Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will be absent from oral arguments at the high court again next week continue to work from home next week as she recuperates from cancer surgery in December. Nevertheless, Politico reports that the Trump administration is quietly urging conservative groups to prepare for her departure in the near future. Ginsburg is a left-wing jurist who has notoriously ruled for abortion and against employers' conscience rights, as well as for same-sex "marriage" despite calls to recuse herself on the issue because she's personally officiated several such "weddings". "She's barely two weeks out", Dr. Raja Flores, chief of the division of thoracic surgery at Mount Sinai Hospital in NY, told CNBC.
A year ago, the news broke that Ginsburg hired law clerks for at least two court terms, signaling she intends to stay through 2020.
After her pulmonary lobectomy, her doctor said that there was "no evidence of any remaining disease".
The White House "is taking the temperature on possible short-list candidates, reaching out to key stakeholders, and just making sure that people are informed on the process", said a source familiar with those conversations, who spoke on background given the delicate nature of the subject.
The short list of potential replacements for the ailing Ginsburg include Seventh Circuit judge Amy Coney Barrett, whose name got floated before Trump nominated Brett Kavanaugh.
President Trump has wished Ginsburg a speedy recovery.
In any event, numerous judge names that have been floated so far are women: Amy Coney Barrett, Joan Larsen, Amul Thapar, Raymond Kethledge, Britt Grant; Thomas Hardiman, and Neomi Rao.
She said something very inappropriate during the campaign, but she apologized for it, ' he the president said in November. Earlier this week, she missed oral arguments for two days at the Supreme Court, the first time she has missed courtroom arguments in her 25 years on the court.
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It has been linked to genetics and can be triggered by certain diseases (for example, Ménière's disease) and viral infections. Instead, the vast majority of people who have some type of hearing loss have what is called ski-slope hearing loss.
The Chargers and Mebane didn't need any more motivation going into their matchup with the Patriots, but playing with this emotional pain will undoubtedly push Mebane and the Chargers to win in her memory.
Some experts also see a risk that Chinese intelligence may develop an ability to subvert Huawei's equipment. However, the person is said to be a former high-ranking official at Poland's internal security agency.
Ellison features as the world's tenth-richest person with a net worth of $58.5 billion on Forbes Billionaires 2018 List . CEO Elon Musk still holds that title with 33.7 million shares - the most of any individual or institutional investor.
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For example, you can say "Hey Google, take me home", to open Google Maps and get directions for your commute. For security reasons, it's available through opt-in, meaning you've got to tick the box in settings.
On his official Twitter page, Pandya said he got "carried away" on the show and did not mean any "disrespect" with his comments. The CoA has taken on board the recommendation of the BCCI's legal team that Pandya and Rahul be suspended pending an inquiry.
The supplier "enabled" the cheating and should have known its customers would use the software improperly, the office added. If Fiat Chrysler doesn't get at least 85% of the vehicles brought in for repairs, it will face additional fines.
Trump says U.S. to change how it handles H1-B visas
Trump campaigned for president on a promise to crack down on immigrants, who he said took jobs away from U.S. citizens. The H-1B system now operates as a lottery and does not offer a path to citizenship.
US, China leave next steps for trade talks unclear
From January 7 to 9, a USA delegation was in Beijing for talks about trade issues amid an ongoing 90-day truce in the trade war. The talks were the first face-to-face meeting between the two sides since their leaders met on December 1.
Cancer deaths hit milestone, a 25-year decline
Cancer rates in the USA have been dropping steadily for 25 years, according to a new report from the American Cancer Society . However, in adults younger than age 55, new cases of colorectal cancer have increased nearly 2% per year since the mid-1990s.
Stranded seals swarm Canadian town, block roads and buildings
The small Newfoundland town has been swarmed with the animals, but even though two of the mammals have died, DFO says it's normal. Two of the seals have been killed by a auto and the rest may starve if they are not returned to the ocean in time.
Amazon Launches Free Streaming Service ‘IMDb Freedive’
It'll rival Roku's ad-supported service in the U.S. , and give Amazon a chance to bring in more revenue through advertising. Amazon , which acquired IMDb in 1998, claims the site has more than 250 million unique monthly users worldwide.
Military Going Ahead With Syria Withdrawal Plans
Turkey views the Kurdish YPG militia, which forms the core of the SDF force, as a national security threat. Top U.S. officials were shocked too, among them Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, who quit in protest.