President Donald Trump found sympathy from an unexpected source in the pages on The New York Times Sunday.
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President Donald Trump has reportedly pledged nearly half a million dollars from his personal fortune to defray the legal bills White House and campaign staff have accumulated in connection with the ongoing investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
The Senate Judiciary Committee forwarded two of President Donald Trump's appeals court nominees to the full Senate Oct. 5. Two weeks later, it's not yet clear when the full Senate will take up the nominations.
This week's Alternative Facts was filmed just moments after White House Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly spoke to reporters in connection with President Donald Trump's phone calls to the families of four deceased U.S. soldiers.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions told the Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday that President Donald Trump's vaunted border wall is not likely to run the entire length of the 2,200-mile border between the United States and Mexico.
A federal judge in Hawaii has barred enforcement of President Donald Trump's third wave of travel restrictions, which were promulgated after the 90-day ban on migrant travel from six countries with high instances of terror expired in September.
Justice Elena Kagan told a law school audience that the late Justice Antonin Scalia's preferred mode of judicial interpretation, textualism, has become the dominant method of analysis on the high court.
President Donald Trump expects to appoint three more Supreme Court justices before the 2020 presidential election, he reportedly told aides.
The federal judge overseeing New Jersey Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez's criminal trial declined to dismiss the charges against him Monday, after defense lawyers argued that the prosecution had failed to make its case.
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Monday to hear a significant digital privacy case concerning the reach of warrants issued for electronic communications stored abroad.
This week's Alternative Facts discussed disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, whose sexual predations were allegedly suppressed by NBC News.
Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Neil Gorsuch are trading barbs, rather frequently, in the first sitting of the Supreme Court's new term.
The U.S. Supreme Court appeared divided Wednesday as to whether a corporation can be sued in an American court for human rights violations, though signs of a compromise emerged during the argument.
The U.S. Supreme Court dismissed a legal challenge to President Donald Trump's travel ban late Tuesday, concluding that the ban's expiration in September effectively ended the controversy.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is attempting to assuage the concerns that conservative activists have raised as late regarding the languid pace of judicial confirmations.
The U.S. Supreme Court could dispose of challenges to President Donald Trump's travel ban at any moment.
Harvey Weinstein, the disgraced entertainment mogul and Democratic donor reeling from unseemly allegations of sexual harassment and assault, tried to marshal support from Hollywood tycoons in a last-minute bid to save his job at the production company that bears his name.
Arab Bank, one of the largest financial institutions in the Middle East, provided a range of financial services to Hamas and its subsidiaries during the Second Intifada, a deadly wave of terror attacks in Israel that left 1,000 dead.
Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California, one of the leading gun control advocates in Congress, conceded that no law could have stopped the Las Vegas shooter from killing nearly 60 people at a country music festival on Sept. 30.