These district attorneys should make jail the exception and eliminate cash bail.
The president wants an attorney general who will defend him above all else. There’s reason to worry about his new nominee.
The Senate has a long list of questions for President Trump’s latest nominee.
William P. Barr, a supporter of executive power who served as attorney general in 1991-93, is a front-runner to lead the Justice Department again.
This group will not willingly cede its power.
After losing top state offices, Republican lawmakers are racing to pass legislation that would diminish the power of the incoming Democratic governor.
Mr. Whitaker, the acting attorney general, sat on the board of a patent firm that was investigated by the Federal Trade Commission over accusations it bilked thousands of customers.
What else does the Democrats’ new House majority portend?
The lawsuit by Richard Blumenthal, Mazie K. Hirono and Sheldon Whitehouse is the latest effort to get President Trump’s designation of Matthew G. Whitaker as acting attorney general declared unlawful.
The real question isn’t whether the acting attorney general’s appointment is lawful, but whether it is part of a broader attempt to subvert the rule of law.
After an investigation of more than three years, the state's attorney general has sued Exxon Mobil, accusing it of downplaying the risks of global warming to its business.
The office is investigating the source of more than 22 million public comments submitted to the F.C.C. during the battle over internet regulation.
The ride-hailing company faced charges that it covered up a breach of user data, rather than immediately notifying consumers.
Executives at a company meeting expressed dismay about the election in the footage, which was posted by the right-wing news site Breitbart.