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First Hispanic Supreme Court justice knew her life would change, and it sure has, book says.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Justice Sonia Sotomayor says she is still getting gifts more than two years after her confirmation as the Supreme Court's first Hispanic justice, including a $6,000 "translucent composite print."
The high court ruled against parents who want to sue drug makers over claims vaccines caused autism.
Taking exception with the right's latest bizarre symbolic fixation.
Some think it's important for the justices to be there; others say the speech is just a partisan show.
Forbes has ranked the first lady No. 1 in its list of the globe's 100 most influential females.
Kagan will take her oath tomorrow to become the country's 112th Supreme Court justice.
It's all over but the celebrating and oath-taking for soon-to-be Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan.
Having three women will change the way it asks questions.
Obama could get another chance to appoint a younger liberal to the court.