Justice Clarence Thomas' disclosure form had been eagerly awaited in the wake of news reports that he accepted luxury trips worth hundreds of thousands of dollars from GOP megadonor Harlan Crow.
A Republican donor paid two years of private school tuition for a child raised by Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, and Thomas didn't disclose the payments. That confirmation of a published report comes from a lawyer who's represented Thomas and his wife, Virginia.
Ethics watchdogs are raising alarms after a report showed Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas accepted lavish gifts without disclosing them as required.
The transaction is the first known instance of money flowing from Crow to the Supreme Court justice. The sale netted the GOP megadonor two vacant lots and the house where Thomas’ mother was living.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: The 2024 Democratic National Convention will take place in Chicago, snubbing Georgia Democrats who wanted the convention in Atlanta.
And as Americans react to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas' vacations with key donors, we ask our panel about the politicization of the court.
Monday on Political Rewind: A Texas federal court judge has ruled the FDA improperly vetted mifepristone 20 years ago. Plus, the expulsion of two young Black Democrats from the Tennessee Legislature has caused an uproar. Meanwhile, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas didn't disclose luxury vacations hosted by a key donor.
The Georgia Senate passed a controversial bill to create a monument to Georgia native and U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas on Day 18. Thomas was born in Savannah.
The Supreme Court has lifted a temporary hold on Sen. Lindsey Graham's testimony in a Georgia investigation of possible illegal interference in the 2020 election by then-President Donald Trump and his allies in the state. The high court on Tuesday left no legal impediments in the way of Graham's appearance before a special grand jury, now scheduled for Nov. 17.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Fulton County Judge Robert McBurney won't rule on today's arguments against Georgia's abortion law until after the election. Meanwhile, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas put a temporary hold on Lindsey Graham's testimony in the grand jury investigating the 2020 election.
Following the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, the George Washington University law school received calls to drop Thomas and cancel the seminar he taught.
Friday at 2 p.m. on Political Rewind: The team hosted a live panel in reaction to the breaking news of The Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade.
Ginni Thomas said she would "look forward" to talking to the committee after reports surfaced that she communicated with a lawyer who pressured Mike Pence to reject the election results.
Monday on Political Rewind: Former president Donald Trump held a rally in Commerce, Ga., over the weekend with candidates he is endorsing in GOP primaries. In the state Capitol, the Senate approves a budget with teachers raises. What bills are in the making as the last week of the session approaches? Managing editor of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Kevin Riley hosts today's show.
The text messages Virginia Thomas sent Trump's chief of staff pushing false claims about the 2020 election are the latest in her often public work to support conservative Republicans.
"By doing this, you continue to chip away at the respect of the institutions that the next generation is going to need if they're going to have civil society," Thomas says at Utah event.