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Sonia Sotomayor

Sonia Sotomayor
President Barack Obama nominated federal judge Sonia Sotomayor of New York for the Supreme Court, positioning the longtime federal jurist to become the first Hispanic member of the nation's highest court.

Sotomayor, first appointed to the federal district court for the Southern District of New York by Republican President George H.W. Bush in 1991, sits on the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. She was elevated to the circuit court, one of the nation's most prestigious, by Democratic President Bill Clinton in 1998.
President Barack Obama nominated federal judge Sonia Sotomayor of New York for the Supreme Court, positioning the longtime federal jurist to become the first Hispanic member of the nation's highest court.

Sotomayor, first appointed to the federal district court for the Southern District of New York by Republican President George H.W. Bush in 1991, sits on the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. She was elevated to the circuit court, one of the nation's most prestigious, by Democratic President Bill Clinton in 1998.
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  • Katie Couric lands Manti Te’o; Soledad O’Brien talks to Sonia Sotomayor

     
    Oprah Winfrey landed the supposedly big interview last week: Lance Armstrong. Katie Couric is getting the big interview this week: Notre Dame football star Manti Te'o, who says he is the victim of a hoax about a woman he called his late girlfriend. Te'o...
  • Katie Couric welcomes Sonia Sotomayor, America Ferrera

     
    Katie Couric will use her Friday show to celebrate the strides made by Hispanic Americans. Her guests are U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor; Univision anchor Maria Elena Salinas; Emmy-winner America Ferrera, who won fans on “Ugly Betty&#...
  • A 21st century right to privacy

    After it was revealed that the government was "bulk collecting" Americans' telephone records, President Obama tried to be reassuring. "Nobody is listening to your telephone calls," he said. "They are not looking at people's names, and they're not...
  • Senate confirms first openly gay U.S. appeals court judge

    Senate confirms first openly gay U.S. appeals court judge
    WASHINGTON -- By a unanimous vote Tuesday, the Senate confirmed the first openly gay judge to sit on a U.S. court of appeals. Todd M. Hughes, 46, a veteran Justice Department lawyer, will serve on the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, a...
  • Kimberly McBroom's Blog

    Kimberly McBroom's Blog
    Tuesday, May 28 Hope you had a fabulous Memorial Day weekend!  Of course, having yesterday off makes today feel like a Monday...  We had perfect weather for all of the Memorial Day remembrance events. It's so important to take a moment and honor those who...
  • Saturday TV Highlights and Weekend Talk: 'Premium Rush' on Starz

    Saturday TV Highlights and Weekend Talk: 'Premium Rush' on Starz
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of June 9 - 15, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     -------------------- SERIES In the Flesh This three-part tale about...
  • 'Not some god': Supreme Justice Sotomayor opens up to Chicago audience

    'Not some god': Supreme Justice Sotomayor opens up to Chicago audience
    U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor gave Chicagoans a closer look into her life on Wednesday, sharing heartfelt details about the stories laid out in her new memoir, “My Beloved World.”   She walked through the audience at the Harold...
  • Hope, solemn resolve and a chilly January day

    Hope, solemn resolve and a chilly January day
    — A chilly wind picked up just about the time Barack Obama walked onto the inaugural platform Monday, and the bright day shifted. From my spot way back on the lawn outside the U.S. Capitol — close enough to see shapes and colors, too far...
  • Museo Smithsonian devela retrato de Celia Cruz

    Museo Smithsonian devela retrato de Celia Cruz
    El Museo Smithsonian de Historia Estadounidense develó esta semana un collage fotográfico alegórico a la salsera cubana Celia Cruz, elaborado por el fotógrafo neoyorquino Robert Weingarten. La imagen de 60 x 90 pulgadas se exhibirá al público hasta...
  • Endorsing Barack Obama for President

    Endorsing Barack Obama for President
    If this was not totally obvious to everyone who glances at this column from time to time, I’m endorsing Barack Obama for president. Now I will make you suffer through a column about why I will vote for a second Obama term and why you should too....
  • Commentary: Government shouldn't define 'church'

    Under pressure from religious and conservative groups, the Obama administration has offered another compromise on the issue of birth control coverage within the Affordable Care Act. While exempting churches and some religiously affiliated institutions...
  • Obama's 'tax' lapse

    Obama's 'tax' lapse
    In 2009, President Barack Obama was asked whether the individual mandate in his health care plan was really just a tax in disguise. "I absolutely reject that notion," he responded. But if the president had been brave enough back then to call a tax a tax,...