United States  

Meet the four women who preceded Amy Coney Barrett on the Supreme Court

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 27 October 2020
Coney Barrett, a 48-year-old U.S. Court of Appeals judge nominated by President Donald Trump, fills the seat left by Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Sept. 18.
0
shares
ShareTweetSavePostSend
 
Video Credit: WTVQ Lexington, KY - Published
News video: Amy Coney Barrett confirmed 10.26.20

Amy Coney Barrett confirmed 10.26.20

Senate Republicans overruled the opposition to confirm Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.

You Might Like


💡 One News Page Knowledge: Other News Mentions

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Ruth Bader Ginsburg American lawyer and jurist

U.S. Supreme Court backs religious groups in NY [Video]

U.S. Supreme Court backs religious groups in NY

The U.S. Supreme Court late on Wednesday (November 25) backed Christian and Jewish houses of worship challenging New York state's latest restrictions in novel coronavirus hot spots. Bryan Wood reports.

Credit: Reuters - Politics    Duration: 01:20Published
McConnell Cruises To Re-Election [Video]

McConnell Cruises To Re-Election

The Kentucky senate race is in one of the most-watched races in the country. On one side is Mitch McConnell, the Senate majority leader. The other side is Amy McGrath, a former Marine fighter pilot. Democrats worked over time to try to oust McConnell. Democrats voters were shocked that Mr. McConnell filled Ruth Bader Ginsburg's SCOTUS seat days before the election. The New York Times reports that McConnell won close to 60% of the vote. McGrath won under 35%.

Credit: Wochit News    Duration: 00:39Published
Ten pivotal moments of the U.S. election year [Video]

Ten pivotal moments of the U.S. election year

[NFA] From Trump’s ‘bleach’ moment to Biden’s early campaigning, here are ten top moments that have shaped a dizzying election year. Matthew Larotonda reports.

Credit: Reuters - Politics    Duration: 04:07Published
Amy Coney Barrett confirmed as US Supreme Court justice [Video]

Amy Coney Barrett confirmed as US Supreme Court justice

Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed as the newest member of the US Supreme Courtby a deeply divided Senate on Monday, as Republicans overpowered Democrats toinstall President Donald Trump’s nominee only days before the election. MsBarrett’s confirmation will likely secure a conservative court majority formany years to come. Mr Trump’s choice to fill the vacancy of the late liberalicon Ruth Bader Ginsburg potentially opens a new era of rulings on issuesincluding abortion, the Affordable Care Act and even the president’s own re-election bid.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO    Duration: 01:27Published
Thousands of women protest Barrett nomination [Video]

Thousands of women protest Barrett nomination

[NFA] Thousands marched, chanted and held up posters against President Trump and his Supreme Court pick, Amy Coney Barrett, at a Women's March in Washington, D.C. on Saturday. Fred Katayama reports.

Credit: Reuters - Politics    Duration: 01:00Published

Donald Trump Donald Trump 45th president of the United States

U.S. court rejects Trump's case against PA votes [Video]

U.S. court rejects Trump's case against PA votes

[NFA] A federal appeals court on Friday rejected an attempt by U.S. President Donald Trump's campaign to block President-elect Joe Biden from being declared the winner of Pennsylvania, dealing another significant setback to Trump's bid to overturn the Nov. 3 election. This report produced by Jillian Kitchener.

Credit: Reuters Studio    Duration: 02:23Published

Chris Krebs: "Proof is in the ballots" that election was secure

See the interview with the man President Trump fired after saying the election was secure, Sunday on 60 Minutes.
CBS News

Chris Krebs responds to election manipulation claims

See the interview with the man President Trump fired after saying the election was secure, Sunday night on 60 Minutes.
CBS News

Trump continues unfounded election fraud claims as his campaign takes another legal blow

A day after saying he would accept the results of the Electoral College, President Trump is now falsely setting a new bar for Joe Biden to enter the White House...
CBS News

Donor to pro-Trump group sues to get his money back after dropped election lawsuits

Fred Eshelman, who gave $2.5 million to the group True the Vote to back President Trump's challenges to the election, is suing for his money back.

USATODAY.com

Amy Coney Barrett Amy Coney Barrett Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court

Donald Trump Jr. tests positive for COVID-19 [Video]

Donald Trump Jr. tests positive for COVID-19

U.S. President Donald Trump's oldest son Donald Trump Jr. tested positive for COVID-19 this week, a spokesman confirmed on Friday. Gloria Tso reports.

Credit: Reuters - Politics    Duration: 01:11Published
US elections: Advantage Trump in court battle against Biden on mail ballots? [Video]

US elections: Advantage Trump in court battle against Biden on mail ballots?

