The president abruptly revokes the security clearance of ex-CIA Director John Brennan, an unprecedented act of retribution against a critical former top U.S. official.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals also says there isn't enough evidence to support a nationwide ban on the executive order and sends the case back to the lower court.
House Speaker Paul Ryan comes out against an effort by a small group of conservatives to impeach Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
Republican Sen. John McCain says if the president is not prepared to hold Putin accountable for Russian interference in the 2016 elections, the Helsinki summit should not take place.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announces the indictments two days ahead of President Trump's summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
It is the first time in decades the government has challenged a standing legal doctrine by suing to block a merger.
The Justice Department told Congress in a report in March that it has new information about the brutal murder of the black teenager in Mississippi that helped inspire the civil rights movement.
The policy shift would give schools and universities the federal government's blessing to take a race-neutral approach to the students they consider for admission.
The Trump administration issues a reunification fact sheet, saying it knows the location of all the children it has separated from parents or guardians at the border.
The Justice Department gives House Republicans more than 1,000 documents related to the Russia investigation and the handling of its probe into Hillary Clinton's emails.