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.

Ted Cruz Slams Trump’s ‘Road to Citizenship’ Claim for Pending DACA Executive Order: ‘HUGE Mistake’

Cruz’s reaction came after Trump revealed in an interview with Telemundo that he would give DACA recipients “a road to

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

Ohio Democratic Party Received $334k PPP Loan after Criticizing Coronavirus-Relief Program

A campaign-finance report disclosed the $333,867 loan, which was approved by the U.S. Small Business Administration on April 30.

De Blasio: Black Lives Matter Protests Exempt from Large-Event Ban

The mayor has canceled all large events in NYC through September, but will continue to allow protests in the city.

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.

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

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

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

Multiple Reports Challenge White House Claim That Trump Was Never Briefed on Russian Bounty Intel

The Trump administration maintains that the intelligence was never verified and therefore never made it to the president’s desk.

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.

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.

Seattle Autonomous Zone Begins to Disband as Protesters Leave the Area

The “Capitol Hill Occupied Protest” (CHOP) moved towards disintegration on Thursday as protesters began leaving the area.

Poll: Biden Firmly Ahead in Six Battleground States Trump Won in 2016

Across Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Florida, Arizona, and North Carolina, Biden leads Trump by an average of nine points.

House Republican Proposes Criminalizing Destruction of Presidential Monuments

Representative Jim Banks is proposing a bill to protect statues of former U.S. presidents and the signers of the Declaration

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.