The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments for the case, Atlantic Richfield Co. v. Christian.
Moms Demand Action and other groups shared photos of demonstrators in front of the Supreme Court building ahead of oral arguments for the case NY State Rifle & Pistol v. City of New York, NY.
Ginsburg, 86, was being evaluated for a possible infection.
Protesters picketed outside the conservative Federalist Society dinner in Washington D.C. where the Supreme Court justice spoke on Thursday.
Fox News contributor Marc Thiessen has claimed "anti-Catholic bigotry" is afoot, after a recent photo of Supreme Court Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Samuel Alito posing with a hate group leader sparked calls for the pair to recuse themselves in upcoming LGBT court cases.
After posing for a picture with the leader of an anti-gay group, Supreme Court Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Samuel Alito have been sent a letter by the president of a judicial activist group, demanding the pair recuse themselves from upcoming court cases centered on LGBT rights.
The NAACP has asked Comcast to leave the Civil Rights Act alone in Byron Allen's racial discrimination lawsuit.
The news that the Supreme Court justice was treated for cancer was at the forefront of conversation on social media on Friday.
"I am not a pro-prosecution or pro-defense judge. I am a pro-law judge," Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is expected to say during opening statements in his confirmation hearing on Tuesday.
Corey Williams was 16 when he was accused of murder.
Wendy Vitter accused Planned Parenthood of "killing over 150,000 females a year" and urged pro-lifers to share brochures linking abortion to breast cancer.
"THE SECOND AMENDMENT WILL NEVER BE REPEALED!" Trump tweeted, just a few weeks after he suggested seizing weapons without due process.
He was pronounced dead at 6.05 p.m.
The Trump administration is moving to block the release of a negative report, says Department Homeland Security inspector general.
Citizens from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen need to have a close relative, a job offer or be a student.
The court will decide if U.S. police will need a warrant to access past cellphone location information kept by wireless carriers.
Despite the 2008 "Heller" case, the Supreme Court has not yet ruled on the right to carry a gun outside of the home.
The decision paves the way for future Supreme Court nominees to advance without having to clear the 60-vote threshold.
A vote on the judge's Supreme Court confirmation is expected Friday.
Chuck Schumer and other Democrats are urging Republicans to choose another Supreme Court nominee.