Here's how and when to watch the film on Ruth Bader Ginsburg's life.
September 23 2020 3:42 PM
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.
In an exclusive clip from On the Basis of Sex , Jones's Ruth Bader Ginsburg preps to challenge and change the way gender is viewed in the courts.
The directors of the new doc RBG discuss the Supreme Court justice's long history of fighting for women, gays, and all minorities.
Oh no she didn't! Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg talks to Yahoo's Katie Couric about the new wave of athlete protests, and she's not a fan.
The ambassador to Vietnam and his husband held the ceremony in their Hanoi residence.
The state jurist, who advised officials to ignore a federal court ruling on marriage equality, wants the federal justice to be impeached for officiating a same-sex wedding.
The Supreme Court justice made her most forthcoming remarks to date about the future of marriage equality in the U.S.
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.