Justice

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Family members of Emmett Till, the Black 14-year-old whose murder in the Jim Crow South spurred the civil rights movement in America, say they have unearthed an unserved arrest warrant for the White woman who accused him of making advances toward her, sparking the events that led to his death nearly 70 years ago. ...
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson was officially sworn in as the first black woman on the Supreme Court Thursday, minutes after Justice Stephen Breyer’s retirement took effect. ...
Justice Jackson sworn in by Chief Justice Roberts and retiring Justice Breyer, who helps administer the oath to his former clerk to take his seat. Andrea Mitchell discusses with NBC Chief Justice Correspondent Pete Williams, Legal Defense Fund President and Director-Counsel Janai Nelson, SCOTUSblog publisher Tom Goldstein, and Boston Globe senior opinion writer Kimberly Atkins Stohr.  ...
Radio talk show host Howard Stern referred to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas as "Darth Vader" and said he would run for president in order to add more justices to the highest court and restore Roe vs. Wade. Stern made the comments on this SiriusXM show Monday after the Supreme Court rever... ...

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