In Her Own Words: Justice Jackson Speaks Volumes From Bench
Ketanji Brown Jackson said before the Supreme Court’s term began that she was “ready to work.” The first Black woman on the high court and its newest justice made that clear during arguments in the opening cases this past week. The numbers tell the story.
Justice Thomas Cites Debunked Claim That COVID Vaccines Are Made With Cells From ‘Aborted Children'
Thomas cited the claims in a dissent to the Supreme Court’s refusal to take up a challenge by health care workers who opposed New York’s vaccine mandate on religious grounds.
WATCH: Ketanji Brown Jackson Sworn in as Supreme Court Justice
Ketanji Brown Jackson made history Thursday after being sworn in as the first Black female justice on the Supreme Court.
Trump's Lasting Legacy Grows as Supreme Court Overturns Roe
The Supreme Court’s decision that women have no constitutional right to an abortion marked the apex of a week that reinforced Donald Trump’s grip on Washington more than a year and a half after he exited the White House.
Supreme Court Conservatives Flex Muscle in Sweeping Rulings
Sweeping Supreme Court rulings on guns and abortion this past week have sent an unmistakable message. And that message is that conservative justices hold the power and aren’t afraid to use it to make transformative changes in the law.
Q&A: Does the Supreme Court Have an Ethics Code?
Text messages from Supreme Court Justice Thomas’ wife has lead to calls for him to step down or even be impeached. Rob Michaelson and Sue O’Connell look into the history of ethical concerns in the Supreme Court. Rob: Lots of professions require disclosures to employers or customers to avoid conflicts of interest. Some don’t. But you may be surprised...
How Do You Impeach a Supreme Court Justice?
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas is under fire for texts his wife sent during the Jan. 6 riots. Sue’ O’Connell and Rob Michaelson explore the history of Supreme Court controversies.
Biden Will Nominate a Black Woman to the Supreme Court
In a White House event to mark Justice Stephen Breyer’s retirement, President Biden said he would make his nomination by the end of February.