The Supreme Court's last Golden Girl standing falls asleep during oral arguments about Texas redistricting. It's unclear whether she was really sawing the log—an artist's sketch doesn't show a curved trail of ZZZZs over her head—but one witness said she was down for about ten or fifteen minutes.
Based on their questioning, Ginsburg and other justices appear willing to let the new Texas districts stand.
Meanwhile, the Canadian Supreme Court allows Sikhs to bring daggers into school. (Things really are getting better up there.)
Last year, Jesse Walker revealed how long the SCOTUS has been sleepwalking through history.