BUFF - Some 500 enthusiastic followers of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg are expected to follow her fitness lead and “plank” in front of the U.S. Supreme Court today as she celebrates her 86th birthday. Tony Mauro reports that more than 2,000 additional people have expressed interest in participating in the “Plank Like RBG” event. Ginsburg has called her personal trainer the most important person in her life now.
SUITED UP - Litigation from the college admissions scandal is piling up. Ross Todd reports that a proposed nationwide class action filed in California state court seeks “no less than $500,000,000,000″ from defendants caught up in the criminal case that has captured the nation’s attention. In addition, Stanford students Erica Olsen and Kalea Woods have filed suit claiming that the value of their education has been tarnished by the scandal. Their lawyers are also pursuing class claims on behalf of applicants who were rejected by schools involved in the scandal.
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