TV biz fights Trump drug pricing rule

Broadcasting and advertising groups are adding a powerful voice to the fight against a controversial Trump administration pro

Judge sets Roger Stone trial for early November

The federal judge presiding over Roger Stone’s criminal case has scheduled his trial to begin on Nov. 5.With jury selection

Patients, health data experts accuse Facebook of exposing personal health information

A group of patients and health data experts is accusing Facebook of misleading users about how their personal health informa

Hundreds of federal workers haven’t received back pay from shutdown: report

Numerous federal workers still owed back pay have not received all of the compensation they are due from the recent 35-day

Judge in Stone case says she is considering issuing a gag order

Roger Stone's media tour may be coming to an end.The federal judge overseeing Stone's criminal trial in Washington, D.C., sa

Courts wade through post-shutdown backlog of cases

The government is fully reopened, but the effects of the partial shutdown will be felt for months in the federal judiciary as

Federal workers sue Trump administration over shutdown, allege work without pay violates 13th Amendment

Five federal government employees are suing President Trump and members of his administration, alleging that they've been unl

Ginsburg misses second day in a row at Supreme Court

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was absent from the Supreme Court bench for the second day in a row on Tuesday.  Chief Justice J

2020 Dems go on offense over drug prices

Potential 2020 Democratic presidential contenders are rolling out a slew of plans to lower prescription drug prices, highligh

Senate Dems sue to block Whitaker from serving as attorney general

Senate Democrats filed a lawsuit Monday challenging President Trump’s decision to name Matthew Whitaker acting attorney gen

Feinstein hits back at GOP, claims she didn’t leak Ford letter

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) is hitting back at GOP senators, insisting she and her staff did not leak a letter detailing

Clinton tears into Kavanaugh on Twitter over abortion

Hillary Clinton tore into Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court, on Wednesday for a comment he ma

GOP turns its fire on Google

President Trump's fight against Google is making its way down Pennsylvania Avenue to Congress.Republican lawmakers are rampin

Lawmakers come down hard on Google for skipping Senate hearing

Lawmakers on Wednesday grilled top executives from Facebook and Twitter about their efforts to prevent foreign governments fr

Manafort verdict strengthens Mueller’s hand for round two

It could be déjà vu when Paul Manafort suits up for his second court battle next month.Legal experts say that federal prose

Dems to challenge Kavanaugh for White House records

President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee is walking into the middle of a political firestorm over his work for President Geo

NRA will spend $1M to support Kavanaugh for Supreme Court: report

The National Rifle Association (NRA) has launched a seven-figure ad campaign that targets potential swing votes in the confir

Dozens of former Kennedy law clerks urge Senate to confirm Kavanaugh

Dozens of former law clerks for recently retired Justice Anthony Kennedy are urging senators to confirm Supreme Court nominee

Senate GOP poised to break record on Trump’s court picks

Senate Republicans are poised to break a record as soon as this week on the number of appeals court judges confirmed during a

Judge on Trump shortlist boasts stint on Michigan’s high court

If Judge Joan Larsen ascends to the Supreme Court, she’ll bring something unique among the names on President Trump's short

Rand Paul files civil suit against neighbor who attacked him

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) has filed a civil lawsuit against the neighbor who assaulted him last year.The lawmaker filed a co

GOP senator: Work during August recess to help confirm judges

GOP Sen. Chuck Grassley (Iowa) said on Friday that the Senate should work into the August recess to help confirm judicial nom

White House plans to release new tax cut proposal this summer

The White House is aiming to roll out a proposal in the coming months to make permanent the tax cuts for individuals passed

Education Department probing whether Yale discriminates against men

The Education Department is investigating whether Yale University discriminates against men by offering specific programs and

Mortgage firm drops major challenge to consumer bureau structure

A New Jersey-based mortgage company declined this week to appeal a federal ruling in its watershed suit against the Consumer