Monday, July 23, 2018
The Supreme Court voted 5-4 to uphold President Trump's travel ban. Roughly Explained's Taylor Griffin appeared on BBC World News to explain why.   Read more about the Supreme Court decision. https://www.roughlyexplained.com/2018/06/why-the-supreme-court-upheld-president-trumps-travel-ban/
The Supreme Court, in a 5-4 vote, upheld President Trump’s ban on visitors from five predominantly Muslim countries. This third version of the ban was more narrowly tailored and thus more likely to survive court scrutiny. As Ilya Shapiro...
Can President Trump really pardon himself, as he claimed in a tweet Monday? Legal scholars disagree, but even if he did, it would do little to free him from the scrutiny he is now facing. A pardon could only...
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein reportedly told President Donald Trump that he’s not the “target” of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe or the investigation into Trump Attorney Michael Cohen being overseen by the US Attorney for the Southern...
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has tapped Edward O’Callaghan, a widely respected veteran prosecutor, as Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General, a post that is among the most important  at the Department of Justice. The PADAG, as the position is...

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