The Power of Money: How Autocrats Use London to Strike Foes Worldwide


English courtrooms have become a battleground — and a source of powerful weapons — in fierce disputes between the tycoons and the politicians of the post-Soviet world. Online-PR: … unsere digitale Pressearbeit im Internet hilft […]

McGahn Breaks Little New Ground in Closed-Door Testimony

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A transcript of the former White House counsel’s appearance, which ended a two-year dispute between the Justice Department and Congress over a subpoena, will be made public next week.

Biden Creating Commission to Study Expanding the Supreme Court

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The commission will also examine other potential changes such as term limits for justices. Progressives are pushing President Biden to add seats to balance the court’s conservative majority.

Biden’s Judicial Nominees Have Diverse Backgrounds


The president’s first choices for district and appeals court openings reflected his campaign promise to choose judges from outside of traditional backgrounds.

What Are the Questions for Potential Jurors in the Derek Chauvin Trial?


A jury questionnaire shows what each side may be looking for as jury selection begins next week. Our reporters analyzed some of the questions.

Biden Won’t Restore Bar Association’s Role in Vetting Judges

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The decision not to give the American Bar Association names of potential nominees for evaluation came after progressives criticized the group for undercutting a push for diversity.