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Congress Has Right to Sue to Enforce Subpoena, Court Rules

House Democrats scored a significant and potentially far-reaching victory over the Trump administration and its expansive view of presidential power with a federal appeals court ruling that Congress can sue to enforce subpoenas of senior White House officials.

Federal Court Dismisses Trump Water Rule Challenge in Oregon

One of the first challenges brought against the Trump administration’s Clean Water Act rule redefining federal jurisdiction over the nation’s waters was dismissed by a federal judge in Oregon late Thursday, according to lawyers on the video conference call with the judge.

Stimulus Talks Near Collapse Amid White House-Democratic Rancor

Negotiations on a new coronavirus relief bill edged toward the brink of collapse after a meeting Thursday between White House officials and top congressional Democrats ended with each side accusing the other of being unwilling to compromise and the biggest issues far from resolved.

Coronavirus and the Ballot Box

What will it take to have a free, fair -- and safe -- election? How do we vote during the Coronavirus crisis?

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