Experts told Newsweek it's becoming increasingly likely that the court will overturn the landmark 1984 Chevron decision this term.
A new report about Thomas reveals that a secret friendship may have violated federal laws and could impact a significant case before the Supreme Court.
Justices on the U.S. Supreme Court have been involved in a series of ethics controversies recently, and the court's approval rating remains at an all-time low.
Thomas' latest financial disclosure form reveals the justice took three trips paid by conservative billionaire Harlan Crow last year.
Thomas admitted to "inadvertently" failing to disclose the real estate deal between him and GOP mega-donor Harlan Crow. The justice did not report any gifts.
More than 100 of Thomas' ex-clerks penned a letter praising his "unimpeachable" integrity as he faces new ethics concerns.
A Supreme Court expert told Newsweek that this is not the first scandal that the conservative justice has faced in his career.
House Democrats want the Department of Justice to launch an internal inquiry into the gifts Thomas accepted from wealthy benefactors in the past two decades.
Democratic House members sent a letter on Friday asking the Justice Department to launch an investigation into Thomas' conduct.
Democratic Rep. Ted Lieu has said Thomas should resign immediately, following new reporting on gifts the associate justice has received.
Democrats in the U.S. Senate and the mainstream media have sought to tar Justice Clarence Thomas with groundless accusations of bribery.
Thomas' signature Prevost Marathon RV, which cost him over $267,000 in 1999, was partially paid for by a wealthy friend.
A coalition of 90 progressive organizations urged Congress to take action to address allegations of "corruption" that marred the Court's most recent term.
A petition calling for a Senate investigation into the justice has gained traction after a series of controversial rulings.
The Supreme Court has signaled it's not bound by precedent, warned New York University professor Melissa Murray on Sunday.
The Democratic lawmaker suggested on Sunday that ethics guidelines should be passed to avoid "overreach" by the U.S. Supreme Court justices.
Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas' vote to overturn affirmative action has been called out by SCOTUS critics.
Ultimately, America can either have "equity," as modern wokesters use the term, or it can have equality—real moral and legal equality under the rule of law.
The Supreme Court decision handed down Thursday involving two universities has drawn both strong praise and criticism.
"The worst thing about affirmative action is that it created a Clarence Thomas who benefited from the program," NAACP President Derrick Johnson said.
Thomas, who dissented from his colleagues in two opinions released Tuesday, has become one of the Court's most powerful justices in recent years.
"Ron's latest flip-flop has left many wondering if he tripped in his high-heel boots and hit his head," the Trump campaign responded.
Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Brett Kavanaugh sided with the Court's liberal members in the Alabama voting rights case.
Thomas represents an ideal he hoped to emulate in efforts to shift the nation's highest court even further right, the Florida governor said.
The Supreme Court has been at the helm of an ethics battle after justices failed to disclose personal decisions that some say could impact their decision.
Senior U.S. District Judge Mark L. Wolf is scheduled to appear before a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on May 17.
Democratic lawmakers seek additional justices for the nation's high court. Allegations against Thomas is one example they cited for supporting the move.
Thomas was one of two justices who dissented in a Supreme Court ruling on an Alabama death row inmate's request regarding lethal injection on Monday.