"Here we go again," wrote US District Judge Carlton Reeves, who had previously ruled against Mississippi's 15-week abortion law in November.
The law's supporters have all but acknowledged that they’ll lose, but the goal is to force a Roe v. Wade showdown at the US Supreme Court.
The New Charges Against Julian Assange Are Unprecedented. Press Freedom Groups Say They're A Threat To All Journalists.
Legal experts say the new indictment against Assange is the first time the Justice Department has used the Espionage Act to charge a third party — not the government leaker — with publishing classified information.
A grand jury returned a new indictment against Assange adding charges related to his alleged conspiracy with Chelsea Manning to solicit and publish classified government information.
A federal judge in Washington, DC, heard arguments Thursday in House Democrats' lawsuit challenging Trump's plan to reprogram billions in federal funds to build a border wall.
A federal judge in Manhattan on Wednesday denied Trump's request for an injunction blocking House subpoenas to Deutsche Bank and Capital One.
A federal judge in Washington, DC, unsealed search warrant applications that the special counsel’s office filed in 2017 for Cohen’s email accounts.
Trump is expected to appeal the decision.
The Justice Department Spent Nearly Two Years Fighting To Hide The Identity Of A US Attorney Accused Of Misconduct
A federal judge ordered DOJ to release the now-former US attorney’s name after BuzzFeed News sued.
Chelsea Manning Is Going Back To Jail, Saying She'd Rather "Starve To Death" Than Testify About WikiLeaks
Manning was released for a week after the grand jury she had been subpoenaed to testify before expired. A judge ordered her detained again on Thursday.
The State Department Is Denying Citizenship To Some Kids Born To Same-Sex Couples Overseas. Judges Aren't Happy.
A federal judge in DC denied the government's effort to get a lawsuit tossed out brought by a lesbian couple — one woman is a US citizen, one not — whose son born overseas was denied citizenship.
Courts have struck down similar laws in Iowa, Kentucky, and North Dakota, and legal challenges are pending or expected in several states. No such ban has taken effect so far.
Trump's Lawyers Argue Congress Has Little Power To Investigate A Sitting President's Personal Affairs
Trump's strategy to keep Democrats from digging into his finances: Buy time, go big, and prepare to lose.
A federal judge in Maryland ordered Lt. Christopher Paul Hasson detained, reversing a magistrate judge who had ruled that Hasson could be released while he waits for trial.
Newman said in a declaration filed in court that she believed the Trump campaign paid her and other women less than men performing the same jobs.
Rosenstein oversaw special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation for a year and a half, outlasting the president’s ire.
The full House will now have to vote to hold the attorney general in contempt. The committee’s move comes shortly after President Trump asserted executive privilege to prevent Democrats from obtaining the full report.
A federal judge ruled that the Supreme Court’s 2018 decision that allowed the ban to take effect didn’t actually end things.