The special counsel's office has filed a superseding criminal information in the case against Paul Manafort. The document is available here and below. The plea agreement and statement of offense are also available below.
Since the initial days of the first travel ban, Lawfare has curated a resource of court documents in the litigation against each iteration of the Trump administration’s executive orders limiting travel into the United States from citizens of largely Muslim-majority countries. The page started with just a handful of court cases; it currently includes over 50. And now, it’s completely up to date.
In a new paper in the Hoover Aegis series, we take stock of the changing regulatory environment around large technology platforms and examine both the positive potential and the dangers of legislative and technological solutions to the problems of content moderation.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh faced the Senate Judiciary Committee in Day One of a two-day marathon Q&A session for his nomination as an associate justice of the Supreme Court. We sat through it all so you don't have to. We've cut out all the garbage and are bringing you just the questions and answers on legal matters related to national security, presidential power and presidential investigation.
Despite what Rudy Giuliani says, there's no hard-and-fast Justice Department policy by which Robert Mueller must conclude his investigation or lie low in advance of the midterm elections.
At the order of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, the National Archives and Records Administration has unsealed the 1999 special master's report on possible leaks from the independent counsel's office in the Starr investigation. The report is available here and below.
What Michael Cohen’s Plea and Paul Manafort’s Conviction Mean for Trump and the Mueller Investigation
Seven questions about national security and the way forward in the wake of Tuesday’s events.