'Texas claimed injury from unanticipated detention costs is sufficiently concrete and imminent,' the judge said.
'The legal answer is embodied in a case the Supreme Court heard in 1964 which has been seminal law since it was decided.'
After Facebook hypocritically attempted to shut down Parler in response to the Capitol incursion, Parler is back with a vengeance.
Daniel Uhlfelder made a name for himself by playing political games. Finally, the consequences of his actions are catching up to him.
'Growing court and congressional changes have led the company to the biggest defensive battle it’s ever faced.'
Elon Musk's company said the job applicant gave an 'unimpressive' interview' and filed the complaint because of his 'hurt feelings.'
A lawsuit brought by the Western Energy Alliance seeks to block the Biden moratorium on oil and gas leases on federal lands.
'I'm going to be here in a year and a half and I'm going to be campaigning against your governor and your crazy secretary of state.'
Graham alleged that after she reopened her salon, Oregon CPS showed up at her home and interviewed her children.
Gohmert and others sued Pence in an effort to force him to block votes for Biden from contested states during certification by Congress.
Michigan’s Democratic attorney general is considering taking action against attorneys who challenged the state’s election results.
Ellis: 'Fight Not Over Yet,' State Legislatures and Alternate GOP Electoral College Delegates Are Key
The ball is really in the court of swing state legislatures, Ellis argued, citing the Constitution's Article II, Section 1.
'You just can’t tell almost 74 million voters to go screw themselves and expect them to continue to respect you.'
A Trump administration official who moved to the Pentagon after Defense Secretary Esper was fired, is suing CNN for defamation.
US District Judge Diane Humetewa, an Obama appointee, dismissed the Republicans' case on Wednesday.
'The chances of [Biden] prevailing in all four of the states, where he was so far behind, the chances of that are one in a quadrillion to the fourth power.'
'Our aim is to roll back Facebook's anticompetitive conduct and restore competition so that innovation and free competition can thrive.'
If even more states join forces with Texas, this could very well be a critical legal battle in deciding the 2020 election.
'Maybe, just maybe, the solution is to root out the rot and drain the swamp everywhere, as President Trump started to do in Washington.'
Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas is ready to argue what could be a landmark elections case if it reaches the US Supreme Court.
Mark Levin, who served as chief of staff to Attorney General Edwin Meese in the Reagan administration, explained why the legal case is strong.