Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about the released four-page memo from the House Intelligence Committee and its significance.
Jonathan Turley is mentioned in the Los Angeles Daily News about California's new employer law.
Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about the boycotting of the State of the Union by various members of Congress.
Jonathan Turley speaks to WBUR-FM's "On Point" about the FBI's investigation into the Trump campaign.
Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about the partisan provision in the tax bill: the limitation on the deduction for state and local taxes.
Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Washington Post on whether lying to the American public can be evidence of crimes like obstruction.
Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about the current state of politics for Donald Trump and for Republicans and Democrats in Congress.
Jonathan Turley is quoted in the Financial Times about Trump's attempt to fire Robert Mueller and whether obstruction occurred.
Jessica Tillipman speaks to "Bribe, Swindle or Steal" on how the government and others use suspension or debarment for punishment.
Sara Rosenbaum is quoted in Reuters about a lawsuit challenging the government's approval of work requirements for Medicaid recipients.
Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about James Comey teaching a course on ethical leadership at the College of William & Mary.