What Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Death Means for the Supreme Court — And the Nation
Ruth Bader Ginsburg's dying wish was that her replacement not be confirmed until a new president is installed. But Trump and McConnell don't care. They plan to install a new justice before Election Day — and that could have dire consequences.
From the day my mother, Ann Richards, took office as governor of Texas, she made it her mission to open the doors of government and "let the people in." Here in Austin, hundreds of Texans are taking her up on that offer.