Supreme Court seems prepared to rule for police in traffic-stop case
The question before the court is whether it is reasonable to believe someone with a suspended license is behind the wheel.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg , recovering from surgery to remove two cancerous lesions from her left lung, will not attend oral arguments Monday -- the first time she has missed a scheduled public session due to illness in her 25-year career on the high court bench
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will not attend court on Monday marking the first time she has missed a day of oral arguments due to illness in 25 Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg sits onstage as a speaker of the David Berg Distinguished Speakers Series held at the New
Supreme Court Justicewas not on the bench for oral arguments Wednesday due to illness, according to .
Roberts announced she was "indisposed due to illness."
A court spokesperson said that Ginsburg was home with a stomach virus and that she is expected to participate in the cases by reading the briefs.
Supreme Court Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Samuel Alito Urged to Recuse Themselves From LGBT Cases
After posing for a picture with the leader of an anti-gay group, Supreme Court Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Samuel Alito have been sent a letter by the president of a judicial activist group, demanding the pair recuse themselves from upcoming court cases centered on LGBT rights.The liberal group Take Back the Court advocates adding additional justices to the Supreme Court. Their executive director Aaron Belkin wrote the letter on Tuesday, and it was shared to their website and social media on Wednesday. The letter concerns a recent photo showing Kavanaugh and Alito posing with members of NOM and the Catholic Church's Congregation for the Doctrine of Faith.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg missed Wednesday’s argument session with what a court spokeswoman said was a stomach virus. Chief Justice John Roberts said from the bench that Ginsburg , 86, was ”indisposed due to illness ” but would participate in the two cases based on the
(MORE: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg misses Supreme Court session due to cancer recovery). She didn't attend oral arguments immediately following the surgery, marking the first time she missed a scheduled public session due to illness in her career over a quarter of a decade on the high court
The oldestjustice, Ginsburg leads the liberal wing on the court, which is currently outnumbered 5-4 by conservatives.
She has been an active participant from the bench this term, often asking the first questions. She was present Tuesday when the court heard one of the most important cases of the term concerning President Donald Trump's decision to terminate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
The Supreme Court is hearing an unusual docket of blockbuster cases this term including immigration, abortion and the Second Amendment.
Her health has long been an issue.
Ginsburg, 86, is a four-time cancer survivor and has been an active participant on the bench this term. In August, she announced that she was being treated for pancreatic cancer. At the time, the Court's public information officer said, "The tumor was treated definitively and there is no evidence of disease elsewhere in the body."
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Research shows older adults are slower to conceptualize problems and make changes when circumstances shift. How would that work in the Situation Room? Former President Jimmy Carter, a marvel of clear-headedness at 95, said recently that by the time he reached 80, “I don’t believe I could undertake the duties that I experienced when I was president. For one thing you had to be very flexible with your mind. You had to be able to go from one subject to another and concentrate on each one adequately and then put them all together in a comprehensive way.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is not attending arguments in the Supreme Court on Wednesday due to an illness . Ginsburg had a perfect attendance record for 25 years until she underwent surgery for cancer last December. Earlier this year, Ginsburg was undergoing treatment
In case you missed it, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg underwent surgery to remove two cancerous growths on her left lung last month. Today, the 85-year-old is missing arguments for the first time in more than two decades as she continues to recover at home. With our beloved RBG MIA, we
In 1999, she successfully underwent surgery to treat colon cancer. She was treated for early stages of pancreatic cancer in 2009. Last December, Ginsburg underwent surgery to remove two cancerous nodules from her left lung.
Ginsburg, who inspired the meme "Notorious RBG" and was the subject of a documentary and feature film in recent years, missed oral arguments for the first time last term while recovering, but participated in rulings via court transcripts and in writing.
After her last diagnosis, Ginsburg went on an extended multi-state speaking tour.
"This latest has been my fourth cancer battle and I found each time that when I'm active, I'm much better than if I'm just lying about and feeling sorry for myself," she said in New York at the Yale Club at an event hosted by Moment Magazine.
"It's a necessity to get up and go, it's stimulating, and somehow all these appearances that I've had since the end of August whatever my temporary disability is, it stops and I'm OK for the time of the event," she added.
Ginsburg has been known for reaching across ideological divides to build relationships with her fellow justices. This term, at the end of arguments, Justice Clarence Thomas, one of the court's most conservative justices, has extended a hand to Ginsburg, the court's liberal icon, to help her down the steps that leave out of the chamber.
Today marks the last sitting for November. The justices will meet behind closed doors on the Friday of this week, and will take the bench on Monday for a non-argument day. They won't hear arguments again until December 2nd.
House committee urges Supreme Court to order immediate release of Trump's tax, financial records .
A House panel investigating President Trump's financial dealings urged the Supreme Court to require that his accounting firm release his tax records.The request from the House Committee on Oversight and Reform came less than a week after Trump's lawyers sought to block a federal appeals court's decision that said the records from the accounting firm Mazars USA must be released.