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Supreme Court to hear Trump financial records cases

The Supreme Court said Friday it will consider whether the House and a New York prosecutor can subpoena President Donald Trump's longtime accounting firm and banks for his financial records, two monumental disputes concerning separation of powers and Trump's broad claims of immunity that will be decided in the heart of the presidential campaign.

Kavanaugh delivers first major speech at conservative gala

Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh received an extended standing ovation from members of the conservative Federalist Society on Thursday night as he delivered his first high-profile speech since his tumultuous confirmation hearing a year ago.

Court detour could place some witnesses out of Democrats' reach

A federal judge will consider a lawsuit over a key White House official's House subpoena in mid-December, meaning some key impeachment witnesses like former national security adviser John Bolton may be beyond the reach of Democrats as they try to rapidly pursue their investigation of the President.

Groups seek order for White House to preserve foreign call records

A government transparency group and historical archivist groups have asked a federal court to intervene immediately in the Trump administration's record-keeping practices -- a move that seizes on new allegations that the White House has restricted access to some of President Donald Trump's conversations with world leaders.

Appeals court says Colorado elector didn't have to vote for Clinton

A federal appeals court has found it was unconstitutional for Colorado to block an elector from voting for a candidate other than the winner of the state's popular vote in 2016, which was Hillary Clinton, in a ruling that likely tees up more major court action about the Electoral College in advance of the 2020 presidential election.