Lego Rejected This Flawless Female Supreme Court Justice Set; We Object!

Artist Maia Weinstock has created a set of Legos celebrating the four women who have served on the Supreme Court–Sandra Day O'Connor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan–and they are very cool. The only downside is that they are not available to preorder for the upcoming holiday season. »3/10/15 3:15pm3/10/15 3:15pm

Lawyer Fighting Obamacare: 'Women and Minorities' Wrote a Bad Law

Today, Attorney Michael Carvin will argue before the Supreme Court that the Affordable Care Act—or "Obamacare" if you're so inclined—is unconstitutional on the grounds that complying with it causes his clients undue hardship. If he wins, millions will lose their insurance and President Obama's most sizable domestic… »3/04/15 9:50am3/04/15 9:50am

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Is Recovering From a Heart Procedure

Supreme Court Justice and living national treasure Ruth Bader Ginsburg is currently in the hospital after receiving a stent in one of her coronary arteries last night. But before you burst into tears (like I did): the heart procedure is relatively routine, and the Notorious RBG will likely be out of the hospital in 48… »11/26/14 10:50am11/26/14 10:50am

Notorious RBG Used to Jazzercise But Now Does an Air Force Workout

Supreme Court Justice and perfect human being Ruth Bader Ginsburg is 81 years old and, to reiterate, not planning on retiring any time soon. That's partly because she does a military workout to keep herself in shape, and partly because she can't think of another person who could do her job as well as she does it. Lean… »9/30/14 1:20pm9/30/14 1:20pm

Notorious RBG to Justice Anthony Kennedy: You Used to Be Cool

Supreme Court Justice and perfect human Ruth Bader Ginsburg sat down for a very long interview with Elle that I will devour like a starving shipwreck survivor at an Old Country Buffet as soon as I get my hands on a copy of the October issue. Among her revelations to the magazine: she's not going anywhere, she and… »9/24/14 12:40pm9/24/14 12:40pm

Thank God (Yes, THAT God) for the Women of the Supreme Court

Remember when Samuel Alito said that the Hobby Lobby ruling isn't a big deal? Because at least non-profits can "opt out" of providing birth control by signing a form, and then the insurer can directly cover it instead. Now Alito is saying these opt outs are unconstitutional as well, and the women justices are FURIOUS. »7/04/14 12:00pm7/04/14 12:00pm

Heads Up, Hobby Lobby: Birth Control Has Some Great Side Effects

In light of yesterday's monumentally disappointing SCOTUS decision that a woman's right to insurance-covered contraceptives is inferior to a corporation's right to feel squicky about whore pills, here's a refresher on the myriad, perfectly good reasons that a woman might need access to birth control, none of which… »7/01/14 1:15pm7/01/14 1:15pm

Here Are the 82 Companies That Think Birth Control Is Murder

Yesterday, a five conservative Catholic dude majority (yes — Scalia, Roberts, Alito, Thomas, and Kennedy are all Catholic) on the Supreme Court sided with Hobby Lobby in a case that sought to establish whether certain corporations could be said to hold "religious beliefs" and whether being compelled to providing an… »7/01/14 11:20am7/01/14 11:20am

Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Hobby Lobby Dissent Gets Its Own Song

It's too bad that we live in a world where Samuel Alito's bonkers religious beliefs can be used to disenfranchise all American women, but at least we have Ruth Bader Ginsburg's blistering dissent against yesterday's Hobby Lobby ruling. And if 35 pages is too much for you to read, this fellow above has turned it into a… »7/01/14 10:40am7/01/14 10:40am

SCOTUS Rules Beliefs of Your Boss Trump Your Access to Contraceptives

In a yet another ruling that indicates that we'd enjoy better legal protection if we just incorporated our reproductive organs and sent them to murder civilians in Iraq, the Supreme Court has ruled that corporations that are "closely held" cannot be required to provide contraceptive coverage. Which means that under… »6/30/14 10:20am6/30/14 10:20am