Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is 81 years old, and she isn't retiring any time soon. When the Supreme Court decides mammoth issues like the future of the Affordable Care Act and a national right for gay couples to marry, she plans to be on the bench. Read more in this opinion piece by Columnist Gail Collins. (Illustration: Eleanor Davis)

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