Ruth Bader Ginsburg
A look back at the year’s most notable events, from wildfires in Australia, racial justice protests in the United States and a pandemic around the world.
Street artist Elle painted a three-story-tall mural of the late Supreme Court associate justice in New York City.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) has been elected to serve a fourth term in the United States Senate. The South Carolina Republican defeated Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison, who shattered fundraising records.
Every Democrat opposed President Donald Trump's nominee, who will tilt the court to a 6-3 conservative majority, likely for years to come.
The 48-year-old Trump-picked judge is now one vote away from serving on the high court and solidifying a 6-3 conservative majority for the foreseeable future.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has finally laid out his plan to explore court reform. He proposed a bipartisan commission of constitutional scholars to study a number of ideas that “go well beyond packing.”
Questions of whether Biden would support court-packing have emerged since Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death on Sept. 18.
Her confirmation seems inevitable, as even some Senate Democrats acknowledged.
The Hawaii senator opposes Amy Coney Barrett to replace the late justice, saying she has "an ideological agenda she won’t acknowledge."
Senators will dig deeper into the Supreme Court nominee's outlook on abortion, health care and a potentially disputed presidential election.