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Nina Totenberg / NPR:
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Champion Of Gender Equality, Dies At 87  —  Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the demure firebrand who in her 80s became a legal, cultural, and feminist icon has died.  The Supreme Court announced her death, saying the cause was complications from cancer.
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Nina Totenberg / NPR:
A 5-Decade-Long Friendship That Began With A Phone Call  —  In 1971, newly assigned to cover the Supreme Court, I was reading a brief in what would ultimately be the landmark case of Reed v. Reed.  It argued that the 14th Amendment's equal protection clause applied to women.
Barack Obama:
My Statement on the Passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg  —  Sixty years ago, Ruth Bader Ginsburg applied to be a Supreme Court clerk.  She'd studied at two of our finest law schools and had ringing recommendations.  But because she was a woman, she was rejected.
Jesse Paul / The Colorado Sun:
Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death pours intensity on, could reshape Colorado's hotly contested Senate race  —  With 45 days until the 2020 election, Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death Friday promises to add more intensity to Colorado's hotly contested U.S. Senate race and will likely force both campaigns to change strategy in the final stretch.
Jonathan V. Last / The Bulwark:
Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the Coming Political Crisis  —  The annus horribilis of 2020 lurches on.  —  Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died at age 87, while in harness as an associate justice of the United States Supreme Court.  —  She remained at her post for 21 years after being diagnosed with cancer.
Tim Alberta / Politico:
The Reason Why Trump Might Delay Replacing Ginsburg  —  If there's one Republican who could be convinced that filling the sudden Supreme Court vacancy is a bad idea, it's President Donald Trump.  —  There's no question that the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the trailblazing liberal justice …
Elie Mystal / The Nation:
Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Dying Wish: DISSENT!  —  To honor RBG, we've got to fight with all our might to reclaim the Supreme Court—and that means packing it.  —  She should have died hereafter.  —  Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away tonight at the age of 87.  I would like to mourn her.
Dahlia Lithwick / Slate:
What Ruth Bader Ginsburg Would Want America to Do Now  —  Ruth Bader Ginsburg was 87 years old when she passed away on Friday night.  If you were keeping cosmic score, it was the Jewish New Year and a day for hope and new beginnings.  —  In a world that won't cast 50-year-old women in films …
Glenn Thrush / New York Times:
The winner of the Arizona Senate race could be seated in time for a vote on a Supreme Court pick.  —  If Mark Kelly, the Democratic nominee for Senate in Arizona, unseats Senator Martha McSally, a Republican who was appointed to her seat and began serving last year, he could be sworn in as early as Nov. 30 …
Michael Tomasky / The Daily Beast:
Here Are the Ways to Stop Mitch and Trump From Replacing RBG  —  GREASY MEN  —  You know they're already plotting how to stack the court before Election Day.  —  First of all, before we get to the politics: Thank heaven for Ruth Bader Ginsburg.  She is truly one of the great 10 or 20 Americans of the last 40 years.
Discussion: Raw Story
Arizona Republic:
Mark Kelly could be sworn into the U.S. Senate early if he wins race, experts say  —  If Mark Kelly defeats incumbent Sen. Martha McSally in Arizona's high-stakes U.S. Senate race, he may not have to wait long to start work in Washington, D.C.  —  Two Republican and Democratic election attorneys agree …
Discussion: Washington Post, IJR and Vox
New York Times:
Polls Have Shown Voters Prefer Biden to Pick Next Justice  —  In surveys before Justice Ginsburg's death, he led by a slightly wider margin on choosing the next justice than he did over all against President Trump.  —  In 2016 and 2018, many analysts concluded that Supreme Court politics helped Republicans …
Jonathan Cohn / HuffPost:
What Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Death Could Mean For The Obamacare Hearing Nov. 10
Discussion: New York Times
Richard Hine / Unprecedented:
A Moment of Grief and Terror
Discussion: NBC News, The Daily Caller and NPR
Shane Goldmacher / New York Times:
Democrats shatter ActBlue's donation records after Ginsburg's death.
Discussion: The Colorado Sun, Slate and Politico
Brooke Singman / Fox News:
Trump urges Republicans to fill Ginsburg vacancy ‘without delay’
Adam Liptak / New York Times:
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies at 87
Washington Post:
Trump, Clinton and Obama respond to Ginsburg's death as political fight looms
Axios:
Trump, McConnell to move fast to replace Ginsburg
New York Times:
2020 Election Live Updates: In Minnesota, Biden Paints Trump as ‘Looking Down’ at the Middle Class
Irin Carmon / New York Magazine:
The Glorious RBG I learned, while writing about her, that her precision disguised her warmth.
Discussion: Raw Story and ACLU
Linda Greenhouse / New York Times:
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Supreme Court's Feminist Icon, Is Dead at 87
Brooke Singman / Fox News:
McConnell: Trump's Supreme Court nominee ‘will receive a vote on the floor of the United States Senate’
Matthew Choi / Politico:
Trump at Minnesota rally: Biden will turn state into a ‘refugee camp’
New York Times:
A Deal on Drug Prices Undone by White House Insistence on ‘Trump Cards’  —  The White House and the pharmaceutical industry were nearing a major deal to lower drug prices.  Then the administration demanded that $100 cash cards be sent to millions of seniors before the election — and the industry balked.
Discussion: Axios, Raw Story, Mediaite and Mother Jones
David Sims / The Atlantic:
Antebellum Isn't Just Bad—It's Vile  —  This story contains spoilers for the film Antebellum.  —  Antebellum is the kind of film that requires true storytelling daring to pull off.  A horror movie that blurs history, fantasy, and darkest nightmare, it would only work with the cleverest calibration …
Discussion: Rolling Stone
NBC News:
U.S. Covid-19 death toll surpasses 200,000  —  In the predawn hours of March 30, Dr. Deborah Birx stepped in front of the camera on the White House lawn and made an alarming prediction about the coronavirus, which had, by then, killed fewer than 3,000 people in the United States.
Robert D. McFadden / New York Times:
Stephen F. Cohen, Influential Historian of Russia, Dies at 81  —  He chronicled Stalin's tyrannies and the collapse of the Soviet Union, and he was an enthusiastic admirer of Mikhail Gorbachev.  —  Stephen F. Cohen, an eminent historian whose books and commentaries on Russia examined the rise …
 
 
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