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Former President Jimmy Carter is recovering from a procedure that relieved pressure in his brain caused by bleeding. The Carter Center said there were no complications from the surgery. The bleeding was caused by a number of recent falls.        [[ Note: Watch for updates ]]       The Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments today on the DACA [[ DAH-kuh ]] program. DACA is the Obama-era policy designed to protect immigrants who were brought to the U.S. illegally as children. A federal court blocked President Trump's 2017 attempt to end the program.        The widow of the late Maryland Representative Elijah Cummings is jumping into the race for his vacant seat. Maya Rockeymoore Cummings formally announced her candidacy this morning in Baltimore. Elijah Cummings died last month after serving for more than two decades on Capitol Hill.       The first public hearings in the impeachment inquiry against President Trump begin tomorrow. State Department officials William Taylor and George Kent will be the first witnesses in Wednesday's public hearings. Behind closed doors, both told lawmakers about their concerns with the Trump administration pressuring Ukrainian officials to investigate Joe Biden.        Mexican authorities say they've made arrests in the massacre of nine people earlier this month. Three women and six children with dual U.S.-Mexican citizenship were killed while driving in northern Mexico on November 4th. Investigators believe they were caught in the midst of a fight for territory between two drug cartels.        A new survey shows most Americans work when they're sick. National staffing agency Accountemps polled 28-hundred employees in more than two dozen major cities. They found that more than 90-percent come to work when they're sick with a cold or flu.