Sonia Sotomayor holds court at Yankee Stadium
The Supreme Court Justice sat in a section called "The Judge's Chambers."
The supreme quite just ruled that gun ownership rights can be deemed not yet. Two people who commit acts of domestic violence. But law was intended to denied guns to people convicted of violent acts against family members. I was six until ruling was strongly oppose my judge Clarence Thomas who said
It is political director Rick Klein joins us from his off it I and it's going on Oreo and and intervene with that there's a lot to talk about. Like it's them headline is from last night first okay. The truck rally last night there were a lot of disturbing pictures a lot of disturbing video that
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Attorney General Loretta Lynch is formally sworn in by Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor at an investiture ceremony at the Warner Theater in Washington, D.C.
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ABC News' Terry Moran breaks down the big cases of the term and joins Carrie Severino and Dahlia Lithwick to discuss the legacy of this Supreme Court.
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ABC News' George Stephanopoulos goes one-on-one with Supreme Court Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor.
Back in 1965. Pope Paul the sixth came to the United States you you got chills reading a newspaper account that the Pope was coming. To America because you loved him so much it made me wonder what you think of this Pope Pope Francis. He's really bringing a breath of fresh that your action different