The Jan. 6 Committee filed a brief in federal court asserting that evidence "establishes a good-faith belief that [former President] Trump and others may have engaged in criminal and/or fraudulent acts.”
The former president is in a dramatically weaker position than he was before the latest D.C. Circuit opinion.
Michigan law concerning the Board of State Canvassers suggests that President Trump’s effort to halt certification won’t amount to much.
The intelligence bureaucracy still looks remarkably apolitical.
On Wednesday, the House of Representatives will mark up legislation to reauthorize and reform key provisions of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), which will otherwise expire on March 15.
Election security appears to have gained momentum on Capitol Hill. Days before lawmakers adjourned for the Easter recess, the Senate intelligence committee rolled out bipartisan policy recommendations and secured funding to shore up election security in advance of the 2018 midterm elections.
Last summer, I wrote about an NBC News/WSJ poll that found barely half of Americans believe that the Russian government attempted to influence the 2016 election.