Kellyanne Conway has surpassed 50 violations of the Hatch Act on Twitter alone this past year and consequently violated the website’s Terms of Service.
The president is now officially using the power of his office to help prop up his struggling golf business.
Attorney General Barr was directly implicated in the Ukraine whistleblower complaint, but does not appear to have recused from DOJ matters related to it.
The government has agreed to preserve all relevant records, including the records of conversations and meetings with foreign leaders, pending the outcome of our lawsuit.
The White House's handling of the Ukraine call as exposes alarming recordkeeping practices that are specifically designed to conceal the president’s abuse of his power.
A federal judge just ruled that CREW v. AAN can proceed, issuing the first ever ruling on a motion to dismiss on a citizen suit brought under the FECA.
The president’s behavior with Ukraine strongly merits an impeachment inquiry on its own, but one would also be necessary without it.
Americans for Job Security will register as a political committee and release their donors — the first major release of dark money sources in the post-Citizens United era.
Patton violated the Hatch Act by using her official Twitter account for partisan political activity and by prominently displaying a Trump campaign hat in her office.
Barr must recuse himself from DOJ investigations into the FBI counterintelligence investigation regarding the Russian government’s election interference.
If President Trump would like to avoid the case going further and curtail the serious harms caused by his conduct, now would be a good time to divest from his businesses.