Amy Coney Barrett

Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett asked some telling questions about the law's unusual structure.
Justices must be “hyper vigilant to make sure they’re not letting personal biases creep into their decisions" she said Sunday.
Justice Amy Coney Barrett's decision marks the first time the nation's highest court has weighed in on the legality of such requirements.
Amy Coney Barrett and other Supreme Court justices are not bound by the same rules as other judges, noted former government ethics chief Walter Shaub.
Both liberal and conservative justices believe police should be able to enter a home in limited circumstances.
The Supreme Court justice has not recused herself from a climate case against Big Oil, despite her family ties to one of the main defendants.
A look back at the year’s most notable events, from wildfires in Australia, racial justice protests in the United States and a pandemic around the world.
In a fiery dissent, the justice said the court’s decision to block COVID-19 restrictions on religious gatherings "will only exacerbate the nation’s suffering.”
The court is hearing a case brought by a Catholic foster care agency that wants to continue discriminating against same-sex couples.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) has been elected to serve a fourth term in the United States Senate. The South Carolina Republican defeated Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison, who shattered fundraising records.
The Senate majority leader joined other prominent Republicans in taunting the former presidential nominee over Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation.
Anti-abortion lawmakers are prepping for the possibility of life after Roe v. Wade.
Maxed-out donations from a guy tied to powerful dark money groups go a long way in shaping a Supreme Court confirmation vote — right, David Perdue?
Jenny Hagel zinged the Supreme Court justice when the subject of a certain Hallmark Christmas movie came up.
Pro-choice groups saw a big uptick in donations after the conservative judge was confirmed to the Supreme Court on Monday.
"Never underestimate their capacity for petty hatred," one person hit back on Twitter.
"My deepest and greatest sadness is for the American people,” Schumer said just before the Senate confirmed Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.
She'll take her judicial oath from Chief Justice John Roberts on Tuesday, a week before the presidential election.
The Democratic presidential candidate's comments come the same day President Trump notched his third Supreme Court justice, Amy Coney Barrett.