On Aug. 5, 1974, shortly after losing a case at the Supreme Court, the administration of Richard Nixon released an Oval Office recording that it had kept secret to that point. In the tape, Nixon and his
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TRUMP AGENDA: Another Russia-related bombshell Buzzfeed reportsthat Trump ordered Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about plans to build a Trump Tower in Moscow. Here's the latest on Trump's move to cancel
Predicting which judges are likely to be biased could give them the opportunity to consider more carefully As artificial intelligence moves into the courtroom, much has been written about sentencing algorithms
The feds will struggle to dig out of a backlog of hiring and training that’s essential to pushing out tax refunds, protecting U.S. borders and guiding air traffic. The longest government shutdown in U.S.
If true, legal experts say it's the clearest evidence yet that the president has committed a crime. This time may be different. Legal experts are calling a BuzzFeed report that President Donald Trump instructed
What would you do if you could spend a billion dollars a week on any cause, political movement or society-improving innovation of your choice and still have almost $20 billion left over after a year? is