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Ketanji Brown Jackson swearing in on tap

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson will be sworn in as a Supreme Court associate justice at noon -- just when Justice Stephen Breyer's retirement becomes official. Emmett Till’s family is demanding an arrest - after an unserved warrant was found 66 years later, charging Carolyn Bryant Donham in his 1955 kidnapping. And pack patience for any July 4 travel. Besides flights being canceled all week -- AAA says road travel is expected to hit an all-time high.


Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson's link to history

With Ketanji Brown Jackson confirmed as the first African American woman to sit on the Supreme Court, "CBS Mornings" national correspondent Jericka Duncan discusses Jackson's influence with James Meredith, who won a 1962 Supreme Court case to become the first African American student at the University of Mississippi, and Madison Morgan, a 12-year-old Washington resident who asked President Biden to appoint her as the first African American woman on the Supreme Court.

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