”I’m Sorry for the Tweet That I Sent”: Inside the Bonkers Michael Cohen-Matt Gaetz Apology

Michael Cohen was trying to decompress. He’d just returned to his hotel room after his five-hour public hearing before the House Oversight Committee during which he called President Donald Trump a cheat, a liar, a… Read More

Judge demands answers from Roger Stone on book that could violate gag order

The judge in charge of Roger Stone’s criminal trial on Friday demanded to know why the court wasn’t made aware of the “imminent general release” of a book that could include discussion of the longtime… Read More

California, N.Y. and other states sue Trump over national emergency to fund border wall

California, New York and 14 other states filed a lawsuit Monday challenging Donald Trump’s national emergency declaration. “Today, on Presidents Day, we take President Trump to court to block his misuse of presidential power,” California… Read More

Trump impeachment more likely after GOP-led Senate votes for budget he hates — ‘the president was weakened today’: MSNBC panel

The defeat President Donald Trump suffered in the U.S. Senate on Thursday may indicate the viability of an impeachment conviction, NBC News national affairs analyst John Heilemann explained on “The Last Word” with Lawrence O’Donnell…. Read More

National emergency will be blocked by courts temporarily, DOJ warns White House – ABC News

The Justice Department has warned the White House a national emergency declaration is nearly certain to be blocked by the courts on, at least, a temporary basis, preventing the immediate implementation of the president’s plan… Read More

Mueller Team Believes Potential Trump Pardon Tainted Manafort’s Cooperation

Last week’s release of the court transcript of a pre-sentencing hearing offered a rare view inside special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation. But like jazz, what the document doesn’t say is arguably more important than… Read More