As a public defender, I’m not mad at how well Manafort and Cohen have been treated. I just want that same treatment for my clients.
Should a high school star be prevented from playing college basketball because his father was accused of taking a bribe?
The decision was the latest example of Mr. Trump siding with congressional allies over law enforcement officials, who have said the move could endanger national security.
The request signals that Mr. Flynn’s cooperation with prosecutors for the special counsel has been exhausted.
The official statistics say that the financial crisis is behind us. It's not.
When a Russian intelligence officer believed to be a hit man entered the United States, he tracked down a fellow Russian who had worked as a C.I.A. informant. F.B.I. agents grew alarmed.
Several Cuban-Americans in Florida say they have been visited by agents and asked about their contacts with Cuban government officials.
The foreign-born population in the United States has reached its highest share since 1910. New arrivals are more likely to come from Asia than Latin America.
Also this week, a Census Bureau report will give a snapshot of median household income, a climate summit is set for San Francisco and the European Central Bank meets.
Gun violence and gun control are issues that hit close to home for me — and for anyone else who grew up in Washington, D.C., in the 1980s.
Mr. Papadopoulos said he lied to federal investigators because he wanted to protect himself and the Trump campaign from “what was probably an illegal action or dangerous information.”
The largely positive Labor Department report hinted that tariffs could be starting to take a toll on manufacturing jobs.
The threat stops short of compelling tech companies to give access to intelligence officials from Australia, Britain, Canada, New Zealand and the United States.
His tweet on Monday reinforced the impression of a president who sees the law enforcement agencies that report to him as political instruments.
The president abuses his office and views the Justice Department as a tool to punish his political enemies and give his allies a free pass.
American officials hoped they could persuade some of Russia’s wealthiest men to help with U.S. investigations. It didn’t work.
Andrew Gillum says he’s not a target of an investigation of alleged corruption in Tallahassee. But it’s likely to shadow his run anyway.
According to the F.B.I., the California man made a series of menacing phone calls to The Boston Globe, calling the newspaper an “enemy of the people.”
The battle over how to project the future population of the United States has profound political implications.
Mr. Ohr, a longtime Justice Department official, was targeted in attacks by the president and his allies for links to the Russia investigation. He could lose his security clearance.