The Supreme Court will hear arguments Wednesday in a case that will decide whether many women must choose between having a job and having a family -- or, at least, whether these women must put their jobs and their income on hold during their pregnancy.
In the mid-1980s, according to Panetti's wife, he became "convinced the devil had possessed their home and that, in an effort to cleanse their surroundings . . . buried a number of valuables next to the house and engaged in other rituals."
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Supreme Court's oldest member and its senior-most liberal, "underwent a coronary catheterization procedure" on Wednesday morning "to place a stent in her right coronary artery," according to a press release from the Supreme Court.
The bill responds to a nationwide shortage of execution drugs, which arises from increasing opposition to the death penalty from the companies that produce the drugs and from governments that prohibit their exportation if they will be used in executions.