“It’s an incredible long shot” that the Supreme Court would agree to an injunction on the law, one legal scholar said.
Trump’s continued grip on the GOP makes investigations into the January 6 attack vital to safeguarding democracy.
The report details the depths of the pressure campaign that Trump and his allies waged on the Justice Department.
Reproductive rights advocates celebrated the ruling, but noted that the fight isn’t over.
The injunction is necessary “to protect the constitutional rights” of those seeking abortion services, the DOJ said.
The U.S. will argue that Texas’s law “illegally interferes with federal interests,” sources say.
As a candidate in 2016, Trump promised the American people he would make his tax returns public. He never did.
Details over Trump’s pressure campaign on Rosen could be investigated by the January 6 commission.
A DOJ memo says the goal is to keep the department “free from the appearance or reality of inappropriate influence.”
The moratorium on federal executions doesn’t end the death penalty, which Biden campaigned on doing in 2020.