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SCOTUS ethics crisis, Mayor Adams on crime, outbursts everywhere

podcast May 5, 2023

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The Washington Post reports that Justice Clarence Thomas’ wife was paid roughly $100,000 by a conservative activist who made sure that Ginni Thomas’ name was not on any of the billing statements. The panel discusses the ethics crisis the Supreme Court is facing, and new reporting on gifts and perks Clarence Thomas took from a billionaire Republican donor. Plus, New York City mayor Eric Adams talks about crime and drugs, and the danger to children in his own city.

Also tonight: amid headlines of fist fights and hair-trigger shootings, why are Americans lashing out at one another? Plus, an North Carolina bill bans most abortions after 12weeks, Ed Sheeran wins his ‘Thinking Out Loud’ copyright trial, the White House meets with tech leaders on artificial intelligence, and an Alabama head baseball coach is fired amid a gambling investigation.

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