Lawmakers vote along party lines to confirm a lawyer who briefly represented a Russian bank with ties to the Kremlin to head the Justice Department’s criminal division
1973 Roe v. Wade ruling, which held that US Constitution protects abortion right, is one of high court's most controversial and divisive decisions of past century
Well before Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement last week, president began methodically naming conservatives to federal courts
Justice Anthony Kennedy's departure gives President Donald Trump a coveted opportunity make the second high court appointment of his term
Move gives Trump the chance to fundamentally alter the make-up of the nation's highest court
Decision backs the president's broad authority to limit travel for national security reasons
Three days after filing a lawsuit nothing had changed
Justices rule 5-4 that cellphone tower records kept by service providers are protected under the Constitution
Agency says notion that all mass shooters are mentally ill is 'misleading and unhelpful'
Peter Strzok exchanged a series of anti-Trump and pro-Clinton text messages with Lisa Page, an FBI lawyer
More than 70 former US Attorneys wrote that the 'zero tolerance' policy has caused children 'unnecessary trauma and suffering'
Christopher Wray responds to Republican critics following a scathing report about the bureau's handling of 2016 Hillary Clinton email server investigation
Manafort becomes the first former Trump associate to go to prison
President also took FBI Agent Strzok to task for texting 'we'll stop' Trump from winning the presidency during the investigation
In long-awaited report, Justice Department's Inspector General says Comey made 'serious error of judgment' in going public with probe findings during election
The lawyers for Salvadoran woman are considering legal challenges to other cases impacted by decision
Lawyers say US military's plan to release accused enemy combatant in 'an active battlefield' would amount to 'possible death'
Special Counsel move steps up pressure on Manafort and unveils Russian citizen as previously known business associate
Bipartisan legislation says 'each state has the right to determine for itself the best approach to marijuana within its borders'
Legislation would allow law enforcement agents to target and potentially take down suspicious drones