House Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler subpoenaed former White House counsel Donald McGahn on Monday.
Law & the Courts
The lawsuit he just filed in an effort to avoid doing so is frivolous.
The Supreme Court has agreed to take up cases involving LGBT individuals who claim they were fired from their jobs because of sexual orientation.
An intent to obstruct with no actual obstruction is a thin reed for the first removal of a sitting president of the United States.
1969—In his majority opinion in Shapiro v. Thompson, Justice Brennan rules that state and D.C. laws that deny welfare assistance to residents of less than a year violate a constitutional right ...
2006—In Harper v. Poway Unified School District, a divided panel of the Ninth Circuit rules that the First Amendment permits schools to impose viewpoint-discriminatory restrictions on student speech. The case ...
Barr has provided Congress with the full, at times gory details drawn from Mueller’s aggressive investigation.
Barr released the report and made an almost-entirely-unredacted copy available to congressional leaders. It wasn’t enough to satisfy Democrats.
That is a very important technical legal question.
1972—Dissenting from the Supreme Court’s ruling in Sierra Club v. Morton that the Sierra Club lacks standing to challenge federal actions regarding a ski development, Justice William O. Douglas proposes ...