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Bipartisan Group Plans to Urge Trump to Adjust Policing Policies

Bipartisan Group Plans to Urge Trump to Adjust Policing Policies

Senator Thom Tillis, Republican of North Carolina, on Tuesday in Washington. He is expected to attend the National Law Enforcement Summit on Wednesday.
U.S. Judge Says Dreamer Suits Can Be Reviewed by Courts

U.S. Judge Says Dreamer Suits Can Be Reviewed by Courts

A federal judge in Brooklyn, New York, said courts can review the U.S. Justice Department’s decision to rescind the so-called Dreamer program for children of undocumented immigrants.
Massachusetts Tries to Block Berkshire Museum’s Sale of Art

Massachusetts Tries to Block Berkshire Museum’s Sale of Art

“Shuffleton’s Barbershop” by Norman Rockwell is to be sold by the Berkshire Museum on Monday at an auction at Sotheby’s in New York.
Court Blocks Berkshire Museum’s Sale of Rockwell Works and Other Art

Court Blocks Berkshire Museum’s Sale of Rockwell Works and Other Art

“Shuffleton’s Barbershop” by Norman Rockwell was set to be sold by the Berkshire Museum on Monday at an auction at Sotheby’s in New York.
Court Blocks Berkshire Museum’s Sale of Rockwell Works and Other Art

Court Blocks Berkshire Museum’s Sale of Rockwell Works and Other Art

“Shuffleton’s Barbershop” by Norman Rockwell was set to be sold by the Berkshire Museum on Monday at an auction at Sotheby’s in New York.

Full Video: Jeff Sessions Testifies on Capitol Hill

Attorney General Jeff Sessions testifying before the House Judiciary Committee, where he was questioned about campaign contacts with Russians during the 2016 election.
Trump Considers Naming Mulvaney Interim CFPB Director

Trump Considers Naming Mulvaney Interim CFPB Director

President Donald Trump’s Office of Management and Budget director, is being considered for a temporary role as interim director of the consumer watchdog after Richard Cordray steps down later this
Spain’s Attorney General, Leading Catalan Prosecution, Falls Ill and Dies

Spain’s Attorney General, Leading Catalan Prosecution, Falls Ill and Dies

Spain’s attorney general, José Manuel Maza, in Madrid last month, where he opened the prosecution of 20 Catalan politicians.
Uber Hack Prompts Calls for Probes, Punishment From Congress

Uber Hack Prompts Calls for Probes, Punishment From Congress

Uber Technologies Inc.’s failure to disclose a major hack of customer and driver information and an attempt to cover it up is being investigated by state and federal officials.
Monday at CFPB: Doughnuts and Two Bureaucrats Claiming They’re in Charge

Monday at CFPB: Doughnuts and Two Bureaucrats Claiming They’re in Charge

The next act in the drama playing out over who runs the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau began Monday as dueling chiefs both asserted they were in charge.
Trump’s Birth-Control Insurance Plan Is Unconstitutional, Democrats Say

Trump’s Birth-Control Insurance Plan Is Unconstitutional, Democrats Say

The Trump administration’s plan to roll back a requirement for employers to include birth control in their health insurance plans is an unconstitutional endorsement of religion, a group of 19
Trump Firms Must Save Records for AGs' Emoluments Lawsuit

Trump Firms Must Save Records for AGs' Emoluments Lawsuit

Twenty-three Trump businesses including his Mar-a-Lago Club must retain records after they receive subpoenas from the attorneys general in Maryland and the District of Columbia as part of a lawsuit
New Sex-Trafficking Bill Soothes Tech Industry’s Concerns

New Sex-Trafficking Bill Soothes Tech Industry’s Concerns

A new version of a House bill that aims to curb online sex trafficking appears to ease concerns of big internet companies including Alphabet Inc.’s Google and Facebook Inc. — while creating a new tool

Blue State AGs Tell Trump They'll Be Watching Mulvaney's CFPB

A group of Democratic state attorneys general told President Donald Trump they’re prepared to take matters into their own hands if the administration fails to enforce consumer-protection laws.
Trump Says His Regulatory Rollback Already Is the ‘Most Far-Reaching’

Trump Says His Regulatory Rollback Already Is the ‘Most Far-Reaching’

President Trump described his administration’s deregulation efforts in remarks at the White House on Thursday. He then stood between two piles of paper representing government regulations in 1960,
Trump Says His Regulatory Rollback Already Is the ‘Most Far-Reaching’

Trump Says His Regulatory Rollback Already Is the ‘Most Far-Reaching’

President Trump described his administration’s deregulation efforts in remarks at the White House on Thursday. He then stood between two piles of paper representing government regulations in 1960,
Fight to Save Open-Internet Rules Faces Long Odds in Courtrooms

Fight to Save Open-Internet Rules Faces Long Odds in Courtrooms

Within minutes of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission vote to roll back Obama-era net neutrality regulations, threats of lawsuits to block the move rolled in.
Texas Attorney General’s Aide Resigns After Mocking #MeToo Movement

Texas Attorney General’s Aide Resigns After Mocking #MeToo Movement

Andrew D. Leonie, right, with Texas’ attorney general, Ken Paxton. Mr. Leonie resigned as associate deputy attorney general after mocking the #MeToo movement.
Does Net Neutrality’s Repeal Create a Regulatory Crack or a Chasm?

Does Net Neutrality’s Repeal Create a Regulatory Crack or a Chasm?

The Federal Communication Commission’s decision to scrap net-neutrality rules doesn’t necessarily mean the internet won’t be regulated.
Obamacare Subsidy Lawsuit Settled by White House, Democrats

Obamacare Subsidy Lawsuit Settled by White House, Democrats

A long-running lawsuit between the Trump administration, House Republicans and Democratic attorneys general over billions of dollars of Obamacare subsidies has been settled, according to an agreement