Ginni Thomas, the wife of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, has agreed to speak with the House Jan. 6 committee.

Kimberly Elise sparked outrage after sharing a post her on Instagram account supporting the Supreme Court's decision on abortion.

With immediacy, states are rushing to implement abortion bans with three states gaining instant bans due to existing laws.

Sen. Tim Scott, the Senate's lone Black Republican Party member, elected not to vote to confirm Justice Brown Jackson, prompting Scott's name to trend on Twitter.


The Supreme Court refused to reverse the disgraced comedian Bill Cosby's overturned sexual assault conviction.

The Fox News host took aim at President Joe Biden by shamelessly asking why didn't he share the LSAT score of U.S. Supreme Court justice nominee Judge Kentanji Brown Jackson.

With the expectation that a Black woman would be Justice Breyer's replacement, reports emerged Friday (Feb. 25) that President Joe Biden is set to name Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson as the nominee for Breyer's seat on the bench.

Owens, a popular conservative pundit, couldn't serve on the bench of the nation's highest court because she doesn't have a law degree.

Thomas recently gave a talk at a major university in Indiana, expressing that the nation's highest court does not play partisan political games but some on Twitter disagree with the assertion.

Proponents challenging the sentencing guidelines argue that the law largely affected Black populations versus their white counterparts.

While Americans are still suffering due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the GOP successfully filled the late Ruth Bader Ginsberg's Supreme Court seat.