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Justice Clarence Thomas is marking his two decades on the Supreme Court in his characteristic low-key manner. His former law clerks are organizing a reunion, a chance for him to get back in touch with his "kids," as he calls many of the young lawyers who served the prestigious one-year job under him.

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'Clarence Thomas became a-sexual'updated: Tue Oct 26 2010 06:07:00

Lillian McEwen says she and Clarence Thomas were close but his ambition and decision to not drink led to their breakup.

Why ask for Anita Hill's apology now?updated: Fri Oct 22 2010 09:54:00

Senator Orrin Hatch and CNN's political panel discuss why Ginni Thomas asked Anita Hill for an apology with John King.

What Anita Hill did for Americaupdated: Fri Oct 22 2010 09:54:00

This week Virginia Thomas, the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, called Anita Hill and left a message on her answering machine inviting her to apologize for testifying during Clarence Thomas' confirmation hearings. Anita Hill: 'No Intention of Apologizing' to Clarence Thomasupdated: Wed Oct 20 2010 16:08:00

The Supreme Court justice's wife leaves a message for her husband's one-time accuser

Anita Hill: No apology coming for Thomas testimonyupdated: Wed Oct 20 2010 12:25:00

Anita Hill, whose accusations of sexual harassment almost derailed Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas' high court nomination, has no plans to apologize for the charges she made nearly two decades ago.

Clarence Thomas' wife wants apologyupdated: Wed Oct 20 2010 12:25:00

The wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has asked Anita Hill for an apology for her harrassment claim in 1991.

Wife of Clarence Thomas asks Anita Hill to consider an apologyupdated: Wed Oct 20 2010 01:36:00

The wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas said Tuesday that she reached out to Anita Hill, whose accusations of sexual harassment almost derailed Thomas' high court nomination 19 years ago.

Anita Hill's thoughts on former classmate Sotomayorupdated: Mon Jun 08 2009 09:20:00

Anita Hill will always be linked to the Senate confirmation hearings for the Supreme Court.

Anita Hill respondsupdated: Tue Oct 02 2007 10:53:00

Anita Hill responds to recent criticism from Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. Hill Backs Allegation Against Thomasupdated: Tue Oct 02 2007 10:05:00

Anita Hill, whose sexual harassment allegations against Clarence Thomas nearly derailed his Supreme Court nomination, said she stands by her account of his behavior

Then & Now: Anita Hillupdated: Mon Jan 03 2005 14:13:00

Anita Hill lives a quiet existence in Massachusetts, teaching her law students and using free time for drawing and painting, but 13 years ago she was at the center of a political firestorm.

Fortune: NOW HEAR THIS updated: Mon Nov 02 1992 00:01:00

-- ANITA HILL, 36, the University of Oklahoma law professor who accused Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment before he was confirmed to the Supreme Court, on how the hearings may have encouraged mo...

Fortune: The blue-collar economist, poker for ex-Presidents, bias in dinner invitations, and other matters. TALKING BACK TO THE MOVEMENTupdated: Mon Oct 05 1992 00:01:00

We bring assorted grievances to this item, beginning with an entry some might deem trivial: the new story line in the Blondie comic strip. Dean Young, the strip's author, denies that his latest plo...

Fortune: WOMEN CANDIDATES IN RECORD NUMBERSupdated: Mon Jun 01 1992 00:01:00

Women -- long crowding the pipeline of the political system -- are bursting onto the national scene. Record numbers of them have decided it is time to head for Capitol Hill or take a shot at a gove...

Fortune: A cop-out in Hollywood, the pillowcase debate, staying in bed in Sweden, and other matters. ON GETTING ITupdated: Mon Nov 18 1991 00:01:00

As is well known, the National Organization for Women (N.O.W.), the Women's Legal Defense Fund (W.L.D.F.), the Fund for the Feminist Majority (F.F.M.), and their ever eager collaborators in the med...

Fortune: NOW HEAR THIS updated: Mon Nov 18 1991 00:01:00

KENNETH OLSEN, 65, president of Digital Equipment, translating the microscopic inscription that company engineers inscribed on chips in Digital computers used in the Soviet Union, where manufacture...

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