“Defendants were incorrect,” says a decision from US District Court Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly.
The president’s anti-transgender policy has been on hold amid several court challenges, which will continue.
“That is their right, and it should not be a crime,” Rep. Tulsi Gabbard told BuzzFeed News.
“It’s necessary for anyone who wants to lead our country,” the Hawaii Democrat and 2020 hopeful told BuzzFeed News.
Bill Barr, Who Told Senators He’d Protect Mueller’s Investigation, Has Been Confirmed As Attorney General
The new attorney general would run a very similar Justice Department to his predecessor. He's also said he doesn’t believe special counsel Robert Mueller would engage in a “witch hunt."
In the first case of its kind, a lawsuit filed by the Justice Department could preview attempts to block similar facilities around the United States.
Romany Erian Melek Hetta is a Coptic Christian who fled Egypt because he was persecuted for his faith. Now he's suing the Museum of the Bible, alleging racial profiling and false imprisonment.
Bill Barr told senators he’d take the same stance of the Obama administration — not that of former attorney general Jeff Sessions.
The Census Bureau committed a “veritable smorgasbord of classic, clear-cut ... violations," the judge wrote.
Fox News host Jeanine Pirro assuaged the president, telling him, “Viewers ... are behind you 100%.”
Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee announced plans to pardon 3,500 marijuana convictions Friday after he filed a “test the waters” organization to challenge Trump in 2020.
A Court Just Ruled Trump's Transgender Military Ban Should Take Effect, But It Won’t Change Anything Yet
The US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit contends it's not a ban because transgender people can serve as their birth sex — that is, they can pretend they're not transgender.
"We will be ready to defend no matter who files [a lawsuit],” a Justice Department official said Tuesday.
“We expect most owners will comply with the law,” a Justice Department official said on Tuesday.
“I get to count ballots that will be ignored,” Palm Beach County’s election supervisor said with a sigh.
“There has been a history of actions that could be, at the least, perceived as favoring a white Protestant audience,” the museum’s curation director said.
"The state’s regulatory interest is sufficient to justify the deadline.”
Scott recused himself from the state canvassing board on Thursday.