Their grievance focuses on a Philadelphia judge whose cases were removed from his court, apparently because department officials deemed him too slow to make decisions on deportation orders.
Her decision stops short of ordering the president to quit preventing critics from viewing his Twitter account, saying it is enough to point out that his practice is unconstitutional.
In a segment dedicated to analyzing flaws in the way immigrants' legal cases are tried, the "Last Week Tonight" host points out some pretty serious problems.
While a lawsuit proceeds, a judge orders the Trump administration not to deny reproductive choice to pregnant minors held in federal custody.
American political forces, not Kremlin masterminds, are responsible for the ongoing damage to our democracy.
The attorney general breaks from prepared remarks in a speech on human trafficking to praise Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
The attorney general's rescinding of Obama-era "hands-off" guidance to federal prosecutors is sending shock waves through the marijuana industry, but its impact is likely to be limited.