A young father was terrorized at home by armed bounty hunters, and police officers watched it happen.
'Judge ruled our Subpoena is valid. We will conduct a forensic audit of the Maricopa County Election,' state Sen. Warren Petersen said.
Daniel Uhlfelder made a name for himself by playing political games. Finally, the consequences of his actions are catching up to him.
'People need to understand they should not be scared or intimidated. We have our constitutional right to speak out in opposition.'
Schumer is scheming to erase Trump's legacy.
'If enough lawsuits are filed, Biden’s agenda could be blocked in the courts until Republicans can take back Congress and the White House.'
Cuomo Suffers Significant Court Loss After Challenge from Restaurant Owners Angry About Being Shut Down
The ruling said there had been 'irreparable injury' to the restaurants impacted by the indoor dining ban in New York.
A Black Lives Matter activist who allegedly joined the Capitol incursion is facing charges for his role in the rioting.
Senator Joe Manchin just made his move to consolidate political power among moderates in the 117th Congress.
Robbie Dinero, a New York gym owner who has been battling his state's lockdown rules, has won a round in court.
US Judge Releases Ex-Osama bin Laden Henchman Early Because His Obesity Makes COVID 'Significantly More Risky'
His lawyer said his 'continued incarceration now significantly increases his risk of infection, which could wreak disastrous health outcomes.'
'Petitioners have a likelihood of success on the merits of its Pennsylvania Constitutional claim,' the judge said.
A Ventura County pastor has managed to find a way for his flock to meet using a rather secular loophole created by a court ruling.
The grant of appeal came following a ruling by US District Judge Matthew Brann that dismissed the Trump campaign case.
The ruling follows attempts by Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar, a Democrat, to unilaterally extend the ballot identification deadline.
Bondi claimed some Republican election monitors were prevented from observing ballot counting by a barrier which was up to 100 feet away.
'A Greenlight to Crime': Seattle Considers Excusing Poor and Mentally Ill People from Misdemeanor Charges
Seattle is considering a new law that would allow people to avoid jail by claiming poverty or substance abuse led them to commit a crime.
You have to wonder if AOC is actually this ignorant of American history, or if she just thinks her followers are.
'The crux of the legal argument is that orders that have been issued by the governor and the Department of Health are legally unenforceable.'
'Something in the sculpture has been captivating women's attention,' the artist said.
Those fighting the Democrat's order said the tight restrictions made it impossible for some businesses to both operate and earn a profit.