Clarence Thomas

A recap of the moments that had us doing everything from shaking our heads to crying with laughter.

The Supreme Court sided with a Black man on death row who said the prosecutor sought an all-White jury. Justice Clarence Thomas was the sole dissenter.

Lamar and his label Top Dawg Music are being sued for using a Bill Withers sample in his song “I Do This,” featured on his 2013 mixtape.

Last week, HBO hosted the New York premiere of their highly anticipated film 'Confirmation,' starring Kerry Washington, Wendell Pierce, and Greg Kinnear.

Hill sat down to discuss the sexual harassment allegations with Melissa Harris-Perry for Essence, how she felt about Washington's portrayal of her, and why Thomas' "high-tech lynching" metaphor is still as painstaking as the three-day hearing in 1991.

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas asked questions during oral arguments for the first time in 10 years. Will he become the voice of conservative values in the absence of Justice Antonin Scalia?

"I think his passion, his enthusiasm for the game, I think it’s great. I think it’s good for football," Manning said of Newton.

George Takei, the Japanese-American actor best known for his role as Hikaru Sulu on Star Trek, has apologized for referring to Supreme Court Justice Clarence…

So, he’s managed to piss us off again. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas—who recently voted against the Affordable Care Act, and against protection from housing discrimination…

It’s not often we smile and nod our head in approval at Justice Clarence Thomas (he’s had his share of moments that make us cringe),…

“This was a good day for America. Let’s get back to work.” – @POTUS on the #ACA pic.twitter.com/aaa8WHxZFj — Valerie Jarrett (@vj44) June 25, 2015…

#HBO releases a photo of @kerrywashington (right) as #AnitaHill in the upcoming film #Confirmation. pic.twitter.com/mHLqbxeoJS — AP Entertainment (@APEntertainment) June 17, 2015 In what’s sure…