Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has returned to the Supreme Court on Friday for the first time since undergoing surgery in December. What’s the story? In November, Ginsburg suffered a fall that broke three ribs in her left side. While they were examining this injury, doctors found malignant nodules on the lower lobe of
Fervid speculation as to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s well-being was set off in December when the Supreme Court abruptly announced that she was being treated for lung cancer. Though a positive prognosis has since allayed the worst fears of Ginsburg’s admirers, her continued struggles broach important but little discussed questions about judicial fitness in an
Most Americans place a star, angel, or another traditional Christmas symbol atop their Christmas trees. But this year, liberal documentary filmmaker Michael Moore decided to break with tradition. What is Moore doing? Instead of choosing a Christmas symbol, Moore has selected none other than Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg — well, a doll of
Former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly drew widespread criticism Friday after he said it is “inevitable” that President Donald Trump will be able to appoint a third justice to the Supreme Court. O’Reilly’s comments came after news broke that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg recently underwent surgery to remove cancerous cells from her lungs.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was hospitalized to remove malignant nodules from her left lung. The surgery was reportedly successful, but she will remain in the hospital for the next few days. What happened? On Nov. 7, Ginsburg fell down in her office. She went home after the incident, but reportedly experienced discomfort throughout
by Kevin Daley Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was seriously injured in a Wednesday evening fall in her chambers at the U.S. Supreme Court. (Article Continues Below Advertisement) The health of the 85-year-old justice and progressive favorite is much-watched, lest a sudden change of events give President Donald Trump a third appointment to the
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said that she hopes to stay on the bench for another five years on Sunday speaking in New York City. “My senior colleague, Justice John Paul Stevens, he stepped down when he was 90, so think I have about at least five more years,” Ginsburg said. Ginsburg was appointed to