The Daily Populous

Thursday May 11st, 2023 evening edition

image for Justice Elena Kagan was worried about the ethics of accepting bagels from friends, while Clarence Thomas was enjoying expensive vacations paid for by a GOP megadonor: report

Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan once turned down a care package of bagels and lox, per Forward.

She was concerned she could be violating the court's ethics rules for accepting gifts, friends said.

Meanwhile, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas was accepting lavish holidays from a GOP megadonor.

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She said that Kagan sent her an email, which reportedly said: "I have to take these ethics and reporting considerations very seriously.".

Kagan's approach seems to directly contrast with that of Thomas when it comes to accepting gifts.

Top Democrats have called on the Supreme Court to investigate Thomas, as well as calling on the court to adopt a public code of ethics. »

F-22 Fighters and Typhoons deploy to Estonia

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The Typhoon’s ‘supercruise’ capability enables high-speed flight at sustained speeds of over Mach 1 without the use of afterburner.

For the RAF, this is the second deployment of Typhoons to eastern Europe since the full-scale invasion of Ukraine by Russian last year.

The RAF deployed to Romania for Operation Biloxi in March 2022 to cover the southern portion of Nato’s east border. »

Man told he had one year to live at age 12 turns 30 without ever hearing he's cancer free

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Man told he had one year to live at age 12 turns 30 without ever hearing he's cancer free.

A man told he had one year to live after being diagnosed with cancer aged 12 has celebrated his 30th birthday - without ever hearing he's cancer free.

The father-of-two, from Nashville, said he was diagnosed with a brain tumour in 2005, and had to comprehend the being told he could be dead by aged 13. »