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    Pete Williams: Sandra Day O’Connor was the ‘glue that held everybody together’ on Supreme Court

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  • Looking back at Sandra Day O'Connor's impact on the Supreme Court

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  • Sandra Day O'Connor dies at age 93

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  • Ideology or naiveté?: New attack on voting rights could test Roberts on racial reality

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  • ‘Contrary to Supreme Court history’: Expert slams appeals court ruling threatening voting rights

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  • Sen. Whitehouse: New SCOTUS code 'misses the bulk of the problem'

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  • Clarence Thomas scandal corners high court: New 'code' adopted over calls for reform

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  • Why the Supreme Court's new toothless code of ethics matters 'a little bit'

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  • ‘Giant waste of time’: Mystal on specifics in Supreme Court’s new code of conduct

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  • Supreme Court adopts new code of conduct amid ethics concerns

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  • 'We're hoping SCOTUS rules in favor of survivors of domestic violence'

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  • Supreme Court reviews domestic abuser gun ban

    02:19
  • Senate Democrats consider subpoenas for Clarence Thomas' billionaire benefactors

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  • 'How can the highest court not have a code of ethics?': Sen. Padilla on SCOTUS facing new scrutiny

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  • 'Something to hide': Dems to subpoena megadonors at center of Supreme Court scandals

    06:43
  • Justice Thomas recuses himself from John Eastman's appeal of Jan. 6 case

    02:33
  • Supreme Court rejects Alabama congressional map with one majority-Black district

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  • 'DOJ and Congress need to investigate this man': Expert calls for ethics probe into Clarence Thomas

    10:34
  • New Justice Thomas scandal points to next target of billionaires' Supreme Court influence

    10:01
  • Flipping Kavanaugh: What's really behind Alabama's gerrymandering gambit

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Plaintiff in Supreme Court gay rights case calls ruling ‘a full win across the board’

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Gerald Bostock, plaintiff in the Supreme Court employment discrimination case, spoke to MSNBC after Monday’s landmark ruling, saying it sends a clear message to the Trump administration that discrimination will not be tolerated.