Mueller Scores a Win in Prosecution of ‘Putin Chef’s’ Business
Alleged Russian Infiltrator Maria Butina Asks U.S. Judge to Dismiss Charges
CNN sued after the White House pulled Acosta’s “hard pass,” citing his conduct at a Nov. 7 news conference.
Trump Administration Defends Revoking CNN Reporter’s White House Pass
Previously, press secretary Sanders justified the ban by accusing Acosta of “placing his hands” on the White House staffer.
Maryland Challenges Whitaker’s Appointment as Acting Attorney General
Why the Keystone XL Pipeline Project Is So Controversial
UBS Tries to Block Forfeiture of Manafort's Trump Tower Condo
Keystone XL Pipeline Project Blocked by Judge in Montana
The judges didn’t immediately rule and gave no indication of which way they might be leaning.
Keystone XL Oil Pipeline Progress Halted by U.S. Federal Court
Mueller's Next Court Test: Judges to Hear Case on His Legitimacy
Maryland Federal Court Strikes Down Democratic Gerrymander
What You Need to Know About the Emoluments Clause
Caravan Migrants Sue Trump Administration for Asylum Hearings
Georgia's Kemp Loses Another Voting Case With Race in Dead Heat
Trump Closer to Having to Turn Over Business Records After Court Ruling
The issue turns on the Constitution’s 14th Amendment, enacted after the Civil War to protect the rights of newly freed slaves.
Georgia Voter Appeals on Absentee Ballots to Stay in Place
Billionaire Noam Gottesman Is Sued Over Manhattan Property Deal
Georgia GOP Governor Candidate Asks Judge to Put Ballot Order on Hold