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    ‘Look at what we’ve done’: Justice Jackson begins historic SCOTUS tenure

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  • Linda Greenhouse: ‘No surprise that people are rather quickly losing faith in the Supreme Court.’

    08:14
  • SCOTUS is back in session – is the next Dobbs on the docket?

    10:01
  • Rep. Raskin: “The whole country should be alarmed about where the GOP is today”

    08:29
  • Hayes: Trump judges remind us the rule of law is a 'human institution'

    08:04
  • Jan. 6 bombshell? ‘Significant information’ obtained by committee amid Ginni Thomas interview

    10:12
  • SCOTUS’ upcoming term full of more blockbuster cases

    12:48
  • Investiture ceremony held for Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson

    01:29
  • Jan. 6th cmte. questions Ginni Thomas

    05:11
  • Lawrence: Ginni Thomas finally meets with Jan. 6 Committee

    04:37
  • Schiff: Ginni Thomas ‘did not assert privilege’ in meeting with Jan. 6 Cmte.

    04:20
  • The Case for Expanding the Supreme Court (Again)

    16:38
  • Dahlia Lithwick: The Supreme Court is ‘in trouble’

    05:32
  • Ayman: Democracy, however imperfect, is worth fighting for

    04:13
  • Ginni Thomas agrees to meet with the Jan. 6 committee

    03:16
  • 'She changed the way America is for women': Reflecting on friendship with RBG

    07:25
  • Sen. Whitehouse blasts ring-wing 'scheme' to control Supreme Court

    03:42
  • Chief Justice confused by questioning SCOTUS's legitimacy after Roe decision

    05:45
  • Trump's history of seeking out 'his' judges continues with Mar-a-Lago case

    09:38
  • #VelshiBannedBookClub: Margaret Atwood in a #PostRoeAmerica

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GOP candidates weigh in on court vacancy

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Donald Trump cited two judges he would consider for the vacancy left by Justice Antonin Scalia's death, while other Republicans competed over who could be more obstructionist in stopping any Obama nominee to fill the post. Tara Dowdell, Rich Galen, and Dahlia Lithwick join Ari Melber.