Barr also said he would not fire Mueller without cause — even if Trump asked him to do so — in a long day of testimony on Capitol Hill.

Zoe Tillman • 3 days ago

Bill Barr is expected to tell the Senate Judiciary Committee that "on my watch, Bob [Mueller] will be allowed to complete his work."

Chris Geidner • 4 days ago

Fines of $50,000 a day are to be imposed on the company, which is owned by a foreign country, until it complies with a subpoena seeking...we don’t know what.

Chris Geidner • 10 days ago

Natalia Veselnitskaya was indicted by a grand jury in December, but the charges were only unsealed on Tuesday.

Chris Geidner • 10 days ago

The 85-year-old justice had never previously missed a day of arguments.

Chris Geidner • 11 days ago

Even if “partisan gerrymandering” can be addressed by courts, the Supreme Court would also need to decide how courts determine how much partisanship is too much — something the justices have been unwilling to address in the past.

Chris Geidner • 14 days ago

The president tested the limits of the system in many ways.

Chris Geidner • 19 days ago

Trump's efforts to ban transgender military service have been blocked by lower courts. Challengers asked the Supreme Court on Friday to keep it that way.

Chris Geidner • 21 days ago

Chief Justice John Roberts put the matter on hold while the justices consider a request to halt enforcement of a document request linked to the special counsel's office.

Chris Geidner • 26 days ago

In a 5–4 ruling, Chief Justice John Roberts joined his more liberal colleagues in denying the Justice Department's stay request.

Adolfo Flores • 28 days ago

"Post-surgery, there was no evidence of any remaining disease," according to a statement from the court.

Chris Geidner • 28 days ago

Senate leaders were informed of the decision on Thursday in a letter obtained by BuzzFeed News.

Chris Geidner • 29 days ago

The June change made it more difficult for those facing domestic or gang-related violence at home to advance asylum claims in the US.

Chris Geidner • One month ago

"[T]he government is simply wrong."

Chris Geidner • One month ago

The indictment provides the most detailed account to date of Turkish efforts to persuade the US to extradite Fethullah Gulen, a longtime rival of Turkey’s president.

Chris Geidner • One month ago

The Justice Department heads back to the justices.

Chris Geidner • One month ago

Whitaker's installation at the Justice Department has been painted as another Trump effort to influence investigations against him and his campaign. But it would not have been possible without changes in law pushed by Democrats.

Chris Geidner • One month ago

The sentencing memo that special counsel Robert Mueller filed in Michael Cohen’s case said a lot about his ongoing Russia investigation.

Chris Geidner • One month ago

Cohen, President Donald Trump’s former longtime lawyer, has pleaded guilty to multiple federal charges and is seeking to avoid prison.

Chris Geidner • One month ago

Federal law requires the vacancy and any acting appointment to be reported "immediately" to the Government Accountability Office. A month after the shakeup at the Department of Justice, the GAO hasn't been informed.

Chris Geidner • One month ago