Trump Has Commuted The Prison Sentence Of His “Loyal” Ally Roger Stone
Stone was convicted of lying to Congress about his communications with WikiLeaks leading up to the 2016 election.
LGBTQ Americans Just Won A Massive Civil Rights Victory At The Supreme Court
A majority of justices ruled that an employer violates federal law when they fire someone for being LGBTQ.
Trump Is Taking Away Transgender Healthcare Protections Created Under Obamacare
Several Republican-led states successfully sued to block the protections from taking effect in 2016. On Friday, the administration formally nullified them.
Democrats Are Pleading With The Trump Administration To Update Voting Safety Guidelines During The Coronavirus Pandemic
27 Democrats, led by Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Patty Murray, told the CDC that guidance issued in March is not enough.
Republicans May Undermine Mail-In Voting Just By Running Down The Clock
The coronavirus pandemic could lead to a surge of absentee ballot requests. But time is running out for elections officials to act.
A Federal Judge Appointed By Trump Ruled To Let Church Gatherings Resume In Kansas
Two Baptist churches had sued the state on Thursday.
Trump Ally Roger Stone Lost His Latest Attempt At Getting A New Trial
The judge rejected Stone's argument that he should get a do-over because a juror was biased. He's facing a 40-month prison sentence.
A Student Is Suing Liberty University For Its Handling Of The Coronavirus
Liberty University’s decision to keep its campus open during the coronavirus pandemic is “extremely dangerous and irresponsible,” the complaint says.
Christians Were Fined $500 For Attending A Drive-In Church — The Trump Administration Is Supporting Them In Court
Federal lawyers filed a statement of interest in federal court on Tuesday to support the parishioners.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court Ruled In-Person Voting Must Proceed Tuesday Despite The Coronavirus Pandemic
Democrats had tried to postpone the primary election, citing low voter turnout and the potential to spread the virus.
The Supreme Court Is Delaying Arguments Again — Why Don’t They Just Do A Videoconference Like The Rest Of Us?
One group is launching an ad campaign urging the justices to hold arguments over releasing President Donald Trump’s financial records via teleconference.
The FDA Is Easing Its Ban On Blood Donations From Gay And Bisexual Men Because Of The Coronavirus Pandemic
“The COVID-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented challenges to the US blood supply,” the FDA said Thursday.
People Are Bailing Out Inmates From New York City's Biggest Jail, Where The Coronavirus Outbreak Is Skyrocketing
“It’s manifestly unfair to expose people to potentially fatal illness,” said a lawyer working on the crowdfunding effort.
This Southern County Is Blocking All Visitors — Even Part-Time Residents — During The Coronavirus Pandemic
Visitors often outnumber residents in Dare County, North Carolina. With only one hospital, the county is setting up roadblocks to keep visitors out.
5 Ways To Protect Our Election During The Coronavirus Pandemic, According To A New Bipartisan Election Emergency Task Force
“Prepare for the worst.”
Trump Can Say What He Wants, He Can’t Legally Delay The Election On His Own
"He might well try, even though the answer is, 'No, he cannot.'"
Michael Bloomberg’s Top Mayoral Staff Used A Private Email Server And He Still Won’t Release Their Emails
“There is a responsibility to the public to turn over these records,” the current New York City mayor’s office says.
The Supreme Court Will Leave The Gun Bump Stocks Ban In Place
The Justice Department banned bump stocks after they were used in the 2017 killing of 58 people in Las Vegas.
A Powerful Court Sided With Trump And Said His Former Lawyer Can Ignore A Congressional Subpoena
House Democrats had demanded that former White House general counsel Don McGahn testify about the Russia probe and thought he could help their impeachment case.
The Supreme Court Will Consider Whether Adoption Agencies That Get Tax Money Can Turn Away Same-Sex Couples
A Catholic child welfare organization in Philadelphia wants to turn away same-sex parents while relying on public funding.