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President Biden’s Federal Student Loan Debt Relief Program Faces Crucial Hurdle At Supreme Court

The high court’s decision weighs heavily on Black borrowers who carry disproportionately high student debt.

Why Clarence Thomas Gave A Temporary Reprieve to Lindsay Graham From A Federal Subpoena Over Alleged Election Interference

The South Carolina senator asked the justice to spare him from discussing calls he made to Georgia’s Attorney General after Trump lost the state.

Supreme Court To Hear Arguments On Mississippi Abortion Law

The law is not unlike a similar one in Texas.

Clarence Thomas Defends Supreme Court’s ‘Independence,’ Warns About Political Partisanship

The conservative judge criticized some national leaders.

Supreme Court Case Re-Examines Federal Sentencing For Crack Cocaine Possession

Courts have disagreed on how offenders should be dealt with.

Opinion: Clarence Thomas Dissent Shows Just How Much He’ll Pander To The Far Right

The conservative justice is clearly leaning into fringe.

Clarence Thomas Dissent Over SCOTUS Election Ruling Hints Partisanship

The conservative justice has fallen under criticism.

Activist DeRay McKesson Wins Supreme Court Case Against Police Officer

He was sued by a cop injured during a 2016 protest.

Amy Coney Barrett Confirmed To Supreme Court Without A Single Democratic Vote

She replaces the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

This Day in Black History: June 13, 1967

Thurgood Marshall appointed to U.S. Supreme Court.