WASHINGTON – A federal judge has ruled against Oracle’s motion to block the Pentagon’s 10-year, $10 billion cloud computing contract, siding with the Defense Department and Amazon Web Services in a contentious eight-month-long legal battle. The Friday decision in the ...Read More »
A federal appeals court Friday challenged President Donald Trump’s attempt to block Congress from demanding eight years of records from his accounting firm, warning of the implications if lawmakers could not investigate potential misconduct in a president’s private business dealings ...
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WASHINGTON — Former special counsel Robert Mueller is offering to postpone his congressional testimony by one week to give lawmakers more time to question him about his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election and possible obstruction of justice ...
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The Connecticut Supreme Court agreed to hear an appeal of a lower court’s decision sanctioning broadcaster Alex Jones, a sudden turn in a case pitting families whose relatives were killed at a Newtown, Connecticut, school against conspiracy theorists. Eight families ...
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WASHINGTON – A federal appeals court Wednesday sided with President Donald Trump, dismissing a lawsuit claiming the president is illegally profiting from foreign and state government visitors at his luxury hotel in downtown Washington. The unanimous ruling from the U.S. ...Read More »
President Donald Trump cannot block his critics from the Twitter feed he regularly uses to communicate with the public, a federal appeals court said Tuesday, in a case with implications for how elected officials nationwide interact with constituents on social ...Read More »
WASHINGTON – House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., on Tuesday declined to answer a reporter’s question about an assertion by Attorney General William Barr, saying he had lied to Congress and that she would no longer address “anything more that he ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — The Trump administration has run up against a legal wall in its first big effort to lower drug prices. But there’s a good chance Congress will help it climb over. Late last Monday t, a federal judge blocked ...Read More »
A circuit court judge in Missouri ruled Monday that former Gov. Eric Greitens did not violate the state’s Sunshine Law – which guarantees “openness in government” – when he and staff members used a “self-destruct” app that automatically deleted their ...Read More »