The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit is debating whether streaming is different from recording, and whether passengers in cars can record at all.
A longtime Ron Paul aide helped a Russian businessman get into a Trump fundraiser; Trump later pardoned him for another campaign finance crime.
Larry Brock entered the Senate chamber holding zip-tie handcuffs and wearing a combat helmet.
Over two weeks, at least two of the five accused of a violent plot against the U.S. government testified.
A federal appeals court heard a challenge to the state’s “puppy mill” ban.
The Virginia prison system changed its policies after an inmate sued, but he wants a ruling barring any future restrictions.
Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes tried to tell President Trump to use paramilitary groups to stay in power by force after Jan. 6, 2021, according to court testimony.
The former president has been fighting to keep his tax records from House Democrats since 2019 but has repeatedly lost in federal court.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit said it would not reconsider the former president’s arguments or put its ruling against him on hold.
Prosecutors gave a blow-by-blow of the actions in and around the Capitol of five charged with seditious conspiracy.