Supreme Court’s Rulings on Trump Subpoenas — Ho Hum

A New York prosecutor may pursue the president’s financial information. Congress, though, must relitigate its case in lower courts.

McConnell Says ‘We’ll Have to Wait and See’ about Attending GOP Convention

The Senate majority leader made his comments when asked by the Cincinnati Enquirer whether he would attend the convention.

New York State AG’s New Plan Would Strip NYPD Control from Mayor de Blasio: Report

Letitia James has called to end the mayor’s ability to appoint the police commissioner and to oversee the hiring and

GOP Senators Preparing $1.3 Trillion Coronavirus Aid Package to Counter House Dems’ Proposal

The GOP proposal will likely include aid to schools, hospitals, and businesses, along with liability protections for companies.

Supreme Court Upholds Trump Exemptions to Obamacare Contraceptive Mandate . . . for Now

A victory for the Little Sisters of the Poor, but the case will drag on.

Organizers of Facebook Advertising Boycott Call Meeting with Zuckerberg a ‘Disappointment’

Activists behind a boycott of Facebook by major advertisers said a virtual meeting with CEO Mark Zuckerberg showed the platform

When ‘Boundary Policing’ Becomes Intimidation: How the Media Protect Their Turf

For peddlers of ideology, free inquiry is a business risk — hence the obsession with stamping out samizdat.

NY Health Dept. Asserts Cuomo Order ‘Could Not Be the Driver’ of Nursing Home Deaths in the State

The order has been criticized for possibly leading to additional deaths in nursing homes, which have appeared as a major

U.S. Social Media Companies Cease Hong Kong Data Requests, Citing National Security Law

Several U.S. social media companies have ceased reviewing requests by Hong Kong authorities to search residents’ data, following China’s implementation

A Tour of the Capitol Rotunda Paintings for the Fourth of July

On this holiday celebrating our beginnings, today’s raging, bored, and bossy mob may need a dose of history paintings.

Russian Bounties: What Did the President Know and When Did He Know it?

Reading Time: 4 minutes — OPINION — [James W. Pardew was a career US Army intelligence officer who served as

GOP Senators Propose Scrapping Columbus Day, Adding Juneteenth Federal Holiday

Republican senators Ron Johnson (R., Wis.) and James Lankford (R., Okla.) introduced an amendment Wednesday that would replace Columbus Day

Judge Blocks Trump Admin. Rule on Third-Country Asylum Seekers

U.S. District Judge Timothy J. Kelly said that the administration violated the Administrative Procedure Act when adopting the policy.

A Modest Win for the Constitution

By making the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau accountable to the president, the Supreme Court has done right — but it

Broadway Actor Dreams Up Racist Past for New Home, Earning National Press Coverage and Social Media Plaudits

There is no evidence the house was built by slaves, as slavery in Massachusetts was abolished nearly four decades earlier