Ruth Bader Ginsburg

The latest news about Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the second female justice appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court and the first to officiate a same-sex wedding. Appointed to the nation's highest court by President Bill Clinton in 1993, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg generally votes with the liberal wing of the court. Born in 1933, the Bronx native went on to Cornell University and later Harvard University for law school. However, she would later transfer to Columbia University. Forbes magazine named her one of the 100 Most Powerful Women in 2009, and she has received honorary Doctor of Law degrees from Princeton and Harvard.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Highlights Constitution at D.C. Same-Sex Wedding

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Highlights Constitution at D.C. Same-Sex Wedding

Yesterday proved RBG is the most gay-friendly Supreme Court justice ever.

Is Ruth Bader Ginsburg Right?

Is Ruth Bader Ginsburg Right?

In the very definition of 'necessary but dangerous,' could a pro-marriage equality ruling from the Supreme Court stop 'the momentum that was on the side of change?'

WATCH: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Knows We're Ready for Marriage Equality

WATCH: Ginsburg Knows We're Ready for Marriage Equality

The Supreme Court justice made her most forthcoming remarks to date about the future of marriage equality in the U.S.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Has Health Scare But Is Home for Thanksgiving

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Has Health Scare

The oldest member of the Supreme Court gave court watchers a scare.

WATCH: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Sees 'No Crying Need' for SCOTUS to Take Up Marriage

Ginsburg: 'No Crying Need' for SCOTUS to Take Up Marriage

When asked if it's 'feasible' for any marriage equality state to go back to banning same-sex weddings, the Supreme Court justice smirked and said she couldn't yet offer an opinion.

Justice Ginsburg: Marriage Equality Attests to ‘Genius’ of U.S. Constitution

Ginsburg: Marriage Equality Shows Constitution's ‘Genius’

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg discussed marriage equality and the 'genius' of the Constitution during a speech at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia.

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