Undeterred by dismissals and admonitions from judges, President Donald Trump’s campaign continued with its efforts to overturn the results of the Nov 3. election Sunday, saying it had filed a new petition with the Supreme Court.
A second federal inmate scheduled to be put to death next month in a series of executions by the Trump administration has tested positive for COVID-19, his lawyers said Friday.
Vice President Mike Pence was vaccinated for COVID-19 on Friday in a live-television event aimed at reassuring Americans the vaccine is safe. He celebrated the shot as “a medical miracle” that could eventually contain the raging coronavirus pandemic.
Republican senators on Wednesday further perpetuated President Donald Trump’s baseless claims of widespread voter fraud, two days after Democrat Joe Biden’s victory was sealed by the Electoral College.
President Donald Trump is considering pushing to have a special counsel appointed to advance a federal tax investigation into the son of President-elect Joe Biden, setting up a potential showdown with incoming acting attorney general Jeffrey Rosen.
A federal court next week is expected to consider whether to invalidate a program that shields from deportation immigrants brought to the United States as children, potentially creating complications for the incoming administration of President-elect Joe Biden.
Attorney General William Barr, one of President Donald Trump’s staunchest allies, is departing amid lingering tension over the president’s claims of election fraud and the investigation into President-elect Joe Biden’s son.
The Electoral College has confirmed Joe Biden as the nation’s next president, ratifying his November victory over President Donald Trump.
The Trump administration continued its series of post-election federal executions Friday by putting to death a Louisiana truck driver who severely abused his 2-year-old daughter for weeks in 2002, then killed her by slamming her head repeatedly against a truck’s windows and dashboard.
Conservative lawyer Sidney Powell has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to decertify Democratic President-elect Joe Biden’s victory over Republican President Donald Trump in Arizona.
Presidential electors are meeting across the United States on Monday to formally choose Joe Biden as the nation’s next president.
For all Trump’s predictions that the U.S. Supreme Court and his three appointed justices would make things right, he and his supporters were lacking one basic element: a strong legal argument that might plausibly attract some sympathy on a court now dominated by conservative justices.
President Donald Trump lost a federal lawsuit argued by Indianapolis attorneys while his attorney was arguing his case before a skeptical Wisconsin Supreme Court in another lawsuit that liberal justices said “smacks of racism” and would disenfranchise hundreds of thousands of voters only in the state’s most diverse counties.
The Texas lawsuit asking the U.S. Supreme Court to invalidate President-elect Joe Biden’s victory has quickly become a conservative litmus test, as 106 members of Congress and multiple state attorneys general — including Indiana’s — signed onto the case even as some who joined predicted it will fail.
A federal judge Thursday cast doubt on President Donald Trump’s lawsuit filed by Indiana Lawyers that seeks to overturn President-elect Joe Biden’s win in Wisconsin, saying siding with Trump would be “the most remarkable ruling in the history of this court or the federal judiciary.”
President Donald Trump’s legal team from Kroger Gardis & Regas LLP in Indianapolis will be appearing in federal court in Wisconsin today as the attorneys try to overturn the November election results that showed President-elect Joe Biden won the Badger state.
There’s plenty of noise but no cause for confusion as President Donald Trump vents about how the election turned out and vows to subvert it even still.
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that his campaign will join a case before the Supreme Court challenging election results in Pennsylvania and other states that he lost as he tries to look past the justices’ rejection of a bid to reverse Pennsylvania’s certification of Democrat Joe Biden’s victory.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected Republicans’ bid to reverse Pennsylvania’s certification of President-elect Joe Biden’s victory in the electoral battleground state.
Other than Wisconsin, every state appears to have met a deadline in federal law that essentially means Congress has to accept the electoral votes that will be cast next week and sent to the Capitol for counting on Jan. 6. Those votes will elect Joe Biden as the country’s next president.