Trump in his State of the Union decried "ridiculous partisan investigations" and implicitly called for them to come to an end.
Jan 23- U.S. Senate Democrats are questioning the legal basis of the Trump administration's move to continue work on its five-year offshore drilling plan during the partial federal government shutdown. In a letter sent on Tuesday to David Bernhardt, the Department of Interior's acting secretary, and Walter Cruickshank, acting director of the Bureau of Ocean...
Congress has been expected to pass some sort of online privacy bill to pre-empt a stringent law passed by California. Rubio's bill, which would pre-empt the California law if passed by Congress, would require consumer protection regulator the Federal Trade Commission to draw up rules for companies to follow that are based on the Privacy Act of 1974, with a goal...
Four Democratic senators want to know whether White House deputy chief of staff Bill Shine is breaking ethics laws as he continues to get paid millions in bonuses by Fox News, his former employer.
Whitaker's appointment "is a constitutional crisis even if we are distracted from and dulled to it," Tom Goldstein, co-founder of SCOTUSBlog, wrote in a brief with the court.
Three Senate Democrats filed a lawsuit Monday arguing that Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker's appointment is unconstitutional and asking a federal judge to remove him.
Senator John Thune has asked Apple, Amazon and Super Micro Computer for staff briefings about a Bloomberg report that the Chinese government implanted malicious hardware into server motherboards provided by Super Micro.
Trump explodes on Senate Judiciary Committee Democrats, alleging moral hypocrisy and unfair treatment of Brett Kavanaugh after a sexual assault accusation.
Even before Thursday's explosive Senate hearing, popular opinion had already begin tilting against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. But when it comes to matters before the Senate, popular opinion doesn't count.
Republican senators on the Senate Judiciary Committee voted down a motion Friday from Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., to issue a subpoena to Mark Judge, the high school classmate of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
In a letter to Trump, all Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee urged the president to pull Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination.
The suit, filed in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, is in relation to two Freedom of Information Act requests submitted by members of the committee in early August.
That Senate Judiciary Committee's vote on Kavanaugh is now scheduled for Sept. 20, following a 11-10 vote along party lines.
The opening minutes of the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing include a dramatic call from Democratic senators to adjourn as committee Chairman Chuck Grassley struggles to maintain order.
The newspaper published a compilation of editorials from media outlets across the country defending a free press.
A federal judge stopped the release of blueprints to make untraceable and undetectable 3D-printed plastic guns.
Meanwhile, a new poll shows that Kavanaugh's support from the public is narrower than usual for a Supreme Court nominee, another detail that could point to a tough confirmation process for the judge.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the Senate "will vote to confirm Justice Kennedy's successor this fall."
The push underscores the massive resistance the White House faces for the policy of splitting up families crossing U.S. borders illegally.
Facebook still has not answered hundreds of written questions submitted from members of Congress after Zuckerberg's testimony in April, according to congressional staff.