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‘It has affected my mental health’: George Mason students protest Brett Kavanaugh teaching a summer law course

Survivors of sexual assault have mobilized to demand that he be terminated

Before Ruth Bader Ginsburg, there was Sandra Day O’Connor. The first female Supreme Court justice was an ‘unfeminist feminist.’

A new biography reveals how O’Connor, a moderate Republican, didn’t always vote the way people expected her to

At least 20 lawsuits making their way through the courts could alter abortion law. Here’s how.

Both supporters and opponents say this is the most fraught time for Roe v. Wade since the 1990s

How both parties are seizing on the long-running battle over abortion

The debate is playing out on the national stage and at the state level

Supreme Court blocks restrictive Louisiana abortion law with 5-to-4 vote

The court’s four most conservative members would have allowed the law to take effect

Will Democrats rally around Vanessa Tyson as they did with Christine Blasey Ford?

Where, exactly, should the standards of proof be set in the #MeToo era and in the wake of Brett M. Kavanaugh’s confirmation?

Neomi Rao is Trump’s pick to fill Kavanaugh’s vacated seat. At her hearing, senators pressed her on past views about date rape.

Rao wrote provocative columns in college about victims of date rape

Ruth Bader Ginsburg just made her first public appearance in months. But don’t expect to see her at the State of the Union.

On Monday, the 85-year-old justice attended a production of ‘Notorious RBG in Song’

Why the abortion debate won’t die

Many culture wars are winding down — but not this one