Tuesday, August 4, 2020
A federal appeals court in Washington on Monday rejected a challenge to special counsel Robert Mueller’s appointment that was brought by Roger Stone associate Andrew Miller. "Because the Special Counsel is an inferior officer, and the Deputy Attorney General became the head of...
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg is among the five Supreme Court justices who are expected to skip President Trump’s State of the Union Address Tuesday night. The Supreme Court’s public information office said it expects only Chief Justice John Roberts and Justices...
In a new wide-ranging interview in The Atlantic with reporter Natasha Bertrand, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe dished on not just the shocking things he heard Donald Trump say with his own mouth, but on his own insight into the...
The federal judge in Roger Stone's case has ordered him to appear in court this week following a critical post about her that was shared on his Instagram account. Judge Amy Berman Jackson scheduled a hearing for Thursday at which...
One of President Trump’s loudest supporters will likely spend the rest of his life in jail after the conclusion of his child sex trafficking case. 71-year-old Timothy Nolan — a former Campbell County District Judge who was chair of the...
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the oldest, tiniest, and possibly the most well-known justice, returns to her perch on the Supreme Court bench Tuesday. The 85-year-old liberal feminist icon underwent surgery for lung cancer in late December, and since...
Malcolm Nance joined Ali Velshi to impress upon us the magnitude of Mueller's investigation, and its place in our country's history. Spoiler: It's big. Malcolm Nance has feelings, and he wants all of us to have them, too. Seriously, the intensity...
An American lobbyist on Friday admitted brokering access to President Trump’s inauguration for a pro-Russian Ukrainian oligarch in a scheme that highlighted the rush by foreign interests to influence the new administration. As part of a plea agreement under which...