Rick Perry slams Eric Holder and the Department of Justice; Ruth Bader Ginsburg is not surprised that southern states are making a push for new voter ID laws; a new poll says that two-thirds of Americans think the Afghan war wasn't worth the cost.
Justice Ginsburg talks about her relationship with her beloved, late husband Marty, a man ahead of his time when it came to gender.
From Aviva Kempner, maker of The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg, comes this humorous and eye-opening story of television pioneer Gertrude Berg. She was the creator, principal writer, and star of The Goldbergs, a popular radio show for 17 years, which became television's very first character-driven domestic sitcom in 1949. Berg received the first Best Actress Emmy in history, and paved the way for women in the entertainment industry. Includes interviews with Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, actor Ed Asner, producers Norman Lear (All in the Family) and Gary David Goldberg (Family Ties), and NPR correspondent Susan Stamberg.
Find out what happened on August 10 including famous birthdays like Jimmy Dean and Betsey Johnson; famous deaths like Isaac Hayes; and notable events like Ruth Bader Ginsburg being sworn in as Supreme Court Justice.
Justice Sonia Sotomayor says that when Supreme Court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sandra Day O'Connor graduated from law school, they had a difficult time finding good jobs. By the time Justice Sotomayor entered the workforce, she says, things had improved for female attorneys, but she still experienced casual sexism. Watch as she tells Oprah about being called 'honey' in the courtroom.
MAKERS originated from a very clear premise: over the last half century, the work of millions of women has altered virtually every aspect of American culture. The MAKERS platform tells the story of these exceptional women -- both famous and heretofore unknown individuals -- whose pioneering contributions continue to shape the world in which we live.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg said that DOMA is likely headed to the Supreme Court within the year. If DOMA gets struck down, how will it affect gay rights?
Ruth Bader Ginsburg said that DOMA is likely headed to the Supreme Court within the year. If DOMA gets struck down, how will it affect gay rights? Mike Sacks is joined by Adam Bink, Becky Juro, Jared Boot and Justin Krebs to discuss.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will officiate the wedding between Kennedy Center President Michael M. Kaiser and government economist John Roberts.
Despite calls for her to step down, Justice Ginsburg says she has no plans to vacate her seat in the Supreme Court.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will officiate the marriage of a longtime friend Saturday, marking mark the first time that a Supreme Court member has conducted a same-sex marriage ceremony. TODAY s Tom Llamas reports
The New York Times' Adam Liptak joins Morning Joe to discuss his latest piece on Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and why she says the current court is one of 'the most activist courts in history.'