Lawyers for Christine Blasey Ford told Senate Judiciary Committee staff that it's "not possible" for Ford to testify Monday, but wanted to set up a call to talk about possible "conditions" for Ford's testimony at a later date.
Jeff Sessions' Latest Immigration Opinion Is Another Blow To The Independence Of Immigration Judges, The Judges Union Said
In the opinion, Sessions wrote that immigration judges don't have "free-floating power" to end deportation cases.
Republicans Say The Woman Who Accused Kavanaugh Of Assault Hasn't Responded To An Invitation To Testify
The Senate Judiciary Committee has scheduled a hearing to interview Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford on Monday.
The Woman Who Accused Brett Kavanaugh Of Sexual Assault Says She's Willing To Testify Before Congress
"She's taken a polygraph, she's a credible person, these are serious allegations and they should be addressed," the lawyer for Christine Blasey Ford said Monday.
Democrats have complained about the lack of access to documents from Kavanaugh's tenure in the White House under former president George W. Bush.
A woman who has known Kavanaugh since high school told BuzzFeed News she helped organize the letter Thursday and sent it to friends in the area, following reports of a secret allegation against the nominee.
Manafort's second trial was scheduled to start Sept. 17. Last month, a federal jury in Virginia found him guilty of eight criminal counts and hung on the rest of the charges.
A second Supreme Court seat is only part of White House counsel Don McGahn and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s push to transform the federal courts.
Trump Didn't Incite A Riot When He Said "Get 'Em Out Of Here" At A Rally And Protesters Were Hurt, A Court Ruled
The First Amendment protects Trump “because he did not specifically advocate imminent lawless action,” a panel of federal appeals judges concluded.
A judge ruled that there weren't any release conditions that would ensure Butina wouldn't try to flee the United States.
Papadopoulos pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI.
Cory Booker Released Confidential Kavanaugh Emails But Republicans Claim They Were Already Cleared To Become Public
Sen. John Cornyn accused Booker of acting to further his presidential ambitions. UPDATE: Sen. Chuck Grassley's office claimed Democrats knew emails were cleared for release before the hearing.
Conservative author Jerome Corsi has been subpoenaed, his lawyer confirmed Wednesday, although he said they're trying to arrange a private sit-down that could head off a grand jury appearance.
The First Day Of Brett Kavanaugh's Confirmation Hearing Was Chaotic As Democrats Continued To Press For A Delay
Protesters opposed to Trump's second US Supreme Court nominee were removed from the hearing room as Democrats criticized a last-minute production of documents.
A Longtime Lobbyist Was Charged With Failing To Report His Work For Ukraine — Just Like Paul Manafort
The lobbyist, Sam Patten, is now cooperating with prosecutors, including the special counsel's office, under the terms of his plea deal.
A Dispute Over A Former Trump Campaign Staffer's Nondisclosure Agreement Won't Be Decided In Open Court
Jessica Denson's other lawsuit, which alleges discrimination and harassment by other campaign officials, is moving forward.
The Justice Department Took Its First Official Swing Against Harvard In The Fight Over Race In Admissions
The department filed papers Thursday opposing Harvard's effort to get a lawsuit accusing the school of discriminating against Asian American applicants tossed out.
McGahn’s fall departure will mark the exit of one of the few remaining senior White House officials who have been with Trump from the beginning of his presidential bid.
A juror reported hearing another juror comment on the case while the trial was ongoing, which isn't allowed. The judge denied the mistrial request.
No phones, no reserved seats, no knitting needles.