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StoryGraph Biggest Story 2023-05-04 -- harlan crow (5), social reform (4), reform movements (4), press pool (4), pool congressional (4)

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Clarence Thomas Corruption Gets Even Worse As GOP Donor Paid Private School Tuition

Justice Clarence Thomas accepted private school tuition payments for his grandnephew from GOP donor Harlan Crow.

Billionaire Harlan Crow paid school tuition for Justice Thomas' grandnephew, report says

ProPublica reported Thursday the tuition payments may have exceeded $150,000.

Trump Has To Pay The NYT's Legal Fees After His Bogus Lawsuit Gets Tossed

The judge tossed Trump's lawsuit against The New York Times over stories about his tax returns and the former president was ordered to pay the legal fees of The Times and the sued reporters.

Jamie Raskin Connects The GOP's Biden Bribery Scheme To Russia And Giuliani

Rep. Jamie Raskin responded to the Republican claim that they will investigate Biden for taking part in a bribery scheme by tracing it back to Russia and Rudy Giuliani.

Rep. Jamie Raskin Is Considering Running For The US Senate

Rep. Jamie Raskin is going to spend the month of May considering a run for Maryland retiring Sen. Ben Cardin's seat.

Durbin: Reports about Clarence Thomas, GOP megadonor ‘getting worse by the day’

Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) said Thursday that the reports about Justice Clarence Thomas’s ties with GOP megadonor Harlan Crow are worsening each…

The real reason for the Supreme Court’s corruption crisis

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Clarence Thomas (still) needs to testify after (latest) undisclosed gift report

ProPublica’s latest report on the justice’s undisclosed gifts from GOP billionaire Harlan Crow could have been uncovered already by truthful testimony.

Sotomayor didn't recuse from Random House cases despite gaining $3M from publisher: Report

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor didn't recuse herself from several copyright cases related to Penguin Random House despite receiving more than $3 million for her books with the publisher, according to financial disclosures.

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