SCOTUS Puts Judges Smack In The Middle Of The POTUS-Congress Subpoena Fight
Did the Supreme Court Just Usher In A New Forever War Over Congressional Subpoenas Of The President?
How a Key Federal Civil Rights Agency Was Sidelined as Historic Protests Erupted
Launched by President Lyndon Johnson in 1964, the Community Relations Service has been without a director and short-staffed during recent unrest. The Trump administration has repeatedly tried to eliminate the agency.
One Federal Agency Was Suing Him for Fraud. Another Paid His Company Millions for Masks.
Court records show the federal government gave $20 million in contracts to a company partly controlled by a man with a history of shady business practices.