A U.S. government shutdown might put the brakes on the Justice Department’s effort to block AT&T Inc.’s proposed takeover of Time Warner Inc.
Andrew M Harris
DACA is the system President Barack Obama created in 2012 to shield young, undocumented immigrants from deportation.
A coalition of 22 Democratic attorneys general is asking a U.S. court to reinstate the so-called net neutrality rules repealed by the Federal Communications Commission last month.
Robert Mueller, the U.S. special counsel, says he wants the conspiracy and money-laundering trial of former Trump campaign Chairman Paul Manafort and his one-time associate Richard Gates to start on May 14.
Donald Trump’s unusual bid to muzzle his one-time top strategist is a flimsy legal gambit that could bring deeper complications for the president if he chooses to pursue it, according to legal experts.
The research firm that compiled a dossier that included salacious allegations about U.S. President Donald Trump’s contacts with Russians failed to block a congressional bid to see its banking records.
Paul Manafort claims that U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller overstepped his authority in charging Manafort with crimes related to business conducted long before he became President Donald Trump’s campaign chairman and that involve events unrelated to Russian election meddling.
Rick Gates, the former Trump aide indicted with ex-campaign chairman Paul Manafort for crimes including money laundering, told a judge his appearance in a fundraising video didn’t violate her order not to try his case in the press.
Rick Gates, the indicted former campaign aide to Donald Trump, must explain to a judge why his reported participation in the creation of a fundraiser video and comments by a supporter didn’t violate a court order requiring Gates to refrain from discussing his criminal case in the news media.
A long-running lawsuit between the Trump administration, House Republicans and Democratic attorneys general over billions of dollars of Obamacare subsidies has been settled, according to an agreement filed in federal court Friday.
The Federal Communication Commission’s decision to scrap net-neutrality rules doesn’t necessarily mean the internet won’t be regulated.
Within minutes of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission vote to roll back Obama-era net neutrality regulations, threats of lawsuits to block the move rolled in.
Carter Page, a former foreign policy adviser to then-candidate Donald Trump, is angry about AT&T Inc.’s acquisition of Time Warner Inc. and wants to be heard—in court.
U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson scolded Paul Manafort for contributing to an opinion article published last week in the Kyiv Post despite her order to refrain from discussing his money-laundering and conspiracy indictment in the news media.
Donald Trump’s fondness for a story about Muslims being executed in the Philippines with bullets dipped in pig’s blood showed up again in court as opponents try to overturn his travel ban.
The legal battle over President Donald Trump’s travel ban resumes Friday in Richmond, Virginia, after a pit stop in Seattle, on an inevitable path back to the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington.
President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman Paul Manafort denied he ghostwrote an editorial with a longtime colleague tied to a Russian intelligence agency, as claimed by prosecutors.
Apparel maker Patagonia Inc. sued President Donald Trump over his decision to reduce the size of the Bears Ears national monument in Utah in a case joined by conservation and preservation groups.
Leandra English, second-in-command at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, has renewed her bid to wrest temporary control of the agency from President Donald Trump’s choice, White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney.
Ex-Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort has apparently come up with a novel way to try to salvage his reputation amid money laundering and conspiracy charges.
Flynn’s confession will likely prompt Mueller’s team to reexamine statements made by Kushner, Sessions and others.
Paul Manafort, the former campaign chairman to Donald Trump accused of money laundering, reached a new bail agreement with prosecutors in which he would forfeit four properties worth $11.7 million if he fails to appear in court.
Twenty-three Trump businesses including his Mar-a-Lago Club must retain records after they receive subpoenas from the attorneys general in Maryland and the District of Columbia as part of a lawsuit accusing the president of profiting from his office.
President Donald Trump won a legal fight over who gets to run the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, at least for now.
A federal judge didn’t rule on a request for a temporary order to block President Donald Trump from naming his budget director as the temporary head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Mick Mulvaney, who once called the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau the “worst kind” of government entity, vowed to keep the agency open while making changes that protect people without choking off capitalism.
Leandra English’s battle to temporarily head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will be decided by Washington U.S. District Court Judge Timothy Kelly, a Trump nominee.
A federal judge must now decide which of the two people holding competing claims to temporarily run the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has the actual authority to guide its oversight of American financial institutions.
Paul Manafort and right-hand man Rick Gates, indicted for money laundering and under house arrest since Oct. 30, won some Thanksgiving holiday freedom.
Rick Gates, the man accused of money laundering with Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman, has a lawyer who may have a conflict of interest, prosecutors said.
After nine years, two presidential decisions, multiple lawsuits and environmental protests, TransCanada Corp. is about to learn whether it will receive the final state permit needed to build the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
Paul Manafort’s co-defendant, Rick Gates, won’t get a break on his court-ordered home confinement while he waits to go to trial on money laundering and other federal charges arising from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation of Russian influence on the 2016 presidential election.
Matthew Dunlap, one of four remaining Democratic members of President Donald Trump’s election integrity commission, sued the panel’s top officials including Vice President Mike Pence and Kansas Republican Kris Kobach, saying they’ve shut him out of the panel.
