A Former Senate Intelligence Staffer Has Pleaded Guilty To Lying To The FBI About His Contact With Reporters
James Wolfe had previously vowed to fight the charges.
Using Project Veritas As A Source Is Still Causing Headaches For Federal Prosecutors In Washington
Prosecutors argue they didn’t intentionally mislead a judge and defense lawyers in withholding dozens of videos secretly recorded by Project Veritas during Inauguration Day protest-planning meetings.
Trump’s Latest Group Of Judicial Nominees Is A Jab At Dianne Feinstein And Kamala Harris
The White House rebuffed recommendations from the California Democrats for nominees for the 9th Circuit.
The Ethics Complaints Against Justice Brett Kavanaugh Haven't Gone Away
Ethics experts speculated any complaints would be dismissed after Kavanaugh was confirmed to the US Supreme Court, but for now they're just being transferred to another judicial circuit.
A Man Charged In Connection With Mueller’s Russian Troll Farm Case Was Sentenced To Six Months In Prison
Richard Pinedo pleaded guilty to one count of identity fraud. Prosecutors say there was no evidence he knew he was aiding Russians trying to influence the 2016 election, however.
Trump Didn’t Just Get A New Supreme Court Justice — He’ll Get Another DC Circuit Judge, Too
Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation opens up a new seat on the powerful federal appeals court in Washington, which has long been a springboard to the US Supreme Court.
Merrick Garland Has Recused Himself From The Ethics Complaints Against Brett Kavanaugh
Multiple ethics complaints have been filed against Kavanaugh, including about his heated Senate testimony last week.
Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens Said He Isn't Supporting Kavanaugh Anymore
Stevens, 98, said Brett Kavanaugh’s “performance in the hearings” changed his mind, and he urged senators to pay attention to that criticism “for the good of the court.”
The US Has Charged Russian Intelligence Officers With Trying To Hack Serena Williams And Other Olympians
The intelligence officers are accused of trying to hack anti-doping agencies and individuals who investigated or criticized Russia's state-sponsored doping program.
Brett Kavanaugh’s Comments In That Hearing Raise Ethics Questions That Will Likely Follow Him Whether Or Not He's Confirmed
The Supreme Court nominee’s attacks on Democrats and liberal groups present potential recusal issues, and Kavanaugh is facing at least two ethics complaints in his home court.
A Judge Ruled Congressional Democrats Can Sue Trump Over His Business Interests
More than 200 Democrats in Congress accused Trump of violating the Foreign Emoluments Clause of the US Constitution.
A Judge Ruled That The Affirmative Action Case Against Harvard Should Go To Trial
The judge found that key facts were in dispute and experts had "reached plausible but conflicting conclusions."
Rod Rosenstein Still Has His Job After Trump Postponed Their Meeting
Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Trump and Rosenstein pushed back the meeting because they didn’t want to “interfere” with the Senate hearing on Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination.
Two Men Told Senate Staffers They Had “The Encounter” With Christine Blasey Ford, Not Brett Kavanaugh
The Senate Judiciary Committee did not name the two men who told staff they believed they were involved in the incident alleged by Ford.
The Trump Administration Is Still Trying To Stop Pregnant Undocumented Teens From Getting Abortions
The Justice Department argued before a federal appeals court Wednesday that a judge was forcing the government to act “inconsistent with their profound respect for life.”
The Woman Who Accused Brett Kavanaugh Of Assault Still Wants To Testify, Her Lawyers Say
Lawyers for Christine Blasey Ford told Senate Judiciary Committee staff that it's "not possible" for Ford to testify Monday, but wanted to set up a call to talk about possible "conditions" for Ford's testimony at a later date.
Jeff Sessions' Latest Immigration Opinion Is Another Blow To The Independence Of Immigration Judges, The Judges Union Said
In the opinion, Sessions wrote that immigration judges don't have "free-floating power" to end deportation cases.
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.
The Woman Who Accused Brett Kavanaugh Of Sexual Assault Says She's Willing To Testify Before Congress
"She's taken a polygraph, she's a credible person, these are serious allegations and they should be addressed," the lawyer for Christine Blasey Ford said Monday.