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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Misses SCOTUS Arguments for First Time in 25 Years

RBG misses Scotus arguments for the first time

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is missing arguments for the first time in more than 25 years as she recuperates from cancer surgery last month, the Supreme Court said.

Ginsburg was not on the bench as the court met Monday to hear arguments. It was not clear when she would return to the court, which will hear more cases on Tuesday and Wednesday, and again next week.

Court spokeswoman Kathy Arberg said the 85-year-old justice is continuing to recuperate and work from home after doctors removed two cancerous growths from her left lung on Dec. 21.

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Trump aides may be in legal jeopardy as Democrats give evidence to Mueller

Donald Trump and other aides in danger as info is turned over to MuellerA supporter of President Trump is considering moving his company's production headquarters to Mexico in an effort to avoid Trump's tariffs on Chinese imports, according to The New York Times.

Pat LeBlanc, the chairman of EBW Electronics, voted for Trump in 2016 but told the Times that the tariffs are "killing us."

“I just feel so betrayed. If we fail because the company is being harmed by the government, that just makes me sick," he added, saying that he expects that his profits in 2019 will be cut in half because of the tariffs.

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Trump supporter eyes moving factory to Mexico over tariffs

EBW Electronics may move to MexicoA supporter of President Trump is considering moving his company's production headquarters to Mexico in an effort to avoid Trump's tariffs on Chinese imports, according to The New York Times.

Pat LeBlanc, the chairman of EBW Electronics, voted for Trump in 2016 but told the Times that the tariffs are "killing us."

“I just feel so betrayed. If we fail because the company is being harmed by the government, that just makes me sick," he added, saying that he expects that his profits in 2019 will be cut in half because of the tariffs.

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Bolton: No troop withdrawal from Syria until ISIS contained, Kurds protected

John Bolton: Us will not Syria so quicklyNational security adviser John Bolton said Sunday that U.S. forces would not leave Syria until the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is fully defeated and the Trump administration receives assurances that U.S.-backed Kurdish fighters will be protected.

The Associated Press reported that Bolton laid out the conditions during a trip to Israel for a full U.S. withdrawal.

"There are objectives that we want to accomplish that condition the withdrawal,” Bolton said. “The timetable flows from the policy decisions that we need to implement.”

The comments provide the clearest indication yet that U.S. forces will not imminently withdraw from Syria, despite President Trump previously stating troops were "coming back now."

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Several Israeli Teens Arrested in Stoning Death of Palestinian Mother

Israeli teens arrested in stoning death of Palestinian womanA group of Jewish teenagers has been arrested for alleged involvement in the stoning death of a Palestinian woman, Israeli officials reportedly said Sunday. The exact number of teens has not specified, but Israeli media said five people were detained in the past week, according to the Washington Post.

These arrests related to the Oct. 12 stoning of a car leading to the death of 47-year-old Aisha Mohammed Rabi, a mother of nine. “I don’t have any doubt it was the settlers,” her husband, who was also in the car and injured, said to Haaretz after the attack.

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Washington governor to pardon marijuana possession convictions

Washington Governor to free those imprisoned by pot convictionsWashington Gov. Jay Inslee will offer pardons to several thousand people who have been convicted of misdemeanor marijuana possession before recreational pot became legal in the state.

Inslee announced the plan, called the Marijuana Justice Initiative, on Friday at the Washington State Cannabis Summit in Seattle, an annual conference sponsored by the legal marijuana industry.

"We shouldn't be punishing people for something that is no longer illegal in Washington state," Inslee said at the event. "Forgiving these convictions can help lessen their impact and allow people to move on with their lives. It's a small step, but one that moves us in the direction of correcting these injustices."M

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Mick Mulvaney: Government Shutdown Likely To ‘Drag On A Lot Longer’

Mick Mlvaney: Shutdown to hold on much longerActing White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney said on Sunday he doesn’t expect the partial government shutdown to end any time soon as it continues into a third week.

Mulvaney, who also serves as director of the Office of Management and Budget, said border security funding negotiations between Democratic and Republican staffers on Saturday were fruitless.

“It was a really strange meeting,” Mulvaney said on NBC’s “Meet The Press.” “The discussion immediately turned to a bunch of technical ... requests that the Democrats were asking for the first time ever in these negotiations. So I think this is going to drag on a lot longer.”

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Trump claims support from past presidents for the wall: Clinton, Bush and Obama beg to differ

Some important folks who don't love a wall

President Donald Trump claimed without evidence on Friday that past presidents have privately confided to him that they regret not building a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.

But at least three of the four living U.S. presidents — Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama — did no such thing.

Asked if Clinton told Trump that he should have built a border wall, Clinton spokesman Angel Ureña said, “He did not. In fact, they’ve not talked since the inauguration.”

Bush spokesman Freddy Ford also said the two men had not discussed the matter. And Obama, for his part, has not spoken with Trump since his inauguration, except for a brief exchange at George H.W. Bush’s funeral in Washington, D.C.

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NASA invite to sanctioned Russian official postponed indefinitely

 Dmitry Rogozin disinvited by NASA

The Trump administration has indefinitely postponed a proposed visit by a sanctioned Russian official to the U.S., a spokeswoman for NASA said on Friday.

The indefinite postponement could throw a wrench in U.S.-Russia space cooperation and represents a setback for Vladimir Putin’s efforts to undermine U.S. sanctions.

The proposed visit, which was supposed to have taken place some time early this year, faced mounting backlash this week from Senate Democrats who threatened congressional action to block it in response to a Tuesday POLITICO report about plans for the visit.

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