A timeline of the events that led up to former National-Security Adviser Michael Flynn’s departure from the White House
The "Weinstein effect" continues to roil the nation’s power centers. But the allegations against the president have largely stayed in the background.
The former national-security adviser is the fourth Trump-campaign official to be charged in Robert Mueller’s inquiry into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
The New Jersey senator’s mistrial is the highest-profile setback yet for federal prosecutors after a major Supreme Court ruling last year.
A recording falsely claiming to be from a Washington Post reporter named Lenny Bernstein seeks to fan resentment of the press among Roy Moore supporters.
Messages between the president’s eldest son and the radical transparency organization don’t reveal evidence of any clear-cut crimes.
Did the superstar lawyer cross ethical lines in his representation of Harvey Weinstein?
New York City leaders respond to a terror attack with a show of resolve.
Legal experts said Monday's revelations show the special counsel is “maximizing the clout” of the Russia investigation.
The former chair of Donald Trump’s campaign and his business associate Rick Gates were reportedly told to surrender to federal authorities on Monday morning.
The special counsel overseeing the Russia investigation reportedly obtained a sealed indictment on Friday.
The president will withhold some of the government’s last secret files about the 1963 assassination to give intelligence agencies more time to review them.
A debate over mens rea stalled the last push for reform. Now, a similar battle could be brewing.
A new TV spot in the Virginia gubernatorial election captures an unusual political moment for criminal-justice reform.
By making it harder to punish official misconduct, the justices risk damage to America's republican institutions.
The Supreme Court will resolve a standoff between Microsoft and federal prosecutors who want access to customer data stored in Ireland.
The Manhattan district attorney has come under fire for campaign donations he received—one from Harvey Weinstein's lawyer and others from a Trump family attorney.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions instructed federal agencies to strongly favor faith-related legal exemptions on Friday, imperiling protections for women and LGBT Americans.
In the new term, which starts Monday, the justices will hear cases on digital privacy, qualified immunity, and other major criminal-justice issues.
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case that could deal a serious blow to American organized labor.