A Court Ruled, Again, That Trump's Accounting Firm Must Turn Over Financial Documents To House Democrats
The DC Circuit rejected President Donald Trump's argument that the House Oversight Committee didn't have authority to issue a subpoena to his accounting firm.
Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman are in custody, a spokesperson for the US attorney's office in Manhattan has confirmed.
The justices will decide if a federal law against “sex” discrimination in the workplace applies to employees fired for being LGBTQ.
A federal appeals court temporarily put the ruling on hold while Trump appeals, however.
The Former Special Envoy To Ukraine Told Congress That Trump’s Biden Conspiracy “Has No Credibility To Me"
Kurt Volker, the former special envoy to Ukraine, also told Congress "at no time" did he take part in an effort to investigate Joe Biden, according to remarks obtained by BuzzFeed News.
The Justice Department Has Argued Sex, Information, And Worthless Stock Were “Things Of Value.” But It Said Trump’s Request For Dirt Wasn’t.
Justice Department officials declined to open a criminal investigation into Trump’s request to the Ukrainian president because it didn’t have “quantifiable value.”
The Government Told A Judge It Won't Destroy Records About Trump's Calls With Foreign Leaders, For Now
The voluntary assurance came a day after a judge strongly encouraged the White House to do so, rather than risk a formal ruling from the court they "might not appreciate."
A Judge Wants Assurances The Administration Won't Destroy Records About Trump's Calls With Foreign Leaders. The Justice Department Is Hesitating.
A lawsuit filed in May accusing the White House of failing to create and preserve records of the Trump administration’s calls with foreign leaders suddenly got a lot more urgent.
The Trump Administration Will Have To Pay $6.6 Million So Far To Groups That Sued Over The Census Citizenship Question
The Justice Department reached $3.9 million in settlements with challengers in Maryland, new documents show. That's on top of the $2.7 million the administration already agreed to pay the ACLU.
The White House Says Congress Can't Force Trump's Senior Advisers To Testify. A Judge Is About To Test That.
Democrats will almost certainly want to hear from White House officials named in the newly released whistleblower complaint. A judge next month will consider the administration's claim that Trump's senior advisers are "absolutely" immune.
Trump's Own Lawyers Suggested Democrats Would Have A Stronger Case To Get His Records If They Were Pursuing Impeachment
Life comes at you fast.
“There’s a lot of talk about Biden’s son ... so whatever you can do with the Attorney General would be great.”
The FBI Arrested A US Army Soldier For Strategizing About How To Attack Beto O’Rourke And A “Major” News Network
The Kansas man is charged with sharing information about how to make explosive devices.
Trump filed a lawsuit on Thursday to block subpoenas issued by New York District Attorney Cyrus Vance for the president's tax returns.
The US Government Is Suing To Stop Edward Snowden From Making Money From His New Book And Public Speeches
The Justice Department filed a lawsuit accusing Snowden, a former contractor for the CIA and NSA, of breaching secrecy agreements he signed by not submitting his book and public remarks for prereview by the government.
Trump made the courts a major voting issue for Republicans in 2016. Liberal legal advocacy groups and court watchdogs are divided on how to make that happen for Democrats in 2020.
The 2nd Circuit found that hotel and restaurant owners could bring constitutional claims against Trump for refusing to divest from his companies.
Flynn’s lawyer told a judge Tuesday that they believed there was evidence the case should be dismissed because of “egregious” misconduct by the government.
The Trump Administration Isn’t Enforcing A New Policy To Speed Up Deportations And Couldn’t Tell A Judge When It Would
The administration had said it would start enforcing the new policy Sept. 1. On Friday, a DOJ lawyer told a judge nothing had happened yet and didn’t have any details about when it would.
Victims Of The Charleston Church Mass Shooting Can Sue Over Background Check Failures That Let The Shooter Buy A Gun, A Court Ruled
The federal government is not immune from claims over what the FBI admitted were lapses with the national background check system, a federal appeals court ruled.