The Supreme Court on Friday said it would hear a case concerning whether Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross can be questioned about his reasons for adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census.
The DOJ has apparently prepared to indict Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, setting up a legal battle that could have broad ramifications for the Russia probe as well as the government's prosecution of journalists and others who reveal secrets.
The state's 67 counties had until 3 p.m. Thursday to complete counting more than eight million votes.
The Trump administration is seeking to extradite an enemy of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in order to persuade the Turkish leader to decrease pressure on Saudi Arabia over the killing of Jamal Khashoggi, NBC News reported Thursday.
The sanctioned individuals include Consul General Mohammed Alotaibi, who oversaw the Saudi consulate in Istanbul where Khashoggi was allegedly killed, as well as Maher Mutreb, a senior Saudi official who is alleged to have coordinated the killing.
Aaron Topol of EY says the probability of the U.S. implementing more tax cuts has "gone down significantly" now that the Democrats have taken the House.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday announced his support for a bipartisan measure that would overhaul the nation's criminal justice system, saying that it's the "it's the right thing to do."
Just days before the Federalist Society's annual convention is set to begin, some of the right-leaning organization's most prominent members have banded together to form a group that believes Trump has undermined the rule of law.
The slate of Senate leaders for both major political parties will be elected Wednesday, and while most of the top brass are expected to hold onto their power, a few key shifts are expected.
One week ago, three distinct but overlapping currents combined to shift tidal forces in America's midterm elections – and smash the Republican Party's congressional fortress.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg did not appear at the court on Tuesday as she continues to recover from a fall that left her with broken ribs.
The chief of the Department of Justice's antitrust division said Tuesday that political considerations do not impact the department's work, a day after President Donald Trump suggested Comcast could soon face increased scrutiny.
The GOP will likely expand its Senate majority after the midterms, and most of the senators running in 2020 appear safe. Despite having a more favorable map, Democrats will still have a difficult path to a majority.
WASHINGTON, Nov 13- U.S. soybean farmer Mike Schlosser does not expect President Donald Trumps trade war with China, the single biggest headwind to his business, to end any time soon. Congress comes back on Tuesday for the lame-duck session after Democrats in last week's mid-term elections gained control of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Democrats are promising new scrutiny of corporate America's biggest names as they expand their power on Capitol Hill.
Republican Martha McSally conceded defeat, bringing an end to the long-fought battle over the seat held by retiring GOP Sen. Jeff Flake.
It is far from assured that there will be any public "Mueller report" for Democrats to lean on.
President Trump demands that the tight Florida races for governor and the state's seat in the U.S. Senate be called for Republicans because an "honest vote count is no longer possible."
With votes still being counted, an estimated 113 million Americans cast ballots in the first nationwide election of the Trump presidency, according to AP data. That's the highest raw vote total for a non-presidential election in U.S. history.
After heavy spending by both sides of the issue, gun control proponents picked up seats in House midterm races as gun rights advocates lost ground.