Trump says "fake news" about New York Times report that he paid $750 in federal income taxes while in office
President Trump took to the podium Sunday hours after a bombshell New York Times report alleged he only paid $750 in federal income taxes in 2017, the year he took office. Mr. Trump insisted the report was 'fake news' an
Google calls antitrust case "deeply flawed"
Google says the Justice Department's lawsuit alleging competitive abuses is 'deeply flawed' and would fail to help consumers. Driving the news: The Justice Department and 11 states Tuesday filed an antitrust case against Google, accusing the company of using anticompetitive tactics to illegally monopolize the online search and search advertising markets.Competition LawLawsuitOnline AdvertisingWeb Search EngineU.S. District CourtGoogle SearchJustice MinisterThe Wall Street JournalDOJFederal CourtFederal OfficialsFederal District CourtEuropean UnionFirefoxGoogle OfficialsRead Full Story
Do voters care about Trump taxes?
US election 2020: Do voters care about Trump taxes?. The revelations about President Donald Trump's taxes have been described as a jolt to the US election campaign that could reshape the race. But what do voters think?.
Trump’s TikTok restrictions ‘likely exceed’ his legal authority, federal judge says
The Trump administration “likely” exceeded its legal authority with its order to ban TikTok downloads in the U.S. and impose other restrictions on the video-sharing platform, a federal judge wrote in a legal opinion
Federal judge orders nationwide 2020 census counting to continue through October 31
(CNN) — A federal judge in California ruled late Thursday night that national counting for the 2020 census can continue through October 31. The judgment is expected to be appealed by the Justice Department. The Nationa
Federal judge asks Trump to clarify tweet about declassifying 'Russian Hoax' documents
A federal court judge asked the Trump administration Friday to figure out if the president really wants to declassify material about the investigation into Russian involvement in his election. The U.S. Department of Justice was given until noon on Tuesday, Oct. 20, to have either President Trump who someone who...Justice DepartmentThe Trump AdministrationFederal JudgesFBIFederal CourtU.S. District CourtTwitterCourt HearingFederal District CourtReggie B. WaltonRussian InvolvementMr. TrumpClarificationDeclarationsPlaintiffsDonald TrumpRobert MuellerGeorge W. BushRead Full Story
Hundreds of billions of dollars in unused aid could be reallocated, say Fed Chair Powell and Secretary Mnuchin
Hundreds of billions of dollars in unused funds from a $2.3 trillion coronavirus aid package could be reallocated to help U.S. households and businesses, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell and Treasury Secretary Steven
Felon voting rights leader won't be 'bullied' — DeSantis flings open Florida ahead of election — Trump picks Barrett over Lagoa — Panhandle wonders why help isn't coming
Hello and welcome to Monday. The daily rundown — Between Saturday and Sunday, the number of Florida coronavirus cases increased by 1,882 (nearly 0.3 percent), to 700,564: total hospitalizations went up 64 (0.1 percent)
Federal judge denies challenge to the way Ohio handles absentee ballots
Ohio has reported more than 1 million absentee ballot requests. A federal judge denied a challenge to the way the state of Ohio processes absentee ballots, just 36 days before the election. Currently in Ohio, to secure a
Louisville man federally charged after alleged threats to shoot LMPD officers on Facebook Live
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - Federal charges have been announced for a Louisville man who allegedly threatened to shoot police in a livestream. Cortez Lamont Edwards, 29, has been charged federally with being a felon in poss