Jonathan Turley speaks to Bloomberg about the indictment of 13 Russians and three entities linked in the 2016 U.S. election.
Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about the legal problems surrounding Trump and his personal life.
Emily Hammond is quoted in E&E Daily about her testimony on the EPA's New Source Review program.
Lawrence A. Cunningham is quoted by CNBC about Berkshire's investment in Teva Pharmaceutical.
"The FBI Wants to Send 2,300 Employees Out of the D.C. Region. Why This Might Be a Sign of Things to Come."
David Fontana is quoted in the Washington Business Journal about the federalism argument and what it means to place people outside of D.C.
Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Washington Times on whether the Espy case prevents Mr. Mueller from questioning Mr. Trump.
Neil H. Buchanan writes in Newsweek about the idea of Democrats reconnecting with the people who voted for Donald Trump.
Emily Hammond testified about the EPA's plans to change the way it reviews polluters' compliance—or lack thereof—with the Clean Air Act.
Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about the experts suggesting that Devin Nunes could be charged with obstruction.
Jonathan Turley speaks to Fox News about the idea that Rep. Devin Nunes could be charged with obstruction in the Trump-Russia probe.
Jeffrey Rosen interviews Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on C-SPAN about the #MeToo movement and other social movements.
Jonathan Turley is quoted in Vox about the legal meaning of due process.
Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about questions of national security related to the release of the "Nunes memo."
Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Washington Post about where the federal government's authority ends and state authority begins.
Robert W. Tuttle is quoted in HuffPost about the religious school being sued after a teen allegedly experienced bullying of a racist nature.