Law, Government and Politics

U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel will hear a case on Friday that could determine whether Trump can waive environmental laws for his wall.
“TRAFFIC STOP”: MARCH 12 When Breaion King, an African-American schoolteacher from Austin, Texas, was pulled over for a routine
In Touch magazine discloses the interview days after a report that Trump's legal team paid the actress to keep quiet.
The administration can't get its story straight — again.
Supervised drug injection facilities are being proposed in a growing number of cities and states to stem overdose deaths
"My clients do not intend to cease publication, no such retraction will occur, and no apology is warranted."
A federal judge said Clarke's posts were an issue of possible "First Amendment retaliation."
The president looks to open the Arctic, Atlantic and Pacific oceans in his push for an “America-First Offshore Energy Strategy.”
The bill is expected to be sent to the White House to sign today.
"There is no finer institution than the FBI,” Director Chris Wray told Congress.