A law professor reads too much into a cryptic concurrence.
The President is once again claiming Executive Privilege to prevent Congress from getting access to certain documents.
With the Trump Administration continuing to stonewall investigations, the House of Representatives is seeking to ramp up the pressure.
The House of Representatives will vote to hold the Attorney General in contempt next week but it may not mean anything.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin has informed Congress that he will not comply with a subpoena seeking the President’s tax returns, meaning that we’re headed for a court battle.
The President is systematically defying Congress. Whatever can be done about that?
As expected, the House Judiciary Committee voted yesterday on party lines to hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt for refusing to turn over a full copy of the Mueller Report
In an effort to block the release of the full report of Special Counsel Robert Mueller, the Trump Administration is invoking Executive Privilege.
Later this week, the House Judiciary Committee will vote to hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt, but it most likely won’t go anywhere.
We won’t have Hillary Clinton to kick around anymore.
Washington Governor Jay Inslee is running for the Democratic nomination for President on a platform primarily focused on climate change. Whether that helps distinguish him from a growing field of candidates remains to be seen.
Bernie is back and running for President, but he’s likely to face a tougher road this time around.
Faced with a field that could be more crowded than the Republican field in 2016, Democrats have come up with a different solution to the rather obvious problem of debate scheduling.
The former Attorney General is seriously pondering a presidential bid. Seriously.
After a barrage of criticism, New Jersey Democrats are abandoning a controversial redistricting proposal.
A filing in an unrelated case has apparently revealed the existence of a sealed indictment against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
The Party of Donald Trump has left no sane choice but to vote straight Democrat.
Authorities have arrested a Florida man named Cesar Sayoc, a 56-year-old Trump supporter, in connection with the wave of bombing attempts directed at critics of the President.
Two more potential explosive devices, addressed to New Jersey Senator Cory Booker and former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, have been discovered by law enforcement.
Newt Gingrich has endorsed President Trump’s use of the rhetoric of Josef Stalin to attack the American news media.
More explosive devices sent to prominent Trump critics, including Robert DeNiro and Joe Biden, have been located.
Four suspicious packages addressed to prominent political and media figures have been intercepted in the past three days.
President Trump has made no secret of the fact that he is displeased with the performance of Jeff Sessions, but he could find it hard to replace him.
The former CIA Director has been stripped of his access to classified information after repeatedly criticizing the President.
The midterm elections are still four months away, but Democrats are already making moves to prepare for the race for their party’s Presidential nomination in 2020.
The Trump Administration is declining to defend the Affordable Care Act in Court, arguing that the individual mandate is now unconstitutional because the tax penalty has been eliminated.
President Trump has issued another controversial pardon.
Mike Pence’s obsequiousness to his master knows no limits.
Ohio voters have approved a referendum designed to reform the manner in which district lines are drawn.
California has pushed back quickly against the Trump Administration’s decision to include a question regarding citizenship in the 2020 Census.
Critics warn this move would lead to a drastic undercount of Hispanic voters, impacting Congressional districting, federal programs, and more.
For months, Ted Cruz said the nomination of Loretta Lynch must be blocked. Then, he failed to show up when the Senate voted on her nomination.
The confirmation of a new Attorney General has been held up nearly six months for what amounts to no legitimate reason.
The Justice Department will not pursue contempt charges against Lois Lerner because it has determined that she did not waive her rights under the Fifth Amendment.
A powerful Democratic Senator looks like he’s about to be in a whole lot of trouble.
Unsurprisingly, Darren Wilson will not face federal charges in connection with the shooting of Michael Brown.
Some are criticizing the President for not going to Paris for yesterday’s rally.
The Justice Department won’t force James Risen to testify in a legal investigation, but faces a new choice in a different case.
Regardless of the outcome of the Michael Brown investigation, there are legitimate problems that need to be addressed.
The next Attorney General will likely see their nomination taken up by Senators who will not be in office past December. That’s somewhat disturbing, but it’s become all too common in Washington.
One of last members of President Obama’s original cabinet is stepping aside.
Once again, Republicans are attacking someone for doing a job the Bill of Rights itself makes necessary and important.