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The Senate battle over the confirmation of President Donald Trump's judicial nominees turned hot again this week.
Everyone is focused on Roy Moore’s alleged sexual misconduct — but experts warn a bigger issue could decide Alabama’s election
The landmark Shelby v. Holder Supreme Court decision to gut parts of the Voting Rights Act could disenfranchise voters in the Alabama Senate election.
Federal prosecutors reportedly want to seize the former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli's one-of-a-kind Wu-Tang Clan album as part of an assets seizure.
Michael Flynn’s plea deal could be proof he has something ‘very valuable’ to offer on someone at ‘the center’ of the Rus...
Legal experts told Business Insider that the plea deal struck by Michael Flynn with special counsel Robert Mueller means there is much more to come.
US prosecutors say ‘Game of Thrones’ hacker who breached HBO was an Iranian national with ties to the military
US prosecutors have charged an Iran-based hacker with stealing content for unaired HBO programs, including “Game of Thrones."
Trump is bypassing judicial ratings agencies before making his nominations — and it has led to a substantial increase in ‘not qualified...
Seeking an early legacy, Trump has rapidly nominated for the large number of judicial vacancies he was left with following Obama's term.
A lawyer Trump nominated for a lifetime judgeship failed to disclose that he is married to a White House lawyer when asked about conflicts of interest.
Republicans just confirmed a ton of circuit court judges in one week.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is ramping up the pace of confirmation for President Donald Trump's judicial nominees.
One of Trump’s top judicial nominees got grilled on Capitol Hill over his involvement with Mueller’s Russia probe
Greg Katsas faced a bevy of questions over his involvement as a with some of the administration's most controversial programs and Mueller's probe.