A new inquiry significantly escalates the involvement of secular authorities.
The Supreme Court nominee has become a symbol of the president’s quiet judicial legacy and the anti-Trump resistance.
The Eastern District of Virginia isn't called the “rocket docket” for nothing.
Trump's Supreme Court pick faces a brutal nomination fight ahead.
His “zero-tolerance” policy has been called “traumatic” and “cruel.” But his most stalwart supporters are sticking with him.
Across immigration, policing, criminal justice, and voting rights, the attorney general is pushing an agenda that could erase many of the legal gains of modern America's defining movement.
The party is torn over a reform bill that just passed the House with the president’s support: Should it back modest changes to the criminal-justice system or hold out for more?
His campaign, backed by the Justice Department, only reinforces a law-enforcement paradigm that puts people of color in prison.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s lawsuit against California’s immigration policies reflects a common fair-weather federalism.
The president and his allies don’t want to protect the bureau’s political independence—they want to subvert it.
Catholic parishes have been hit hard by President Trump’s decision to suspend Temporary Protected Status for Salvadorans.
The Supreme Court faces a test of the authority of politicians to use police to silence their critics.
Why? Because there's very little known about the thousands of victims who survive deadly shootings.
Black Lives Matter and Donald Trump’s agenda are inspiring some police to more vocal advocacy. But their project—ending racial bias in the profession—is a decades-old one.
Training programs help officers brush up on policing techniques and best practices. But in one instructor’s course, they study literature, history, and philosophy instead.
California, Pennsylvania, and others have sued over new policies on contraceptive coverage.
The mounting charges against the Republican Senate candidate from Alabama are causing uncertainty for the Breitbart chief and his allies.
Twenty-six people were killed in an attack in Sutherland Springs, Texas, adding to the long list of houses of worship hit with gun violence.
A federal law was supposed to put an end to the use of local zoning laws as tools of discrimination. It hasn't.
The attorney general’s sworn testimony before the Senate is at odds with other accounts.