Politics

Who is James Comey? 7 things to know about the fired FBI director

In May 2017, President Donald Trump fired the man leading the federal investigation into his campaign's alleged ties to Russia.

Politics

The big legal issue buried in the travel ban case

Most of the attention at Wednesday's dramatic Supreme Court hearing will center on President Donald Trump's travel ban, but a second major legal issue lurks in the case that could affect future White House occupants as well: the propriety of federal court

Politics

Federal judiciary may create informal harassment complaint system

Four months after the federal judiciary was jolted into a #MeToo moment by allegations of sexual harassment against California US appeals court judge Alex Kozinski, officials are moving toward a new complaint channel for court employees.

Politics

Conway: Trump defending Cohen because of unfair treatment

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway said Sunday that President Donald Trump believes his personal lawyer Michael Cohen is being treated "unfairly" by federal authorities, making the remarks in an attempt to defend Trump's latest tweets on the matter.

Politics

Trump adds former federal prosecutors Jane and Marty Raskin to legal team

Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani isn't the only new addition to President Donald Trump's legal team. Former federal prosecutors Jane and Marty Raskin have also joined the team, Jay Sekulow, a counsel to the president, announced on Thursday.

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83-year-old is oldest US inmate executed

Alabama has executed Walter Leroy Moody, 83, who had been convicted of murder for the mail bombing death of a federal judge in 1989.

Politics

Kris Kobach found in contempt of court by federal judge

A federal judge has found Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach in contempt of court for failing to comply with court orders in a case challenging a controversial state proof-of-citizenship voting law.

Politics

Supreme Court invalidates part of federal law requiring mandatory deportation of immigrants convicted of crimes

The Supreme Court on Tuesday invalidated a provision of federal law that requires the mandatory deportation of immigrants who have been convicted of some crimes, holding that the law is unconstitutionally vague.

Politics

GAO: $43,000 soundproof booth for EPA head violated law

The $43,000 purchase of a soundproof booth for Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt's office violated federal law, the Government Accountability Office concluded Monday.

Politics

Legal fees made up more than 20% of Trump's campaign spending so far this year

More than one-fifth of the $3.9 million that President Donald Trump's 2020 re-election campaign has spent this year has gone to legal fees, the campaign's latest quarterly Federal Election Commission filing shows.

United States

What cities and states are doing about guns since the Parkland shooting

Local and state lawmakers aren't holding their breath waiting for the federal government to take action on guns.

Politics

Stormy Daniels cooperating with federal investigators following Cohen raid

Stormy Daniels is cooperating with federal investigators, according to a source familiar with the investigation.

Entertainment

T.J. Miller arrested for alleged fake bomb threat

Former "Silicon Valley" star Todd Joseph "T.J." Miller is facing a federal charge that he allegedly called in a fake bomb threat from an Amtrak train, officials said Tuesday.

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