As lawmakers and media outlets continue to scrutinize the ethical conduct of U.S. Supreme Court justices, the judiciary released a new batch of financial disclosures Wednesday revealing sources of income, gifts and investments from seven members of the court.

Justices Samuel Alito Jr. and Clarence Thomas have asked for extensions to file the disclosure forms. Thomas has come under intense criticism for not previously disclosing years of luxury travel and other benefits from billionaire GOP donor Harlan Crow, including trips on yachts, private jets, a real estate transaction and private school tuition for a family member.