Guest Editorial: Clarence Thomas cries foul over barrage of public criticism – Does he protest too much?

May 23, 2024

By: Courier Newsroom

Justice Sotomayor’s health isn’t the real problem for Democrats − winning elections is

May 11, 2024

By: The Conversation

U.S. Supreme Court unveils new code of ethics for justices

November 14, 2023

By: Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent

Supreme Court considers whether to uphold law that keeps guns out of the hands of domestic abusers

November 7, 2023

By: The Conversation

Supreme Court is poised to dismantle an integral part of LBJ’s Great Society – affirmative action

June 7, 2023

By: The Conversation

Judging the judges: Scandals have the potential to affect the legitimacy of judges – and possibly the federal judiciary, too

June 5, 2023

By: Courier Newsroom

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas moves to reverse the legacy of his predecessor, Thurgood Marshall

April 23, 2023

By: The Conversation

A diverse Supreme Court grapples with affirmative action, with its justices of color split sharply on the meaning of ‘equal protection’

February 16, 2023

By: The Conversation

Justice Clarence Thomas and his wife have bolstered conservative causes as he is poised to lead the Supreme Court rolling back more landmark rulings

October 5, 2022

By: The Conversation

A seismic change has taken place at the Supreme Court – but it’s not clear if the shift is about principle or party

September 28, 2022

By: The Conversation

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