Strzok's lawyer says the FBI's deputy director reversed the recommended 60-day suspension made by the bureau's Office of Professional Responsibility.
Trump’s Supreme Court Nominee Argued A President Likely Would Have To Testify Before A Grand Jury If Subpoenaed
“Why should the President be different from anyone else for purposes of responding to a grand jury subpoena,” Brett Kavanaugh wrote in 1995.
US District Judge Andrew Hanen will hear arguments on a motion to close the Obama-era program. Many fear he'll order it shut down.
"We must insist that any Supreme Court justice maintain due respect for the dignity and equality of LGBTQ people," the Human Rights Campaign concluded. "This is not a high bar, but Kavanaugh does not meet it."
New Documents From Kavanaugh’s Time In The Bush White House Show He Worked On Key Questions Of Presidential Power
Heavily redacted documents obtained by BuzzFeed News through a FOIA request provide insight into Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s time as a lawyer for George W. Bush.
A Judge Says The Trump Administration Must Reinstate DACA Because It Gave No "Rational" Reason For Ending It
"A conclusory assertion that a prior policy is illegal, accompanied by a hodgepodge of illogical or post hoc policy assertions, simply will not do."
Donald Trump's former campaign chair was sent to jail pending trial after the special counsel's office accused him of attempting to tamper with potential witnesses in his case.
"He had a right to say to Comey, 'Give Flynn a break,'" Giuliani says. Trump had previously said, "I never asked Comey to stop investigating Flynn." Update: Giuliani says his morning comments were not backing off from Trump's previous denials.
Michael Cohen Reportedly Claims Trump Knew In Advance About The Infamous Trump Tower Meeting With A Russian
"There's no way you're going to bring down a president with a proven liar," Rudy Giuliani said in response.
A cache of documents included in a filing Thursday largely includes emails and memos about campaign strategy and activities on behalf of former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych.
A judge Tuesday ordered the immediate release of Pablo Villavicencio Calderon while his case is pending.
President Donald Trump promoted his pick as having "impeccable credentials, unsurpassed qualifications, and a proven commitment to equal justice under the law."
The Court May Become More Conservative, But Justice Breyer Still Is Pressing For It To End The Death Penalty
While the nation focuses on whether the Supreme Court will take a conservative turn following Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement, Breyer is maintaining his effort to scale back or end the death penalty.
Kennedy's retirement is effective July 31, giving President Donald Trump a legacy-shaping opportunity to nominate his replacement — a decision that could affect the country for decades.
"[A] chaotic circumstance of the Government’s own making."
The Supreme Court Just Axed Part Of A California Law That Requires Crisis Pregnancy Centers To Post Abortion Information
The case brought arguments over free speech, yet again, to the abortion debate.
The 5–4 majority decision was written by Chief Justice John Roberts.
The Supreme Court Ruled That Only One Of Several Challenged Texas Districts Is An "Impermissible Racial Gerrymander"
The 5–4 decision prompted a strong rebuke from Justice Sonia Sotomayor.
The roughly 100 children have been reunited with “sponsors,” an administration official told BuzzFeed News.