The Supreme Court announced that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had two nodules removed from her lungs in a surgical procedure.
The 85-year-old liberal justice underwent a pulmonary lobectomy in New York City on Friday.
“Post-surgery, there was no evidence of any remaining disease,” according to a statement from the court. “Scans performed before surgery indicated no evidence of disease elsewhere in the body. Currently, no further treatment is planned.”
The growths were discovered during tests last month to treat rib fractures she sustained in a fall in November.
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No let-up in French strikes as fresh turmoil hits weekend
The most serious nationwide strike to hit France in years caused new weekend travel turmoil on Saturday, with unions warning the walkouts would last well into next week.
The challenge thrown to President Emmanuel Macron over his plans for radical pension reform has seen hundreds of thousands take to the streets and key transport services brought to a standstill.
The strikes, which began on Thursday, have recalled the winter of 1995, when three weeks of huge stoppages forced a social policy U-turn by the then-government.
Unions have vowed a second series of mass demonstrations nationwide on Tuesday after big rallies on Thursday and there is expected to be little easing of the transport freezes over the coming days.
PG&E agrees to $13.5 billion payout for deadly California fires
California's Pacific Gas and Electric will pay $13.5 billion to settle lawsuits over its role in a series of wildfires that killed scores of people and destroyed thousands of homes, the utility giant said Friday.
Faulty PG&E powerlines were blamed for sparking last year's so-called Camp Fire in northern California -- the deadliest in the state's history -- that left 86 people dead.
Outdated facilities including vulnerable wooden poles and failure to deforest land surrounding high-voltage transmission lines were blamed for the inferno, prompting accusations the San Francisco-based firm had put profit before safety.
Russia likely listened to Trump when he used unsecured phone to call Giuliani: security officials
Russia likely learned of President Donald Trump’s Ukraine dealings months before they were exposed by a whistleblower report, because he used unsecured phone lines to speak with his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, current and former officials told The Washington Post.
This article first appeared in Salon.
Phone records released in the House Intelligence Committee’s impeachment report this week showed that Giuliani made multiple calls to a blocked number listed as “-1.” Though Trump is not identified by name in the records, investigators believe the number belongs to Trump, and administration officials confirmed that Trump spoke with Giuliani on unsecured lines.