Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about the significance of John Dowd's resignation as personal counsel to President Trump.
Jonathan Turley writes in USA Today on the costs of Trump's legal strategy after his setback in the Zervos case in New York.
Robert Brauneis is quoted in the Neiman Journalism Lab about a study he conducted on the limits of transparency around big data analytics.
Lawrence A. Cunningham is quoted in Slate on why the Trump–Daniels damages clause is illegal.
Jonathan Turley is quoted in Politico on how Trump's civil lawsuits could be more threatening to him than the Russia probe.
Stephen A. Saltzburg speaks to NPR about Joe DiGenova, a former federal prosecutor and well-known Washington lawyer.
Jeffrey Rosen's book, William Howard Taft, is reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.
Alan B. Morrison is quoted in Marketplace on how legislative tools like the CRA allow Congress to eliminate federal regulations.
Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about the potential criminal exposure for Andrew McCabe and how the controversy could implicate James Comey.