Barr Worked to Keep Hunter Biden Investigations from Public During Election: Report

Attorney General Barr did not budge under pressure from Congressional Republicans who pressed him for more information into the investigations.

L.A. Police Arrest Suspect in Ambush Shooting of Two Officers

The Los Angeles sheriff’s department and district attorney announced the arrest of a suspect in the shooting of two police

The Supreme Court Needs a Justice Who Puts the Constitution First

Luckily, America is blessed with many highly qualified judges and scholars who fit the bill.

Judge Rules Trump Must Turn Over Tax Returns to Manhattan DA

The ruling follows a decision by the Supreme Court that rejected Trump’s assertion that presidents are entitled to absolute immunity

Federal Appeals Court Rules California’s Ban on High-Capacity Magazines Unconstitutional

“Even well-intentioned laws must pass constitutional muster,” Appellate Judge Kenneth Lee wrote for the majority on the three-judge panel.

Oregon State Police Withdraws from Portland Courthouse after D.A. Announces He Won’t Prosecute Most Rioters

Police have arrested over 500 people since the riots began, but less than 50 have been prosecuted so far.

Pence Says Chief Justice John Roberts is a ‘Disappointment to Conservatives’

The vice president said it is a reminder of the importance of the upcoming election in determining the future makeup

Trump Admin. to Send Additional Federal Police to Portland

Mayor Ted Wheeler has condemned the deployment of federal officers to the city, accusing the Trump administration of “abuse” of

Conservative Justices Declined to Take Up Second Amendment Case after Roberts Signaled He Would Side with Liberals: Report

The four most reliably conservative justices were not confident that they would get a fifth vote from Roberts.

Portland Rioters Injure Six Federal Agents With Fireworks, Lasers

Protests have been nearly constant in Oregon’s largest city since the police custody death of George Floyd in May.

Sen. Hawley Sets New Pro-Life Standard for Supreme Court Nominees

“I will vote only for those Supreme Court nominees who have explicitly acknowledged that Roe v. Wade is wrongly decided,”

NYPD Department Chief, Officers Injured at George Floyd Protest

Chief of Department Terence Monahan was admitted to a local hospital with “non-life threatening injuries.”

Ghislaine Maxwell Pleads Not Guilty to Jeffrey Epstein Related Sex Abuse Charges

She appeared in a video court hearing from the Metropolitian Detention Center Tuesday where a judge scheduled her trial to

Graham to Call Robert Mueller to Testify after Op-Ed Defending Roger Stone Prosecution

Lindsey Graham said Sunday that he will grant Democrats’ request to have former special counsel Robert Mueller testify before the

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.

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.

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

Police Investigating Protesters after Confrontation with Armed St. Louis Homeowners

Law enforcement is determining whether the protesters committed trespassing and fourth-degree assault by intimidation.

Federal Judge Rules Cuomo, De Blasio Exceeded Authority by Restricting Religious Services While Condoning Protests

U.S. District Judge Gary Sharpe granted a preliminary injunction blocking New York from enforcing its coronavirus restrictions on religious services.

Trump Admin. Asks Supreme Court to Repeal Obamacare

A brief was filed on Thursday night to request the repeal of the Affordable Care Act of 2017.

Senate Passes Hong Kong Sanctions Bill following White House Delay

The bill places sanctions on individuals, entities, and banks that help facilitate greater Chinese control over Hong Kong.

Nadler Plans to Subpoena Barr after Saying He ‘Deserves Impeachment’

Democrats have called to investigate Barr over the abrupt decision to oust Manhattan’s top federal prosecutor, Geoffrey Berman.

N.Y. Judge Extends Initial Detention Period for Looters Due to Civil Unrest

Holding facilities in the city have seen an increase in suspects arrested either for looting or peacefully protesting after an