"The greatest menace to freedom is an inert people; that public discussion is a political duty; and that this should be a fundamental principle of the American government."—Ruth Bader Ginsburg in her 2012 book, 'My Own Words'
Throughout her career as a Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg fought adamantly for gender equality and reproductive rights.
The Notorious R.B.G.—a nickname Ginsburg earned after her dissent in a case rolling back federal oversight of voting rights—made her mark on the law long before she was nominated to the High Court by President Bill Clinton in 1993.
The Supreme Court announced Friday evening that Ginsburg had passed from complications from metastatic pancreatic cancer at the age of 87.
The Iowa City School District has placed the teacher on leave after the assignment was posted on social media.
"I said to somebody yesterday, I hope they all die before the election," Professor Jennifer Mosher said. "That's the only saving hope I have right now."
The incident occurred just five days after George Floyd died while in police custody, according to the Seattle Office of Police Accountability report.
Attorney Ven Johnson told Newsweek the 'racist' toddler video posted by Trump and his campaign, "was absolutely done to advocate for what I believe to be a racist, despicable message against two little babies."
"I don't trust the mail right now, that's why [I'm voting today]. If I got to stand here all day, I'm going to vote today," said Jim O'Conner, a voter in Fairfax County, Virginia.
"Are all Republicans now lawless?" Eric Idle tweeted on Friday about the advertisement. "Whatever happened to America?"
"It's definitely different. I would absolutely prefer to be [there] and be able to look at the players in their eyes and them see me on the field," Brennan Pugh, Vardaman High School's head football coach, told Newsweek.
The video begins during the conversation with the passenger—who is unnamed—telling the Spirit Airlines employee that he is wearing a mask.
She also asked parents not to distract their children when they're in school by "making silly faces" behind them.
New COVID-19 infections have been on the rise in North Dakota since mid-July, according to the state health department.
By President Trump offering accolades to a bipartisan plan and urging Republicans to support more expensive legislation than their previous offers, GOP senators' leverage has severely dwindled.
"You'd be a very good president. You would have to be a good person, first," the mother tells her son, as the video fades to a black-and-white image of Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
The speed at which a new coronavirus vaccine is being developed stoked concerns about its safety, but FDA Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn said there would be "no cutting corners."
Trump has appointed far more federal judges than his predecessors. Data from Heritage.org shows former President Barack Obama appointed 158 federal judges among 188 nominees, while George W. Bush and Bill Clinton both appointed 203 judges, on 239 and 221 nominees, respectively.
"Blatant interference of senior HHS officials in the CDC guidelines is one of the most alarming things to have happened during this pandemic," the doctor wrote.
The gathering in southern California saw one family member hospitalized for more than two months following COVID-19 infection.
The suspect allegedly targeted homes that had Trump signs displayed on their front lawn.
A new New York Times/Sienna College poll shows incumbent GOP Senators in three states at risk of losing in the November 3 election.