An officer is being hailed a hero after he quickly saved a 3-week-old baby who was struggling to breath.
- PoliticsThe Telegraph
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the 87-year-old anchor of the US Supreme Court's liberal faction, has been hospitalised for a suspected infection, the court said Tuesday. Ginsburg was admitted to Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore on Tuesday after first going to her regular Washington hospital with fever and chills. She underwent an endoscopic procedure "to clean out a bile duct stent that was placed last August," the court said in a statement. Ginsburg "is resting comfortably and will stay in the hospital for a few days to receive intravenous antibiotic treatment," it added. One of four liberals among the court's nine justices, Ginsburg's health is closely watched as Donald Trump's administration seeks an opportunity to appoint a new justice who would tilt the court solidly in a conservative direction, potentially shifting US law and social policy for decades. Supreme Court justices serve until they die or voluntarily retire, and Ginsburg has clung to her position despite her age, aware that if she leaves it could change the landscape of US justice.
- LifestylePopular Mechanics
After a quarter-century hiatus, the most hardcore SUV ever is officially back. Meet the new beasts in the 2021 Bronco lineup.
Last week, the couple revealed their past split on an episode of Red Table Talk.
- SportsBleacher Report
Raiders OL discusses how the second-year RB is wise beyond his years
- CelebrityHuffPost Canada
The answer to the round you’re playing is “talking on the phone.” Last Wednesday, TikTok user Daniel Alvarado answered this question for himself, exposing a generational divide that many hadn’t considered. First, he asks his wife to pretend she’s talking on the phone.
- CelebrityEvening Standard
Kelly Preston, actress and wife of John Travolta, has died aged 57.Travolta posted on Instagram to say Preston had died, after spending two years being treated for breast cancer.
"Think about the impact of your words on the real lives of real people," Legend wrote.