Former chairman of the Trump campaign, Paul Manafort, was surveilled by the U.S. government both before and after the 2016 presidential election, according to a report.
NBC News was forced to run a correction on its website Wednesday after it incorrectly referred to New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez as a Republican.
Senate Democrats came dangerously close to crossing a constitutional line regarding religious faith during an inquisition of one of President Trump’s nominees for the federal court.
During the past two weeks, President Donald Trump has made no secret of his unhappiness at the management of the Department of Justice under Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Justice Anthony Kennedy is rumored to be poised to announce his retirement, and if it happens, it will trigger a confirmation battle that could make the one over Justice Neil Gorsuch look like a playground skirmish.
The attorneys general for Washington, D.C., and Maryland filed a lawsuit Monday against President Trump alleging he violated the Constitution by accepting millions of dollars in payments and benefits from foreign governments since being sworn in as pre…
The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals’ May 25 decision upholding the injunction against President Trump’s executive order implementing a temporary halt to entry of aliens from six terrorist countries was a political decision, not a legal decision.
Robert Mueller’s reputation for being thorough, as well as efficient, offers Americans light and quiet at the end of an unusually dark and noisy tunnel.
Despite the endorsements from powerful Republicans, Judge Merrick Garland is not interested in the job, sources told Reuters.
President Donald Trump sat down with Jeanine Pirro in a Fox News interview airing Saturday night on “Justice,” to talk about his next steps and ways to connect to the American public amid many obstructions — from the media to Democrats.