Supreme Court Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. denied Saturday a New York Times report alleging he leaked the results of the 2014 Hobby Lobby ruling, where the court said the feds couldn’t mandate corporations cover contraception under the Affordable Care Act.
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Dems’ control of Senate greenlights Biden judicial nominees
The Democrats’ maintaining control over the Senate guarantees President Biden more opportunities to appoint judges, giving the federal bench a more liberal bent.
Judge shuts down Michael Cohen’s free speech lawsuit against Trump
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by former Trump attorney Michael Cohen alleging that the former president and other officials locked him in solitary confinement to keep him from promoting his book that criticizes Donald Trump.
Supreme Court allows House Jan. 6 committee to obtain Kelli Ward’s phone records
The Supreme Court on Monday declined to halt the House Jan. 6 committee from reviewing phone records for Arizona GOP Chairwoman Kelli Ward.
Trump sues Jan. 6 committee, alleges violation of Constitutional rights over subpoena
President Trump sued the House’s Jan. 6 committee, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the panel’s nine members on Friday, alleging their subpoena requiring him to answer lawmakers’ questions about the attack on the U.S. Capitol runs afoul of the separation…
Judge halts key parts of New York’s concealed carry law
A federal judge on Monday blocked New York officials from enforcing several provisions of the state’s new concealed carry law.
Federal appeals court rejects Trump appeal over tax returns
The full federal appeals court in Washington on Thursday denied former President Trump’s request for a second look at a ruling that allows congressional Democrats to review his tax returns.
Arizona GOP official asks Supreme Court to halt Jan. 6 committee subpoena for phone records
Arizona Republican Party Chairwoman Kelli Ward asked the Supreme Court this week to halt a subpoena from the House Jan. 6 committee seeking her phone records.
Federal appeals court blocks Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan
A federal appeals court on Friday temporarily blocked the Biden administration from moving forward with its student loan forgiveness plan.
Federal judge: Trump, lawyers knew election fraud data was inaccurate
A federal judge delivered a win to the House Jan. 6 Committee Wednesday, ordering pro-Trump attorney John Eastman to hand over some communications that the judge believes show the former president and his lawyers committed a crime in contesting the 202…