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  • Don't worry about Ginsburg's ticker

    Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, age 81, underwent a coronary catheterization procedure. She has been described as the senior liberal on the closely divided court, and her health and longevity has become a topic of concern for President Barack...
  • 'Notorious RBG' goes to the hospital; expect revived debate

    'Notorious RBG' goes to the hospital; expect revived debate
    Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is reportedly doing fine after a procedure Wednesday to implant a stent in her right coronary artery. But this health scare is sure to revive the debate about whether the 81-year-old leader of the court’s...
  • Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg recovering after heart procedure

    Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg recovering after heart procedure
    Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who vowed this year to stay on the Supreme Court as long as she could go “full steam,” announced Wednesday she had undergone a “coronary catheterization procedure” to have a stent put in her right...
  • Ruth Bader Ginsburg recovering after heart procedure

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg recovering after heart procedure
    U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg underwent a heart procedure at a Washington hospital on Wednesday after reporting discomfort following routine exercise, a court statement said. Ginsburg, 81, was resting comfortably after having a stent...
  • Rage in Missouri over grand jury decision

    Rage in Missouri over grand jury decision
    To the editor: The U.S. Supreme Court's much-reviled decision in the matter of Dred Scott (1857) remains the stark reality in America in 2014: Black persons have no rights that a white police officer is required to respect, including the right to life. ("...
  • Florida man executed for killing stepdaughter in 1992

    Florida man executed for killing stepdaughter in 1992
    A man convicted of fatally shooting his sleeping wife, then raping and murdering her 10-year-old daughter, was executed by lethal injection Thursday evening at Florida State Prison after spending almost half his life on death row, according to the Florida...
  • Norton Simon asks Supreme Court to let it keep 'Adam' and 'Eve'

    Norton Simon asks Supreme Court to let it keep 'Adam' and 'Eve'
    The Norton Simon Museum is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to review what its attorneys call a "profoundly misguided decision" by a federal appeals court that has kept alive a lawsuit aimed at wresting away ownership of two of the Pasadena museum's most...
  • Subsidies help pay for Oak Forest couple's Obamacare plan

    Subsidized health insurance has brought a measure of comfort and security to retirement for Bill Koclanis. The 63-year-old Oak Forest electrician and his wife signed up for a plan last year that allows them to see doctors more often than they did...
  • Without Obamacare, I would have died

    DURHAM, N.C. The Obamacare subsidies saved my life. Now, I'm scared the U.S. Supreme Court is going to gut them. In 2010, at 54, I was diagnosed with non-alcoholic cirrhosis (end-stage liver disease). It's debilitating, and a transplant is the only...
  • Threat to health subsidies pressures state's decision to create exchange

    Threat to health subsidies pressures state's decision to create exchange
    A legal challenge to the Affordable Care Act and two imminent deadlines are putting pressure on Illinois to act to set up a state-based health insurance exchange or risk losing subsidies that help thousands of residents pay their premiums. A pending U....
  • Supreme Court allows gay marriage to proceed in Kansas

    Supreme Court allows gay marriage to proceed in Kansas
    The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday allowed gay marriage to go into effect in Kansas by rejecting a last-minute request filed by state officials. In a brief order, the court said it would not block a district court judge's ruling last week that struck...