Judge in Michael Flynn case hires prominent DC law firm to help with appeal
US District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan, who is overseeing former national security adviser Michael Flynn's criminal lying case, has retained a Washignton, DC, law firm run by well-known trial lawyer Beth Wilkinson to help him respond to the appeals court about the Flynn case, according to a person familiar with the arrangement.
Trump considers panel to review complaints of anticonservative bias on social media
President Trump is considering establishing a panel to review complaints of anticonservative bias on social media, according to people familiar with the matter, in a move that would likely draw pushback from technology companies and others.
Judge in Flynn case hires lawyer as appeals court reviews his decision not to dismiss: report
U.S. District Court Judge Emmett G. Sullivan has taken the unusual step of hiring an attorney to represent him as an appeals court reviews his decision not to immediately grant the Justice Department's (DOJ's) request to dismiss its case against former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.
NY Gov. Cuomo revises social distancing order amid First Amendment lawsuit
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo significantly revised a social distancing order on Friday, after the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) had accused him of unconstitutionally protecting religious services over other types of gatherings amid the coronavirus outbreak.
House Democrats press ICE on alleged family separation in detention centers
House Democrats this week wrote to the Trump administration expressing concern about reports that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has been pursuing family separation at detention centers -- reports that ICE denies.
NY's daily coronavirus death rate falls below 100 for first time since March as Cuomo eyes Long Island reopening
Coronavirus deaths dropped below 100 in a single day in New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Saturday, who marked the positive trend by announcing Long Island could reopen Wednesday.
Charlamagne tha God says Biden an 'intricate part' of system that 'needs to be dismantled': 'What have you done for me, lately?'
Radio host Charlamagne tha God is pushing back one day after former Vice President Joe Biden said on his show “The Breakfast Club” that African-American voters "ain’t black” if they can’t decide whether to vote for him or incumbent President Trump.
Trump campaign launches 'You Ain't Black' website amid Biden controversy
President Trump’s 2020 campaign has quickly created a new website as part of efforts to capitalize on a controversy that has engulfed Democratic rival Joe Biden -- after the former vice president said that black Americans who have a hard time “figuring out” whether to support him or Trump “ain’t black.”
Cuomo says New York followed federal guidelines when sending coronavirus patients to nursing homes
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's office deflected questions about a report from The Associated Press that the state sent more than 4,500 patients recovering from coronavirus to nursing homes by saying they followed guidance from federal agencies.
North Dakota governor makes emotional plea to avoid divide over face masks
North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum became emotional Friday as he pleaded with residents not to divide themselves over mask wearing amid the coronavirus pandemic or shame those who choose to wear masks, but to instead be empathetic.
Cuomo attempts to deflect blame of deadly nursing home coronavirus debacle on to Trump
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Saturday doubled down on his state's now-scrapped nursing home policy that critics say contributed to thousands of coronavirus deaths and instead blamed the problem on President Trump and his administration.
'This is your moment': Chief Justice John Roberts delivers remarks to son's graduating high school class
Chief Justice John Roberts dedicated remarks to his son's graduating high school class to Covid-19, telling the seniors that the coronavirus pandemic "has pierced our illusion of certainty and control."
Trump campaign plans $1 million advertising attack after Biden's black voters comment
The Donald Trump campaign is planning to launch a $1 million advertising attack centered around Joe Biden's comment Friday to a popular black radio host that if anyone is struggling to decide whether to support Biden or President Donald Trump in the general election then he "ain't black."
Biden takes heat from left-wing activists, Bernie aides for ‘you ain’t black’ remarks
Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden is taking heat from the left-wing of his own party, as well as aides to former rival Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., for his latest controversy -- in which he said in an interview that those black Americans having a hard time "figuring out" whether to support him or President Trump "ain't black."