The indictment of former White House counsel Gregory Craig gives Trump the opportunity to rein in the Justice Department without seeming partisan
The feds are $234 billion in the red. Looking for hope? Sen. Mike Enzi has some ideas.
The Kentucky Republican is glad Trump stripped ex-CIA Director John Brennan of his security clearance. But Trump shouldn't stop there, Paul says.
The administration says its proposal will make cars more affordable and save lives.
Ignore the Salaciousness of the Ali Watkins Affair. The Real Story Is Feds Spying on a New York Times Reporter.
Trump extends Obama's war on leakers, jeopardizing a free press.
Lots of administration official log-rolling in The Final Year, but little actual analysis
This whole miscarriage of justice on campus is overblown, one CU professor says.
Now that it's in Trump's hands, even the illusion of responsibility is fading.
Democrats Blame Trump for Disappearing Sexual-Assault Report…That Was Archived by Obama Administration
The report's removal from the White House website was totally standard operating procedure.
Justice Department announces tripling of investigations.
DAPA proved particularly controversial among libertarian legal scholars.
Federal regulations drained $1.9 trillion (with a "t") out of the American economy last year.
Welcome to the club! Now let us tell you how to fix it.
Whistleblower who helped make WikiLeaks famous freed after seven years.
In "All the President's Friends: Political Access and Firm Value," finance professors outline three ways government meetings may be valuable to companies.
We've been incessantly assured there's nothing to this story. Perhaps.
But it will not bring back a lot of coal mining jobs.
Removal of Obama Administration's orders erases question about whether the courts should defer.
Trump to withdraw Obama administration's guidance, but that doesn't actually stop case moving forward.
A sad example of how arbitrary politically motivated bureaucratic decisions are replacing the rule of law
On his last day in office, Obama commuted the sentences of 330 inmates. For one of those prisoners, it was a bitter day.
Obama Administration's 2016 U.S. Kill Count Outside "Hostile Areas" at 432 to 442, Including Just 1 'Non-Combatant'
Official government count of "non-combatant" deaths under Obama is between 66 and 118. Other estimates are north of 400.
From starting efforts on police and occupational reform to helping privatize the space race, here are things we'll miss about Barack Obama.
More federal employees will have access to raw intel data gathered without warrants.
Given the administration's treatment of whistleblowers, this would be a big deal.
Justice Department data says just 2.2 percent of U.S. women experience even mild stalking behavior each year.
Some 93,000 immigrants were put through the NSEERS program without a single one being convicted on any terrorism charges.
Obama has not issued more pardons and commutations than any other president or the most in a single day.
Public hearings and documents, not anonymous sources describing unreleased reports, should drive any substantive discussion.
A speech on respecting rule of law and transparency from an administration that did neither.
Standing Rock protesters succeed in blocking Bakken oil pipeline route
Fears that a Trump administration will not be as merciful.
Want to change the rules? Go ask Congress.
Another 79 granted mercy over federal drug war sentences.
Should we expect a scaling back of regulations or even repeals?
Does Title IX mandate accommodation?
Innovation is an opportunity for some to expand government power.
And new federal regulations could add to the cost of rebuilding or force some residents to abandon their homes.