Those making this argument are taking advantage of a crisis to try to keep due process out of college campuses.
Kentucky’s attorney general released a statement after Planned Parenthood sued the state of Texas over abortion.
The probe is being coordinated with the Securities and Exchange Commission, and the FBI has also contacted Burr.
A new Supreme Court ruling allows states to abolish the insanity defense, but justice demands treating, not punishing, mentally ill
Texas abortion providers sued the state Wednesday to challenge an order that prohibited procedures considered not medically necessary, including abortion.
Attorney General William Barr on Wednesday filed a statement of interest in a Connecticut lawsuit to block male athletes from
The governors of New York and New Jersey have vowed to crack down on social distancing as the number of
The extent to which law is a barrier against to future presidential muscle-flexing, for good or ill, depends not on
Charlottesville, Va. mayor Michael Signer argues that we must restrict speech to maintain the rule of law. He couldn’t be
U.S. Attorney John Durham, the head of a criminal probe into the origins of the Russiagate investigation, is expected to
The Justice Department on Monday abandoned plans to move forward with a criminal trial against two Russian firms indicted by
Manning, the former Army intelligence analyst who leaked classified military information to Wikileaks., was jailed last year for refusing to
The court’s decision overturns a lower court injunction against the policy covering the entire U.S.-Mexico border.
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse has implied that 80 recent Supreme Court decisions are illegitimate due to the “partisan” nature of the
The California Republican suggested Senate Democrats could go beyond simply censuring Schumer’s remarks.
Schumer told a crowd of pro-abortion activists that Gorsuch & Kavanaugh “will pay the price” if they decide to overturn
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer on Wednesday warned Supreme Court Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh regarding a case on
The Court will hear oral arguments tomorrow in a case challenging a Louisiana law regulating abortion providers.
The Supreme Court will hear opening arguments Wednesday in its first major abortion case since Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett
William Barr has tightened his control of the Justice Department’s antitrust probes, a move that could spell trouble for Silicon Valley
A federal appeals court rejected an unfair competition lawsuit against President Trump’s Washington, D.C. luxury hotel on Friday.
Rich, Michael, Luke, Alexandra, and Jim discuss the coronavirus and the Born-Alive bill in the Senate during The Editors podcast.
The Trump campaign announced on Wednesday that it had filed a libel suit against the New York Times over a column
Tamaya Dennard is accused of bribery, wire fraud and attempted extortion, according to a federal affidavit detailed by the Cincinnati
This follows a 5-4 ruling which allowed the Trump administration to implement its “public charge” rule.
The former Hollywood power-player is likely to face a long prison sentence despite being acquitted of the most serious charges
Jussie Smollett pleaded not guilty on Monday to new felony charges related to allegations that he paid two acquaintances to stage
Blagojevich is currently serving a 14-year sentence in Colorado federal prison after being found guilty in 2011 of attempting to
The proof that he willfully deceived investigators appears strong, but the Justice Department likely felt there were too many obstacles
Attorney Michael Avenatti was found guilty on all counts in his Nike extortion trial on Friday and faces a sentence
Marc Thornberry warned that while border security was important, the diversion of funds “undermines the principle of civilian control of
Senator Lindsey Graham on Thursday expressed “complete confidence” in Attorney General William Barr following an interview in which Barr complained
In a memo, Ankush Khardori, who recently left the DOJ, alleges the misuse of another obscure bureaucratic mechanism to skirt
Universities are required by law to report gifts and contracts from foreign sources worth more than $250,000 per year.
Sudan will hand over its former president, Omar al-Bashir, to the International Criminal Court to be tried on genocide and
U.S. regulators announced Tuesday that they are demanding information about past mergers from Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, and Alphabet.
“The real crimes were on the other side, as nothing happens to them. Cannot allow this miscarriage of justice!” the
Pornhub pushes users towards content that was recorded nonconsensually, an investigation of the company’s practices has found.
“I will not allow this blatant effort to intimidate me and other patriotic Americans into silence go unchallenged,” Gabbard wrote
Joseph Matthew Smith was sentenced to prison in 2015 and expressed a desire to begin the gender transition process in
Former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn pleaded his innocence and said he “never lied” to federal investigators in a
Senators Chuck Grassley and Ron Johnson wrote in a letter to Barr stating, “The American people have a right to
Trump’s team says the House should have gone to court to compel witnesses – but when the House did, they
The historical evidence suggests that a statutory violation isn’t required for impeachment. It also suggests President Trump shouldn’t be removed
The student, Luo Daiqing, was detained in July in Wuhan after returning home from the spring semester in Minnesota.
Schiff (D., Calif.) pushed back on the claim that the 2020 election makes any effort to hold President Trump accountable