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Trump asks Supreme Court to shield his financial records from Congress
US President Donald Trump asked the Supreme Court on Thursday to block a subpoena requesting access to his financial documents. The subpoena was issued by the House of Representatives to Trump's personal accounting firm, Mazars USA. The Supreme Court (More)
US authorities charge two Russian nationals over hacking attack
US authorities on Thursday filed charges and sanctions against two Russian nationals who allegedly run a cyber theft operation known as Evil Corp. The organization used malware to steal personal banking information from victims in more than 40 countr (More)
Donald Trump Couldn't Be Trusted to Direct a Charity; Why Does Anybody Trust Him to Preside Over a Country?
For those inclined to question whether Donald Trump would actually be so brazen as to straight up take over the apparatus of U.S. foreign policy purely to boost his own reelection prospects, bear this in mind. We already know that Donald Trump is wil (More)
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau sued on behalf of student loan borrowers
Student Debt Crisis, a nonprofit organization, initiated a lawsuit against US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos and Kathy Kraninger, the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Monday. The complaint states that DeVos and Kraninge (More)
New report on leaked China documents reveals conditions at Uighur detention camps
A leak of highly classified documents from the Chinese government has exposed the manual used in operating China's mass detention camps, including policing and surveillance tactics to prevent escape from the camps the Chinese government has labeled " (More)
Federal judge rules former White House counsel Donald McGahn must comply with House subpoena
A federal judge ruled Monday that former White House counsel Donald McGahn must testify before the House of Representatives impeachment probe. Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson of the US District Court for the District of Columbia concluded that "President (More)
Pennsylvania Supreme Court rules defendants cannot be compelled to provide computer passwords
The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania ruled on Wednesday that defendants cannot be compelled to provide the passwords of their computers to law enforcement officials. The court ruled that this compulsion violates the self-incrimination clause of the Fift (More)
California Supreme Court strikes down law requiring presidential candidate tax returns
The Supreme Court of California ruled Thursday against a California law that required presidential primary candidates to register tax returns with the state for primary candidacy. In its ruling, the court determined that the law, the Presidential (More)
Pennsylvania settlement ends permanent solitary confinement for prisoners sentenced to death
Pennsylvania prisoners reached a settlement with the state Department of Corrections on Monday, ending solitary confinement and other isolationist policies for inmates sentenced to death. The settlement was a response to a January 2018 suit filed (More)
Trump asks Supreme Court to bar Manhattan grand jury subpoena for his tax returns, financial records
US President Donald Trump asked the Supreme Court on Thursday to bar a Manhattan grand jury subpoena for his tax returns and financial records. This follows the denial by the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit on Wednesday of (More)
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