg said. "Whose entire staff are all women, all of his law clerks are women. And with his four women as law clerks, it's the first time in the history of the United States that there have been more women clerking at the court than men."

Supremes OK Cross Memorial

7-2 ruling shoots down atheist attempt to tear down WWI memorial

Associate Justice Clarence Thomas, joined by Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch, said the suit should have been dismissed earlier given the lack of standing of the association and called on lower courts to dismiss "offended observer standing."