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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized after fracturing three ribs

Ginsburg fell in her office Wednesday night

Will Kavanaugh’s confirmation affect the midterms? Social media might hold some clues.

The language used in tweets was disturbingly gendered

Just how polarizing was the Kavanaugh confirmation? A researcher investigates.

The study explored how the confirmation affected intention to vote and trust in the Supreme Court

Sandra Day O’Connor was the first woman on the Supreme Court. But Bush v. Gore ruined her legacy.

When it mattered most, she chose party over country

Summer Zervos has been keeping quiet about her lawsuit against Trump. That’s partly why she poses a significant threat.

While Stormy Daniels engages in an ugly public battle, Zervos’s defamation suit is quietly advancing

Sandra Day O’Connor, first female Supreme Court justice, withdraws from public life due to dementia

In a letter Tuesday, O’Connor said she wanted to ‘be open about these changes’

Why women’s rights have been dividing American politics since the 1970s

Everything changed once the personal became the political

Sen. Dianne Feinstein says she’d ‘absolutely’ be in favor of reopening Kavanaugh investigation

But Democrats would have to take control of the Senate first

Christine Blasey Ford, you made a difference in this country

Patti Davis, Ronald and Nancy Reagan’s daughter, wants Ford to know that she moved the needle

Kavanaugh hired four law clerks. They’re all women.

During his Senate confirmation hearings, he pledged to hire women