Executive Branch

Executive Branch

Hillary Clinton’s lawyer had ‘top secret’ clearance, but that wasn’t good enough, top lawmaker says

Corporate Law

Why not eliminate quarterly earnings reports, Wachtell co-founder suggests

Executive Branch

House suit against Obama gets a boost from Supreme Court decision on standing

Executive Branch

Top lawmaker says Hillary Clinton’s attorney may have lacked security clearance to hold her email


Thieves stole 220,000 more individual tax records from IRS computer system than feds first thought

Environmental Law

Suit claims climate change is violation of future generations’ constitutional rights

Internet Law

Data brokers sold consumer info to scammers who stole $7M, FTC says

Law Professors

Harvard law prof explores Democratic presidential bid financed through crowdsourced funding

Legal History

Ethel Rosenberg wasn’t a spy, and recently released testimony helps prove it, her sons say

Executive Branch

Court: Governor was wrong about veto opportunity; 65 bills are now law


George W. Bush reports for jury duty

Labor & Employment

As workers’ social media comments clash with employer expectations, the NLRB takes center stage


August 5, 1981: Reagan fires air traffic controllers

International Law

US seeks to question Minnesota dentist in shooting of Cecil the lion

Animal Law

9th Circuit rejects widow’s suit over fatal mountain goat attack in national park

Legislation & Lobbying

Five years after ‘Rosa’s Law’ eliminated ‘R-word’ from federal lexicon, movement continues to grow


Informant sues feds, says they didn’t tell him when agent for whom he worked was fired

White-Collar Crime

7th Circuit nixes 5 counts in conviction of ex-Illinois Gov. Blagojevich, calls for new sentence

Criminal Justice

Obama allies with Koch brothers on criminal justice reform; his prison visit is presidential first

Trials & Litigation

Lawyer sues Alabama governor for return of Confederate flags to Capitol memorial