A Supreme Court spokeswoman said the justice had symptoms from low blood sugar but is fine.
Lower courts have struck down the president’s travel bans, but his lawyers think the high court will be more amenable.
Solicitor general says the court should review and overturn a judge’s ruling that requires keeping the program in place.
The decision means that this year’s elections will likely be conducted under the 2016 boundaries, in which Republicans hold 10 out of 13 congressional seats.
The justices seemed wary of writing a broad opinion.
At stake in the decades-long litigation is whether Atlanta and the farmers of southwestern Georgia are using too much of the water that should go to the Florida Panhandle.
Keith Tharpe can challenge his death sentence, justices say, after one of his jurors gives affidavit in which he questions whether black people have souls.
Justices to hear dispute that pits farmers and city dwellers in Georgia against oystermen in Apalachicola Bay.
Some who watch the spectacle of long lines in inclement weather say there must be a better way.
The case has procedural problems that some argue make it a troublesome test for the issue.
The request was granted pending further review of a lower court’s order in a lawsuit challenging the end of the program.
Md. Republicans say state’s dominant Democrats drew congressional districts that violated their rights.
It is at least the third time since the president’s inauguration that the Department of Justice has renounced its past positions, some held for decades.
The justices heard arguments in one of the term’s most anticipated cases.
Most justices appear skeptical of a federal law that bars states from allowing such gambling.