The ruling sides with Democrats, who said a policy of tossing out valid ballots with signature issues was unconstitutional.
A federal judge heard arguments Wednesday on CNN's challenge to the revocation of reporter Jim Acosta's White House hard pass. The judge said he will rule Thursday.
Donald Trump Has Changed His Mind On Criminal Justice, But It Might Not Be Enough For Republicans In Congress
Trump is endorsing a plan to soften some criminal sentences, something pushed by Jared Kushner and opposed by former attorney general Jeff Sessions.
Sen. Jeff Flake vowed not to vote for any more of President Trump's judicial nominees until the Senate votes to protect Mueller, putting pressure on McConnell to change his mind.
McCarthy defeated Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan, a conservative, and will take over in January. He’ll be joined by Whip Steve Scalise and Liz Cheney, who will take over as conference chair.
A new opinion from the department’s Office of Legal Counsel pushes back against questions raised over the past week about whether acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker’s appointment is constitutional.
Troops deployed by the Trump administration spent Tuesday putting up wires and fencing at one of the busiest crossing points on the border.
Neomi Rao, a former law professor and clerk for Justice Clarence Thomas, leads the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs.
The Maryland attorney general's office filed court papers on Tuesday arguing Matthew Whitaker's appointment as acting attorney general violates the US Constitution and federal law.
Democrat Kyrsten Sinema, The First Openly Bisexual Person Elected To Congress, Has Won Arizona's Senate Race
The race had become one of the most widely watched contests of the 2018 midterm elections.
Corsi, formerly of the Infowars conspiracy site, announced the expected indictment on a livestream Monday.
Trump Is Tweeting Bogus Claims Of Voter Fraud. Here’s How His False Claims Echo Online Conspiracies.
"It's more likely that people are stricken by lightning than if they impersonate someone at the polls."
Migrant children who cross the border illegally will also be denied the right to file for asylum. Trump officials had at first said the new policy wouldn’t affect them.
“The Dominican Republic in a way foretold what was to happen in other countries. Even the United States.”
“No man should be a judge in his own cause,” said voter rights groups in a lawsuit alleging Scott illegally abused his power as governor.
Let's all join together in a Maine hot dog stand and chant together, once, forever, for always, "Yeah!!!"
A Judge In Florida Just Ruled Against Gov. Rick Scott’s Request To Impound Ballots In A Big, Democratic County
Judge Jack Tuter rejected Gov. Rick Scott’s request to impound ballots, but supported a plan by both sides to enhance security at an elections office in Broward County for “an additional layer of confidence.”
Matthew Whitaker's appointment as acting attorney general is being questioned as possibly illegal. His qualifications aren't winning praise either.
On "Mayor Andrew Gillum Sunday," the candidate for governor and his family — and a dozen or so campaign staffers — paused to worship at Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church.
The Senate candidate wants an immediate hearing to put voting equipment in two counties under the watch of law enforcement during a recount.
California Rep. Dana Rohrabacher lost to Democratic challenger Harley Rouda Saturday night.
Both the closely watched Senate and governor’s races will be recounted, while Trump, without evidence, continued to accuse Democrats of trying to “steal” the elections.
More families were caught trying to enter the United States along the southern border in October than in any month since US officials began keeping the statistic in 2012.
The waiting list to ask for asylum at the border crossing between Tijuana and San Diego is 1,000 people long. A Venezuelan who’d like to ask for asylum himself is in charge.
The ACLU is asking a federal judge to block new rules that are intended to bar people from requesting asylum at any place other than a port of entry.
Republicans say local officials have committed “fraud,” while Democrats say the state is planning to undercount young voters and racial minorities.
The proclamation, which will make individuals crossing the US–Mexico border without authorization ineligible to apply for asylum, will be in effect for at least 90 days.
Foreign diplomats had been waiting to see what change the midterms would bring. Now they’re not expecting to see much change at all.
Insisting on the limits of Mueller's power is at the heart of his defense against the latest legal challenge to his appointment as special counsel, this time from Andrew Miller, a former Roger Stone associate subpoenaed by the grand jury.
“Certainly as a new member you’re thinking, ‘God, am I going to be out there by myself on this?’”