In a post worth reading in full at Lawfare, Jack Goldsmith knocks down some of the hysteria about President Trump's national-emergency declaration.
2016—Harry Reid, D-Fantasyland. In an op-ed in the Washington Post opposing the Senate Republican strategy to keep open through the November 2016 elections the Supreme Court vacancy resulting from Justice ...
Those peddling the “Putin hacked the election” story have always lacked credible evidence that Trump was complicit in the Kremlin’s “cyber-espionage.”
This is no Trump v. Hawaii; the president’s discretion is dramatically limited.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders sat for an interview with Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigators, she revealed Friday.
In a ruling today in Free the Nipple-Fort Collins v. City of Fort Collins, a divided panel of the Tenth Circuit has enjoined, on equal-protection grounds, a city ordinance that ...
Contenders for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination came out swinging Friday against President Trump's declaration of a national emergency.
The Supreme Court agreed to rule on whether the Trump administration can include a question about citizenship on the next national census questionnaire.
If Trump is able to sign the spending bill, how can there be a national emergency?
2008—In Ricci v. DeStefano, a Second Circuit panel that includes Judge Sonia Sotomayor buries the claims of 19 white firefighters and one Hispanic firefighter that New Haven city officials engaged ...