The Daily Populous

Monday November 25th, 2019 day edition

image for Ruth Bader Ginsburg "home and doing well" after hospitalization for chills and fever

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was released from the hospital Sunday, two days after being hospitalized for experiencing chills and fever.

The 86-year-old justice received treatment at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland.

"Justice Ginsburg has been discharged from the hospital," Supreme Court spokeswoman Kathy Arberg said in a statement.

The Supreme Court's public information office said Saturday that Ginsburg's symptoms had "abated" after she received "intravenous antibiotics and fluids.".

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg receives honorary law degree from the University at Buffalo.

The tumor was treated "definitively," according to the public information office, and there was no sign the disease had spread.

"Post-surgery evaluation indicates no evidence of remaining disease, and no further treatment is required," a spokesperson for the Supreme Court said a few weeks later. »

House Intelligence Committee in possession of video, audio recordings from Giuliani associate Lev Parnas

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The material submitted to the committee includes audio, video and photos that include Giuliani and Trump.

We would like them to fully comply with those subpoenas," House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff told CNN Sunday, with a committee spokesperson adding they would not elaborate beyond the chairman's comments.

Parnas, a Ukraine-born, American businessman, was subpoenaed last month by House committees at the same time as Fruman. »

Queen cancels Prince Andrew's 60th birthday party

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Last week the Duke of York was interviewed on the British television programme Newsnight where he admitted to "letting the side down.".

The Sunday Times reports the Queen did not approve the interview.

Prince Charles was the driving force behind the Duke of York's decision to stand aside from his royal duties. »

Abbie Hoffman and Amy Carter Protest CIA, 1986

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In 1986, 15 people were charged with trespassing and disorderly conduct for protesting CIA recruitment at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

Amy Carter, daughter of former President Jimmy Carter, grew up in the White House, and was attending Brown University at the time she participated in the CIA recruitment protest.

[caption id="attachment1712" align="alignleft" width="202"]<a href=""><img class="size-medium wp-image-1712" alt="Amy Carter Climbing a Tree" src="" width="202" height="300" /> Amy Carter on the White House Grounds. »

Mastercard Bans Automatic Billing After Free Trials

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Isn't it annoying when you sign up for a free trial, and forget to cancel before the company starts billing you?

The credit card company this week announced a new policy requiring merchants to get a cardholder's approval at the end of a trial before they start billing.

"Free trial offers can be a legitimate and useful way to increase sales and improve consumer satisfaction," Mastercard wrote. »