Sonia Sotomayor takes her seat at the Supreme Court.
The justice had some problems with showing her I.D. at the gym, and for this her membership was canceled.
The 111th justice of the Supreme Court was confirmed by a vote of 68–31.
Jude Law and Robert Downey Jr. will have a certain special subtext in the upcoming film.
We're not sure why this matters, as there's no chance Kate is going to get it back. Plus, Jessica Simpson is thin again and Kevin Federline is getting fatter in today's roundup of celebrity ephemera.
The right-wing commentator goes on a rant about why affirmative action is bad because the Declaration of Independece was written by "100 percent white men."
Many precious moments were spent figuring out exactly how racist Sonia Sotomayor truly is.
The New York City congresswoman talks about the Supreme Court nominee, how her rise has affected her constituents, how she likes to cook, and why some Hispanic leaders thought it might be a problem that she wasn't Mexican.
Wait, wait, we know the answer to this one. Hold on, we'll think of it ...
The 'Roe' from 'Roe' v. 'Wade' has had quite a change of heart.
Here's what every senator said in their opening remarks. Basically.
Wait, but the GOP was saying the exact opposite thing all day.
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In fact, she doesn't have a lot of time to date anybody.
Michelle Malkin rubs it in.
Their base isn't even enraged! What a disaster!