How US abortion debate got to this point
By Philippa Thomas, BBC News
2 May 2018
As the Supreme Court hears arguments on another abortion case, two factions of the debate look back on how they got here and what they expect in the future.
Who cares about the exercise routine of an 84-year-old?
Thousands do, when that octogenarian is Ruth Bader Ginsburg - tiny, feisty, and fit. For liberal Americans, she's a vital progressive voice on the nine-member US Supreme Court. And to put it bluntly, they're invested in her staying alive. Because if she goes, her replacement will be named by President Trump.