A feminist hero lovingly dubbed Notorious RBG, Ginsburg emerged over the last decade as the leading voice of the court’s liberal wing, best known for her stinging dissents on a bench that has mostly skewed right since her 1993 appointment.
‘Today we mourn, but with confidence that future generations will remember Ruth Bader Ginsburg as we knew her — a tireless and resolute champion of justice,’ said Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr.
Our Supreme Court reporter recalls the private side of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
President Trump is urging the Senate to consider his upcoming nomination for the Supreme Court seat vacant after Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death.
If Republicans insist on replacing Ginsburg before a new president is in place, Democrats should vow to expand the court should they win the Senate and White House.
Ginsburg showed me the power of working from a disadvantage — the more they underestimate you, the more satisfying the victory. Her 22-year battle against various cancers was an inspiration for someone who lost his mother just last year to ovarian cancer.
Democrats could win the election and lose the Supreme Court for a generation
The world changed, politics roared, America’s mood shifted this way and that, and Ginsburg worked, steadily as she had always done, dismantling injustice wherever she could.
Four years ago, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell didn’t believe a president in the final year of his term should appoint a new Supreme Court justice. How about now?
Directors Julie Cohen and Betsy West spent years with the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to make their Oscar-nominated film ‘RBG.’
The Bobcat fire exploded Friday amid intense winds, burning homes in the Antelope Valley and spreading in several directions.
For weeks, millions of Californians were smothered by smoke from wildfires. Many worry about long-term health impacts.
The Snow fire, which began Thursday and has grown to 2,500 acres, is forcing evacuations and threatening power lines near Palm Springs, officials say.
Five men stayed behind, after dozens of guests and staffers were evacuated in the face of a massive wildfire, to save Breitenbush, a famed Oregon hot springs retreat.
The new report brings the total positive COVID-19 cases to 259,817 countywide. So far, 6,330 people have died in L.A. County from COVID-19.
Body camera video from protests this summer shows LAPD officers yank a sign from a man and shoot him in the groin with a projectile at close range.
Some of the people who hold the purse strings and oversee the Sheriff’s Department want Sheriff Alex Villanueva out, but he and other elected sheriffs wield substantial power.
President Trump said Saturday that he has approved in concept a deal that would have Oracle manage TikTok’s U.S. operations.
Rene Enriquez, a Mexican Mafia member who defected 18 years ago and helped law enforcement authorities incarcerate dozens of his onetime confederates, was denied parole for a fifth time.
Fewer than 300 people used the six centers that were set up at Los Angeles city facilities over the blistering Labor Day holiday weekend.
Due to COVID-19, 2020 marks the first virtual Emmy Awards in the show’s 72-year history. We take you inside Staples Center for a look at preparations.
Health officials were evasive about why they made the change in August, and some speculated it was forced on the CDC by political appointees within the Trump administration.
A magnitude 4.5 earthquake was reported Friday evening at 11:38 p.m. Pacific time in Rosemead, Calif., according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
In his bid to become L.A. County’s next district attorney, George Gascón has touted his record as a reformer. While many praise his history, questions are being raised about his handling of LAPD.
The Luxe Rodeo Drive is the first L.A.-area luxury hotel to go out of business because of the pandemic. An unusually high loan delinquency rate may mean more hotel closures are likely to follow.
Lucha libre — literally “free fight” — is its own religion in Mexico, and wrestlers are gods. The pandemic has brought them down to earth.
If you’re facing a big hospital bill, especially if you’re unemployed and uninsured, resist any pressure to put it on your credit card.
Galveston and the surrounding county call for voluntary evacuations, as Louisiana worries the brewing storm could bring more flooding.
A cheeky hidden message is the company’s latest call to action on climate change and protecting public lands.
Flint produced basketball stars years before one of the worst water crises in modern U.S. history. Can the Flint Jaguars rise up and restore tradition?
The first major awards show since COVID-19 changed the world will go on. Here’s everything to know about Sunday’s virtual Emmy Awards and how to watch. Need to brush up on the nominees? We have you covered here, along with our final predictions and takes from our Buzzmeter awards panel. Get to know some of those vying for Emmy gold through our Comedy, Drama and Showrunner Roundtables.
The Times’ complete guide to the 2020 Emmys, from our expert predictions in the major categories to what you can expect from the virtual ceremony.
In the months since the coronavirus struck and wrestling arenas were closed, many Mexican wrestlers rely on street food vending to make a living.
Prep basketball players in Flint, Mich., discuss the importance of the game in their lives and their perspective on the upcoming season.
Fears of a significant spread of the Bobcat fire dissipated as Santa Ana winds failed to materialize, but nearby foothill communities remain on high alert.
Air quality officials said the high pollution readings were a result of intense heat combined with stagnant weather conditions.
The skies around the Bay Area and other parts of Northern California took on an eerie glow as smoke from several fires enveloped the region.
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I watched Netflix’s controversial film “Cuties” expecting some sort of Senegalese-French “Dance Moms.” What I saw was a powerful portrait of nascent female rage.
Social media can be cruel, but Todd says his goal is to leave the long-running public affairs program “in a better place than I got it.”
Yes, Season 2 of Hulu’s middle-school comedy is darker. But the creators of “PEN15" know what it’s like to experience teenage traumas like slut-shaming firsthand.
Actor Danny Masterson is charged with raping three women at his home between 2001 and 2003. His lawyer claims the charges are politically motivated,
Universities must remember that the decision to play college football games amid the COVID-19 pandemic amounts to what is a public health issue.
Clayton Kershaw puts in another fine performance as the Dodgers defeat the Colorado Rockies 6-1 to lower their NL West-clinching magic number to three.
Jared Dudley’s son Juju is having a one-of-a-kind Lakers bubble experience. The 8-year-old is soaking up instruction from LeBron James, other players and coaches.
Less than two weeks after getting defaulted from the U.S. Open, Novak Djokovic lost his cool again midway through a win at the Italian Open on Saturday.
The stretch of the Minneapolis street where George Floyd died in police custody will soon be renamed in his honor.
Walmart, Amazon and other corporate giants made campaign contributions to a Tennessee lawmaker after she promoted the QAnon conspiracy theory.
U.S. Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo visits three of Venezuela’s neighbors, shoring up support for Trump’s policy there.
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