The Utah Senator was the first prominent voice in the Republican Party to publicly disavow the president's decision to erase Stone's prison sentence.
Vindman fought valiantly overseas, but he has forced America to reckon with questions a lot closer to home.
The Republican strategist and Trump's longtime friend was days away from having to surrender to a federal prison. He was sentenced in February to 40 months in prison for lying to Congress.
Fears that the coronavirus and the weather would dampen the attendance helped postpone the New Hampshire re-election event.
The victims’ families argue that Attorney General Bill Barr violated federal law when he scheduled the execution for July 13 “without adequate measures in place to protect them.”
Progressives criticized the line, but the former vice president kept using it — until he didn’t. Here’s how he refined his message.
The George W. Bush appointee is leading from the center — and drawing Trump's wrath along the way.
While his advisers fret about potential fallout from a pardon for Roger Stone, the president says he is "looking into it."
During a week of spiking coronavirus cases, high-profile Supreme Court decisions, and continued calls for racial justice reform, Joe Biden’s veepstakes also made headlines.
The ongoing pandemic is forcing GOP officials to rethink the party's convention, as well as the president's campaign rallies.
"We're all truly blessed at the same time to have a leader like President Trump, who is a builder," Goya CEO Robert Unanue said at a White House meeting.
The longtime Trump adviser said he has "grave concerns" about his approaching surrender date and is "optimistic" the president will take action in his case.
The sanctions are likely to ratchet up already high tensions between U.S. and China.
His criticism came during a broader speech that largely focused on a new economic policy released this week.
Judge Emmet Sullivan said a three-judge panel's ruling to dismiss charges against the former national security adviser "threatens to turn ordinary judicial process upside down."
Law enforcement officials said Cohen refused to sign documents prohibiting him from interacting with the media or writing a book.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra issued a blistering rebuke of the new directive, calling it "arbitrary and capricious."
The court's decision means that Oklahoma prosecutors lack the authority to pursue criminal cases against American Indian defendants in parts of the state.
Berman's sudden departure last month created a political maelstrom in Washington because he was overseeing the investigation of a Trump associate.
Analysis: From a legal standpoint, the decisions pose little risk to the president before Election Day. But the law doesn't always line up with political interests.