Amy Coney Barrett

Organizers said more than 116,000 people had pledged to participate in marches or other actions in Washington D.C. and other cities on Saturday.
The California Democrat was swiftly criticized this week for praising GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham for his running of the Supreme Court confirmation hearing.
“I thought it was a very poor set of hearings,” the California congresswoman said.
The Democratic nominee's comments at a televised town hall came after weeks of dodging questions on whether he wants to expand the Supreme Court.
The two senators even shared a hug afterward. Now a progressive group is calling for her removal from the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and Ranking Member Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) shared a maskless hug after the conclusion of the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett.
The teenage activist argued that like gravity, climate change was a fact of life -- not something to have "views" on.
The judge's stance on abortion is evident in her past work, in the anti-abortion groups supporting her and in comments from conservative politicians themselves.
Her confirmation seems inevitable, as even some Senate Democrats acknowledged.
The Supreme Court nominee suggested the very fact that the climate is changing is debatable. She could soon rule on a suit involving the oil industry.