Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized for possible infection

Ginsburg, 87, the oldest member of the Supreme Court, "will stay in the hospital for a few days," according to a spokesperson.
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As we continue here, we have the latest on the health scare for Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The supreme court justice hospitalized overnight for a possible infection. This two months after she was treated for a benign gallbladder condition. Mary Bruce outside the supreme court with much more. Good morning, Mary. Reporter: Good morning, robin. Well, the 87-year-old liberal justice is waking up in a Baltimore hospital after undergoing an endoscopic procedure to treat a possible infection. Now we're told she is resting comfortably and will stay there for several days to receive antibiotics. This is her second hospitalization this year and has had many health challenges and survived four bouts of cancer. Her -- any health issues, though, have not prevented her from continuing to do her job without interruption but her health, though, is a source of constant concern and deep anxiety for many Democrats who fear what a potential vacancy could do to the balance of the courts. Now, ask the about her yesterday the president says he wishes Ginsburg the best and hopes she's feeling better. Coming up more of my interview with Mary trump.

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