Last week, Paul Manafort’s trial judge threatened to issue a gag order after his lawyer called Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s case against his client “ridiculous” in a blistering minute-long sidewalk speech. Now, U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson has followed through.
Former Trump campaign Chairman Paul Manafort and his co-defendant in a money-laundering prosecution, Rick Gates, won’t be allowed to travel internationally even under revised bail terms, a federal judge said.
Paul Manafort, the indicted former campaign chairman for President Donald Trump, says he’s worth $28 million. But prosecutors have their doubts and aren’t convinced about the value of his Trump Tower apartment.
Paul Manafort, the indicted former campaign chairman of President Donald Trump, explained in a pre-trial court filing why he traveled to China and other countries with a mobile phone registered to an alias, and why he had three passports.
Rick Gates failed to disclose he had a second passport until three days after he surrendered to face charges with Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman that they hid their work as agents of Ukraine and laundered millions of dollars, prosecutors said.
Princeton University and Microsoft Corp. sued the Trump administration in a bid to save the “Dreamer” program, which allowed people who unofficially entered the U.S. as children to remain in the country and lawfully hold jobs if they met certain criteria.
Paul Manafort’s lawyers asked the judge presiding over his money laundering case for additional time to craft a motion to modify the terms of his release from custody.
The judge overseeing Paul Manafort’s tax and money-laundering case in Washington had a stern warning for his lawyer: Stop with the sidewalk speeches.
U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson is a Harvard Law School graduate appointed by Barack Obama.
Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort and his associate Rick Gates were put under house arrest because they’re seen as a flight risk after they pleaded not guilty to tax crimes, money laundering, conspiracy and lying to the FBI.
Paul Manafort, the one-time Trump campaign chairman facing federal felony charges, will make his initial court appearance and likely enter a plea before a U.S. magistrate judge who’s been on the bench for almost two decades.
A federal judge rejected a bid by Democratic state officials to temporarily block the White House from ending so-called cost-sharing reduction payments to health insurers under the Affordable Care Act.
The court fight over the Trump administration’s move to halt Obamacare subsidy payments is escalating.
President Donald Trump struck out again with his third try at a travel ban, as federal judges temporarily blocked it from taking effect nationwide on Wednesday.
Opponents of President Donald Trump’s latest try at a travel ban spent 90 minutes in court on Monday urging a Maryland judge to block it. The judge didn’t rule.
With the health insurance of millions at stake, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, leading 18 states and the District of Columbia, asked a U.S. court for an order compelling the Trump administration to continue making Obamacare subsidy payments while their states and others fight to save them.
President Donald Trump returned to saber-rattling against North Korea, saying that “only one thing will work!” after years of diplomacy have failed, even as his counterpart in Pyongyang termed nuclear weapons a powerful deterrent.
The Trump administration ratcheted up America’s raging culture war with new rules letting employers opt out of providing health insurance that covers birth control and paving the way for religious businesses and employees to discriminate based on their closely held beliefs.
President Donald Trump asked a federal judge to throw out a lawsuit filed by two attorneys general accusing him of profiting from his office, in violation of the U.S. Constitution.
A rental apartment management firm run by presidential adviser Jared Kushner’s family has been sued by two Baltimore tenants claiming it’s charging illegal fees on top of the monthly rent, then threatening to evict them if they don’t pay.
The National Venture Capital Association sued the Trump administration Tuesday over its decision to delay, and likely rescind, an Obama administration initiative to encourage foreign entrepreneurs to build businesses in the U.S.
One of President Donald Trump’s leading voter-fraud investigators faced a wave of criticism in the "Live Free or Die" state.
Tweeting “Congress, get ready to do your job -- DACA!” on Sept. 5, President Donald Trump said he was ending Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, otherwise known as the "Dreamers" program. That’s the system President Barack Obama created in 2012 to shield young, undocumented immigrants from being deportation. Trump delayed implementing his edict for six months to give Congress time to craft a replacement. A week after his decision set off a legal, political and economic fracas, the president
Democratic attorneys general and civil rights groups are exploring legal strategies to challenge President Donald Trump’s decision to end a program that protects children who came to the U.S. illegally from being deported.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra sued the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to compel it to say what steps were taken to ensure its rule making and procedures remain impartial even as it’s led by a man who opposed the EPA in at least a half dozen lawsuits while serving as Oklahoma’s attorney general.
Five members of the U.S. armed forces sued President Donald Trump and top military brass, seeking to stop them from banning transgender people from serving “in any capacity.”
The news that special counsel Robert Mueller, the one-time FBI director appointed to investigate suspected Russian tampering in the 2016 presidential election and possible ties to Donald Trump’s campaign, is working with a federal grand jury in Washington suggests that the scope of the probe has been broadened. Another federal grand jury in Alexandria, Virginia, had earlier begun investigating the activities of retired U.S. Army General Michael T. Flynn, President Trump’s first national security