Feds Ask Court to Toss McGahn Subpoena Case After Impeachment

The Justice Department cried moot Thursday in arguing the D.C. Circuit should drop the case to enforce former White House counsel Don McGahn’s congressional subpoena after the House approved articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.

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Ex-National Security Adviser Argues Subpoena Case Isn’t Moot

Hours after six House committees rolled out articles of impeachment, a former top adviser to President Donald Trump was in D.C. federal court Tuesday over a rescinded subpoena that he argues Democrats could revive in a Senate trial. 

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Panel Rules for Visa Lottery Winners Fighting Travel Ban

The D.C. Circuit gave would-be immigrants impacted by a version of President Donald Trump’s travel ban another chance Tuesday to secure their spot in the yearly diversity visa lottery after they were denied entry into the U.S. following a lengthy legal battle.

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