Trump Spares Stone from Imprisonment, Sparking Howls from Amnesiac Democrats

One-time defenders of unsavory Clinton and Obama pardons are outraged by the president’s commutation of his old associate’s 40-month sentence.

Supremes Signal a Brave New World of Popular Presidential Elections

The Court’s decision in Chiafalo v. Washington seems sure to intensify the partisan fight over the Electoral College’s future.

New Flynn Notes: ‘FBI Leadership’ Decided Not to Provide Russian Call Transcripts to Flynn in Interview

The DOJ document along with a batch of handwritten notes from DOJ and FBI officials describing Flynn’s White House interview

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.

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

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

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.

Federal Appeals Court Orders Judge Sullivan to Dismiss the Flynn Case

The majority rules that Sullivan was wrong in seeking to probe the DOJ’s motives for dropping the case.

Seattle Mayor Says City Will Move to Dismantle Protest ‘Autonomous Zone’ after Back-to-Back Shootings

Seattle police will peacefully return to the East Precinct building soon, the mayor said, a message echoed by Police Chief

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.

Charles Barkley Says ‘Defund the Police’ Would Hurt Black Communities: ‘Who the Black People Gonna Call, Ghostbusters?’

Speaking Monday on ESPN’s morning show, Get Up, Barkley argued that “we just need police reform, because we need police.”

DOJ Sues John Bolton to Delay Book Publication

Bolton’s memoir “The Room Where it Happened” is scheduled for publication on June 23, and underwent a four-month pre-publication review

Trump to Sign Executive Order Encouraging Police Departments to Curb Use of Force

The order will detail the administration’s initiatives to encourage high standards for use of force.

Milley Apologizes for Attending Trump’s Church Photo-Op: ‘I Should Not Have Been There’

“My presence in that moment, and in that environment, created a perception of the military involved in domestic politics,” the

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

L.A. to Slash Police Budget up to $150 Million in Order to ‘Invest’ in Communities of Color

The mayor said cuts would be made “to every department, including the Police Department, because we all have to be

Police Chief: Arrested Looters in NYC Are Immediately Released Because of Bail-Reform Law

While city police made over 650 arrests on Monday night alone, New York City Police chief Terrence Monahan said that