Sen. Chuck Grassley, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, asked Supreme Cort nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch whether Roe v. Wade was "decided correctly." During his reply, Gorsuch said, “Roe v. Wade is a precedent of the Supreme Court...It was reaffirmed in Casey ... and in several other cases.”
During Judge Neil Gorsuch's confirmation hearing for the Supreme Court, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., asked him whether or not he thought Roe v. Wade amounted to a “superprecedent,” a relatively new judicial theory that says some rulings are so deeply embedded in the law they should be especially hard to overturn.
The Justice Department and FBI do not have any information supporting President Trump's tweets alleging that President Obama ordered him to be wiretapped, said FBI Director James Comey during testimony before the House Intelligence Committee on Monday.
FBI Director James Comey confirmed to the House Intelligence Committee that his agency is investigating possible links between the Russia government and Donald Trump campaign associates in the 2016 presidential election in the United States.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, during a joint press conference with South Korean Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se, said the countries "stand together in facing what was once a regional security challenge."
During an interview with Tucker Carlson on Fox News, President Donald Trump hinted that something more may be coming in regards to the claim that former president Barack Obama wiretapped Trump Tower
A federal judge in Hawaii blocked Trump's new travel ban.
At a campaign-style rally in Nashville, Trump told the crowd that the judge's action makes America look "weak." The revised ban temporarily suspends the U.S. refugee program and bars the entry of people from certain Muslim-majority countries.
The DOJ accused two Russian intelligence officers and two hackers, one from Russia and the other from Kazakhstan,of breaking into Yahoo's network and stealing information in 2013 and 2014. Both spies are both in Russia and may never be apprehended, despite the indictments.
Bipartisan leaders of the US. House of Representatives Intelligence Committee discuss President Trump's wiretapping claims at a press conference, explaining that they have not yet seen any evidence to support the claims, and calling on the president to clarify his statements.
The acknowledgement came shortly before MSNBC host Rachel Maddow reported on two pages of President Trump's 2005 tax forms on her Tuesday night show. Trump refused to release his returns during the campaign, breaking a decades-long tradition.
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