The Supreme Court considered cases involving three individuals who say they were fired from their jobs for being either gay or transgender.
"Our office takes seriously any threat to the lives and well-being of our fellow citizens," the top federal prosecutor in the Eastern District of Virginia said.
Ahead of Trump's speech, hundreds of West Point graduates penned an open letter to the academy's class of 2020 warning of the tumult of contemporary politics.
McGrath's campaign now has $19.3 million in cash on hand, compared to the McConnell campaign's war chest totaling $15.4 million.
The three-judge panel suggested it might be inappropriate for them to force the hand of the trial court, at least for now, before the judge issued his ruling on the motion to dismiss.
Sidney Powell, a high-profile legal commentator often appearing on Fox News and member of Flynn's legal team, called Gleeson's claims "predictable and wrong."
The video of Buffalo police officers shoving Martin Gugino went viral last week, leading to widespread condemnation of the incident.
"The NYPD is exactly the wrong agency to be endowed with the critical task of safeguarding our rights as New Yorkers," Comptroller Scott Stringer said.
"The time is past to rely solely on the good faith and discretion of the Denver Police Department," the judge wrote, adding that the department "has failed in its duty to police its own."
Court records show that Anthony Brennan was released from police custody after posting bond Saturday morning.
In 2015, 985,300 United States residents experienced a non-lethal use of force by police or a threatened use of force.
"While many have peacefully expressed their anger and grief, others have hijacked protests to engage in lawlessness, violent rioting and arson," Barr said at a press conference.
Graham's probe kicked off in earnest Wednesday when the Judiciary Committee heard the testimony of the former official who appointed Robert Mueller.
"I have confidence in Mr. Mueller's integrity," former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein testified Wednesday.
"Anecdotal evidence we have collected suggests indigent defense counsel often 'buy' case assignments by providing campaign donations," the study said.
The vice president further accused the World Health Organization of being China's "willing partner" in its reported concealment of COVID-19 information.
In a joint statement, spokespersons for the U.K., Canada and Australia said they were "deeply concerned" by new security legislation.
The New York Civil Liberties Union sued the governor Friday for penalizing "New Yorkers who wish to engage in protest activity but are barred from doing so."
This is the second move from the Department of Commerce in the past week to clamp down on U.S. exports to China.
A criminal complaint approved by federal prosecutors outlines six charges against Muge Ma, including wire fraud, bank fraud and making false statements to a bank.
The Anti-Defamation League, a U.S. non-profit, has long named Iran as a premier backer of global anti-Semitism.
In a classified State Department memo obtained by Newsweek, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo suggested Russia may been capturing images of infrastructure for the purposes of targeting it with "conventionally-armed, precision-guided weapons."
"The Secretary of State, like so many other organizations, has the authority to send out voter applications to all voters," one official told Newsweek.
The Chinese government may enforce several "countermeasures" against U.S. companies in retaliation for the Trump administration's plans to crack down on shipments of semiconductors to Huawei from chipmakers worldwide.
There are "no drugs or other therapeutics presently approved" to combat COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, according to the CDC.
In a 6-2 decision on Thursday, the Supreme Court decided that the upcoming June election for a seat on the high court need not be held.
The law prohibits, among other things, the sale of unapproved new drugs or drugs that do not bear adequate directions for use.
China's "behavior in cyberspace is an extension of its counterproductive actions throughout the COVID-19 pandemic," Pompeo said.
In a whistleblower complaint filed in early May, Bright alleged that he was reassigned in retaliation for his reluctance to promote an unproven drug to treat COVID-19.