Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Brett Wilkins, staff writer
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer speaks at the Brookings Institution on January 21, 2016. (Photo: Paul Morigi/Brookings Institution/Flickr/cc)
"We cannot afford to risk Democrats losing control of the Senate before a Biden nominee can be confirmed," asserted Demand Justice director Brian Fallon.
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Supporters of Judge Amy Coney Barrett and pro-choice advocates gathered outside of the U.S. Supreme Court before the Senate voted to confirm President Donald Trump's nominee on October 26, 2020. (Photo: Olivier Douliery/AFP via Getty Images)
Critics warn that she "will only embolden the court's most conservative judges...
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Constitutional law experts on Friday endorsed a bill that would create 18-year term limits for U.S. Supreme Court Justices. (Photo: <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/44768401@N07/4122928968/in">Matt Wade</a>/flickr/cc)</p>
The called it "a critical piece in prescribing how our country's leaders can...

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Panic rippled across our battered national landscape Friday when the Supreme Court revealed Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 86, has faced down cancer again, completing three weeks of radiation for a tumor on her pancreas. Given that many deem her all that stands between us and end times, Twitter users rushed to offer best wishes, random organs, their first-born, eternal life. She's working on it: Doctors say she's cancer free, and between treatments she went shopping and to theater.