Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg returns home after fall, hospitalization

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was released from the hospital Friday after having been admitted for treatment and observation after fracturing three ribs in a fall.

Upon hearing of Ginsburg's injuries, anxious liberals took to Twitter to volunteer their own ribs to help with her recovery. "She is doing well and plans to work from home today", a U.S. Supreme Court spokesperson said in a statement Friday. She also called Trump a "faker", and he called for her to resign.

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The fall forced Ginsburg to miss Thursday's investiture ceremony welcoming new justice Brett Kavanaugh to the court. Before the offers had subsided, Ginsburg was already back home, her strength no doubt bolstered by her faithful workouts with Johnson.

The Supreme Court's next session is scheduled for November 26. She was treated for colon cancer in 1999, pancreatic cancer in 2009 and underwent a heart procedure in 2014. The court is now divided 5-4 in favor of conservatives, and the Republican-controlled Senate is poised to confirm any of Donald Trump's potential Supreme Court appointments for the next two years.

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It was the latest health scare for the oldest member of the Court, who previously battled two forms of cancer and suffered two broken ribs in 2012.

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