Ginsburg 'Up And Working' From Hospital After Injury From Fall

Ginsburg 'Up And Working' From Hospital After Injury From Fall

"I can't promise they were good jokes but they were jokes". She is the oldest of the now serving 9 justices.

Ginsburg, the court's oldest justice, fell in her office on Wednesday.

Ginsburg fractured three ribs on her left side. The health of the liberal 85-year-old justice-the oldest sitting justice on the Supreme Court bench-has come under increased scrutiny in recent years.

President Donald Trump made the trek from the White House for Kavanugh's formal investiture. It was then confirmed that she had broken her ribs.

In 2014, she underwent a heart procedure to have a stent placed in her right coronary artery, CNN reported, and in 2009, she was treated for pancreatic cancer.

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As documentarian Cohen tells it, she's "one of the coolest people in the country", but she's also one of the toughest, and the "RBG" filmmakers are optimistic that she's going to be just fine, just as she always is. And yet, until Thursday, she hadn't missed a day serving on the court. According to Reuters, the next day the justices are scheduled to be on the bench to hear arguments is November 26, or 17 days from now.

Ginsburg, who was appointed by president Bill Clinton in 1993, was the second woman to be named to the nation's highest court.

She is now the oldest judge on the bench but seemingly has no plans to retire, as she has already hired law clerks for the term that extends into 2020.

She was not present at Thursday's investiture of Justice Brett Kavanaugh, Trump's appointee confirmed last month that gave the court a solid 5-4 conservative majority.

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