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Everyone is focused on Roy Moore’s alleged sexual misconduct — but experts warn a bigger issue could decide Alabama’s election
The landmark Shelby v. Holder Supreme Court decision to gut parts of the Voting Rights Act could disenfranchise voters in the Alabama Senate election.
Federal appeals court grapples with a third version of Trump’s travel ban following his administration’s early Supreme Court victory
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in Seattle heard fiery arguments on Wednesday regarding the latest iteration of President Donald Trump's travel ban.
The Department of Homeland Security's watchdog said he was "very troubled" the agency has not yet released his report on the chaotic travel ban rollout.
President Donald Trump has added five people to his shortlist of possible Supreme Court picks, the White House announced Friday.
The Trump administration is going after ACLU lawyers in the Supreme Court after the Jane Doe abortion case
The Trump administration filed a petition to the Supreme Court accusing Jane Doe's attorneys of misleading the government over the procedure's timing.
A federal judge has granted a temporary restraining order against President Donald Trump's third travel ban, just hours before it was set to take effect.
Trump is reportedly talking about Supreme Court justices’ health issues, privately predicting he’ll be able to appoint 4
A major accomplishment of President Donald Trump's presidency has been the appointment of Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch.
What is gerrymandering? The Supreme Court heard oral arguments for a case that could overhaul American elections
The Supreme Court heard arguments on Tuesday for Gill v Whitford, a case on gerrymandering in Wisconsin that could have broad implications for future elections.
Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch sparked an uproar by speaking at an event in a Trump hotel, in which the president still holds a financial stake.
The Trump administration is reducing the amount of refugees resettled in the US to 45,000 for the 2018 fiscal year — it's the lowest level since 1980.