A Federal Judge Has Dismissed Stormy Daniels' Defamation Lawsuit Against Donald Trump
Daniels also must pay Trump's "reasonable attorney's fees," should he ask that she do so, the court ruled.
Washington State's Death Penalty Is Unconstitutional, The State's Supreme Court Rules
Those inmates on death row now will have their sentences converted to life imprisonment, the state's justices ruled.
In An Immigration Case, Supreme Court Justices Raise Questions About The Government’s Authority
“Is there any limit on the government’s power?” Justice Neil Gorsuch asked.
Chief Justice John Roberts Now Gets To Decide What To Do With His Supreme Court
Roberts, already playing a pivotal role as the chief justice, is now likely to be the center vote on the court as well.
Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court Confirmation Vote Was One Of The Closest In US History
Only one Supreme Court nominee was confirmed on a closer vote. That vote was in 1881.
Eight Justices Mean Compromise Is Key At The Supreme Court — For Now
The world inside the Supreme Court building looks nothing this week like the world outside of it.
Now That Trump Has Agreed To Expand The Kavanaugh Probe, Democrats Have Some Suggestions
The list includes everyone at a July 1, 1982, gathering Brett Kavanaugh had noted on his calendar, as well as classmates from Yale.
Here Are The Big Questions Now Around Brett Kavanaugh’s Nomination And What Happens Next
Senate Republicans met after a long hearing with Kavanaugh and the woman who accused him of sexual assault to see if they have the votes to confirm him.
Trump Says His “Preference Would Be To Keep” Rod Rosenstein At The Justice Department
Trump was asked if he plans to fire the number two at DOJ. He said he’d prefer not to — but didn’t rule it out, saying, “[W]e’ll see.”
The White House Said Trump "Directed" The Declassification Of Key Russia Documents. He Acknowledged Today That He Didn't.
Instead of the "immediate declassification" of the documents referenced in a Monday statement from the White House, Trump tweeted on Friday that an "expedited" review was being sought.
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.
Trump Has Ordered The Declassification Of Documents Related To The Russia Investigation
The documents include pages from the FBI application for a warrant to monitor Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.
Here’s How That Letter From 65 Women Supporting Brett Kavanaugh Came Together So Quickly
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.
A Former Roger Stone Associate Has Asked The Court To Toss Out A Contempt Order In A Challenge To Mueller
If he loses on appeal, Andrew Miller could be sent to jail until he testifies before the grand jury hearing matters related to special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.
The Kavanaugh Confirmation Hearing Was A Perfect Encapsulation Of 2018
We didn’t learn much about Judge Brett Kavanaugh last week, but we did see Republicans unified to get him on the Supreme Court before the midterm elections — and Democrats fighting on many fronts.
Giuliani Says Trump May Agree To Be Questioned On Collusion, But Not Yet On Obstruction
Trump's lawyer suggested he's seeking a new legal path in negotiations with special counsel Robert Mueller.
Kamala Harris And Brett Kavanaugh Had A Very Weird Exchange At His Confirmation Hearing About The Mueller Investigation
The California Democrat questioned if Kavanaugh had ever discussed Robert Mueller or the investigation with anyone who worked at the law firm founded by Trump’s lawyer.
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.
The Justice Department Was Behind The Decision To Keep 100,000 Pages Of Kavanaugh’s Record Secret
Both career lawyers and political appointees reviewed records from some of the Supreme Court nominee's time working in the White House, a source said.