The case will be argued in October, at the start of the new Supreme Court term.
But something could overshadow rulings in those high-profile cases
Trump teased the possibility of tapes on May 12, the week of James Comey's firing
A party can't build a governing majority with moral victories.
A gunman who sprayed bullets at Republican lawmakers during baseball practice in a Washington DC suburb has died, US President Donald Trump said.
A top US Republican was among five people who were shot and wounded by a gunman during baseball practice in Virginia.
Mirroring the 4th Circuit Court decision from May 25, the 9th circuit called the ban motivated by a desire to exclude Muslims.
A KEY business partner of US President Donald Trump and Jared Kushner is reportedly pursuing a $US2 billion ($2.65 billion) government contract to build a new FBI headquarters, sparking conflict of interest concerns.
AMERICAN President Donald Trump has called his ex-FBI director James Comey “very cowardly’ even as it emerged he reportedly bottled out of a UK state visit over fears of mass protests.
A SHOOTING at a business headquarters in Orlando, Florida has left five people dead, including the gunman, US media reports.
SENATOR John McCain thinks Russian President Vladimir Putin, whose government interfered in the 2016 presidential election, is more of a threat to America than Islamic State terrorists.
A federal appeals court upheld Thursday a lower court's temporary block of key provisions of President Donald Trump's revised executive order banning travel from some Middle East and African countries.
Some 23 million people would lose health insurance over the next decade under the revised Republican healthcare plan, says a non-partisan agency.
NEARLY a year after the unexplained killing of a Democrat staffer, an investigator claims he’s uncovered key information.
I was in the room. It didn’t happen
Some lawmakers had expressed concern about the fact that Russian media was allowed into the meeting and took pictures of Trump, Lavrov, and Kislyak.
The number of sentenced prisoners in federal custody fell by 5 percent, or 7,981 inmates, between 2009 and 2015, a Pew Research Center study showed.
n her opening statement to the Senate subcommittee, Yates noted that she worked “through five Republican and Democratic administrations.”
President Donald Trump has declared Obamacare "dead" after the Republican healthcare bill was narrowly passed by the lower chamber of Congress.
Republican politicians have campaigned on repealing President Barack Obama's healthcare reforms pretty much since they were enacted in 2010.