As the United States of America waits for the result of a hotly-contested Presidential election, incumbent Donald Trump has declared that he will move the Supreme Court against the 'fraud' carried out by his opponent Joe Biden. The latter has dismissed the claim as 'outrageous'. But who will actually have an advantage in a court battle? Will Trump's recent appointment of Amy Coney Barrett to the US apex court work in his favour? Watch Pramit Palchaudhuri, Sushant Sareen, and Yashwant Deshmukh decode the situation in a conversation with Hindustan Times' Aditi Prasad.

Credit: HT Digital Content    Duration: 06:36Published
Supreme Court allows mail-in extensions in PA, NC [Video]

Supreme Court allows mail-in extensions in PA, NC

U.S. Supreme Court extended mail-in voting deadlines in the key battleground states of Pennsylvania and North Carolina, a setback for the Trump campaign. Bryan Wood reports.

Credit: Reuters - Politics    Duration: 01:28Published

Supreme Court of the United States Supreme Court of the United States Highest court in the United States

Bishop calls Supreme Court ruling a good decision

Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, of the Roman Catholic Church in Brooklyn, calls a recent ruling by the Supreme Court regarding coronavirus restrictions on religious..
USATODAY.com

Bruce Boynton, Plaintiff in Landmark Civil Rights Case, Dies at 83

He was a Black man who wanted to sit in the white section of a bus terminal restaurant. The case reached the Supreme Court.
NYTimes.com
After 7-year ban for alleged IPL spot-fixing, Sreesanth to play competitive cricket [Video]

After 7-year ban for alleged IPL spot-fixing, Sreesanth to play competitive cricket

Cricketer S Sreesanth is back in the game after seven years of long-ban. He was banned from cricket for alleged spot-fixing during the 2013 Indian Premier League (IPL). The Indian pacer will take part in the Kerala Cricket Association's (KCA) President's Cup T20 tournament, which will be held at the SD College Cricket ground in Alappuzha from December 17, 2020 to January 03, 2021. Sreesanth's 7-year ban for alleged spot-fixing ended in August 2020.Speaking to ANI, S Sreesanth said, "Thanks to BCCI as it's been 7-long years and I have been training really hard. I will keep giving my best because this is something for which I have waited for 7 long years. I am grateful to the selectors for giving me this opportunity." "Every bowl and every moment is important for me and it was never like that before," he added. In August 2013, Sreesanth and two other teammates of Rajasthan Royals (RR) were banned from playing for a lifetime by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for alleged spot-fixing in IPL. On March 2020, the Supreme Court dismissed the BCCI ban and allowed him to play this year. KCA has sought permission from Kerala government to conduct the tournament. Sreesanth last played for India in 2011 Cricket World Cup.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 03:02Published

Trump Encourages Thanksgiving Gatherings and Supreme Court Paves the Way

Donald Trump is clearly angry -- enraged -- which is the only explanation for the revenge he seems to want to exact on the American people, because he's goosing..
TMZ.com

Related videos from verified sources

Lindsey Graham Defeats Jaime Harrison to Hold His Seat in the Senate [Video]

Lindsey Graham Defeats Jaime Harrison to Hold His Seat in the Senate

Lindsey Graham Defeats Jaime Harrison, to Hold His Seat in the Senate. The South Carolina Republican Senator won the race, . which was one of the most expensive in the history of the U.S...

Credit: Wibbitz Top Stories     Duration: 00:47Published
Mitch McConnell Wins Senate Reelection in Kentucky [Video]

Mitch McConnell Wins Senate Reelection in Kentucky

Mitch McConnell Wins Senate Reelection, in Kentucky. The race between Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell . and Democratic candidate Amy McGrath . was called a win for McConnell by the..

Credit: Wibbitz Top Stories     Duration: 00:51Published
Interview: Planned Parenthood president speaks about Amy Coney Barrett, women's reproductive rights [Video]

Interview: Planned Parenthood president speaks about Amy Coney Barrett, women's reproductive rights

We talk to Jodi Hicks, president and CEO of Planned Parenthood, about the potential future of women's reproductive rights with the appointment of new Justice Amy Coney Barrett.

Credit: KTXL     Duration: 04:41Published

Related news from verified sources

Trump: Biden Will 'Destroy' the Supreme Court

President Donald Trump is urging his supporters to stop Joe Biden from destroying the Supreme Court. Trump made his comments in a 2:40 a.m. tweet on Friday. He...
Newsmax Also reported by •USATODAY.comNYTimes.com

Doctors ask Supreme Court to strike down Trump abortion rule

WASHINGTON (AP) — The nation's largest doctors' group on Thursday asked the Supreme Court to strike down a Trump administration rule that's had a far-reaching...
SeattlePI.com Also reported by •NPRABA JournalUSATODAY.com

The Supreme Court will hear arguments in the Trump administration's bid to exclude undocumented immigrants from the total population in this year's census

In 2019, the Supreme Court blocked the Trump administration's efforts to add a citizenship question to the census.
Business Insider Also reported by •ABA Journal