The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia has unsealed several filings concerning Chelsea Manning's challenge to a subpoena in that court. Manning was found to be in civil contempt on March 8 after declining to answer questions before the grand jury and has been imprisoned.
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Michael Cohen’s prepared testimony alleges that Donald Trump knew in advance that WikiLeaks would release DNC emails.
Domestic extremist violence is on the rise. To address the problem, Congress should hold hearings and make domestic terrorism a federal crime.
Anyone looking to pass the time until the special counsel releases his report might consider reading former Independent Counsel Ken Starr’s recently published book.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit unanimously sided with the district court’s order finding Roger Stone associate Andrew Miller in civil contempt.
On Tuesday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit rejected former Roger Stone associate Andrew Miller’s challenge to a grand jury subpoena issued in the course of the the special counsel’s investigation. Miller had argued that the subpoena was invalid because Robert Mueller’s appointment as special counsel was unlawful. The three-judge panel of Judges Judith Rogers, Sri Srinivasan and Karen Henderson unanimously affirmed a district court ruling that held Miller in civil contempt after he refused to comply with the subpoena.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’s overdue prohibition on bump stocks should be upheld by the courts.
Prosectuors charged John Fry with unlawfully disclosing suspicious activity reports related to Michael Cohen's bank records.
Right now—before any information is public—is an excellent time to set some ground rules regarding how people should engage this material.
By every public indication, Acting Attorney General Whitaker has not, as many feared, interfered in any way with investigations into President Trump and his associates.