On Monday night, a federal judge described President Trump’s executive order attempting to defund sanctuary cities as “unconstitutional on its face” and permanently blocked its implementation.
The Trump administration announced on Monday that it was rescinding the temporary protected status of some 60,000 Haitians who have lived and worked in the U.S. since 2010, when an earthquake devastated the Caribbean island.
Bill O’Neill, a Supreme Court judge in Ohio and now-former gubernatorial candidate, has apologized for boasting about all the sex he’s had in a bizarre Facebook post, apparently typed to defend “heterosexual males” everywhere.
When Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and his wife Louise Linton posed for a Associated Press photographer holding a sheet of freshly printed dollar bills, it was literally the money shot. Photos of the villainous couple were instantly memed and accurately described as such, but Mnuchin isn’t at all concerned. In fact…
Homeland Security’s head of faith-based outreach, Rev. Jamie Johnson, resigned on Thursday after CNN resurfaced racist comments he made on conservative radio shows in recent years.
The Sullivan County Sheriff’s office in East Tennessee launched a particularly dystopian version of Bingo on Wednesday. It’s called “Busted Bingo” and its premise, if the name wasn’t revealing enough, makes a gameshow out of outstanding arrest warrants.
On Wednesday, a federal judge ruled that the Justice Department couldn’t withhold funding from Philadelphia simply because of its status as a sanctuary city.
Roy Moore’s campaign to discredit the five women who have accused him of pursuing them as teenagers when he was well into his 30s reached a new height of absurdity on Wednesday. During a thoroughly hyped but ultimately uneventful press conference, Phillip Jauegui, one of the Alabama Senate candidate’s lawyers,…
In President Trump’s perfect universe, all of his discriminatory, objectively dangerous, and entirely shitty administration nominees would be approved by the Senate. He just might get his wish! On Monday, the Senate confirmed Steven Bradbury’s nomination to general counsel of the Transportation Department.
A transgender active-duty service member underwent gender-affirming surgery on Tuesday afternoon. Her surgery, NBC News reported, was paid for by the Department of Defense despite President Trump’s repeated attempts to ban trans people from the military.
The Republican National Committee has decided to do the bare minimum and cut off its financial support of Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, an accused sexual predator.
An overwhelming majority of Australians voted “yes” in a national survey assessing support for same-sex marriage. Results of the survey are non-binding, but it opens the door for Australia’s parliament to introduce legislation that would legalize same-sex marriages.
Brett Talley, an attorney President Trump nominated to a lifetime federal judgeship in Alabama, has never tried a case in a grand total of three years practicing law. But wait! There’s more. Talley, whose nomination was advanced by the Senate Judiciary Committee last Thursday, also conveniently forgot to mention one…
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is mulling over naming a special counsel to investigate several alleged misdeeds relating to his boss’ political rival, Hillary Clinton.
Roy Moore, a Republican running for U.S. Senate in Alabama, was reportedly banned from his hometown mall in Gadsden, AL, for incessantly harassing teenage girls when he was adult, according to The New Yorker’s Charles Bethea.