FBI inventory of Trump’s office details empty folders marked classified
Empty folders with classified banners and more than 10,000 government records were among the records seized from former President Donald Trump’s Florida residence last month, according to records unsealed on Friday.
President Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan has a SCOTUS problem
President Joe Biden’s long-awaited student loan forgiveness plan might be dead on arrival after the Supreme Court effectively hobbled the administrative state this past June when it comes to making big political and economic action without congressional authorization.
Sweeping climate, health care and tax bill signed into law
President Joe Biden on Tuesday signed a massive climate, health and tax bill at the White House, the culmination of over a year of back and forth with congressional Democrats.
Top secret documents among records seized from Trump
The FBI retrieved top secret documents from the residence of former President Donald Trump during its raid on his south Florida home, Mar-a-Lago, according to court records that were unsealed by a federal judge on Friday.
Bannon guilty of contempt of Congress
A jury found Steve Bannon guilty Friday on both criminal contempt charges for failing to comply with a subpoena from the Jan. 6 committee.
Is overturning precedent the new precedent at the Supreme Court?
As Alexander Hamilton explained, adherence to precedent was necessary “to avoid an arbitrary discretion in the courts.” However, this term court watchers say the conservative majority is creating a new guiding principle.
For SCOTUS watchers, judicial restraint has left the building
The conservative majority of the Supreme Court is making broad changes to American law on a tight timeline in moves that are giving the public, and even several justices, pause.
Road that cuts through private Montana land will lead to DC showdown
Plaintiffs contend that the increased traffic has brought trespassers and theft, as well as people shooting at their houses and hunting on their land, interfering with their use of their property.
Supreme Court case could force lower courts to apply 18th century gun laws
As the country grapples with the murders of 19 children and two schoolteachers in the deadliest mass shooting of the year, the Supreme Court stands ready to release a consequential ruling on gun rights that could change how courts evaluate the Second Amendment.
Primed to overrule Roe, Supreme Court leaves public opinion behind
The justices have made decisions out of sync with the majority of Americans before but never to take away rights instead of expanding them.