Biden’s Judicial Counterpunch to Trump Begins

With a diverse initial slate of nominees, the president is starting to try to neutralize his predecessor’s profound influence on the courts. By Giovanni Russonello President Biden today announced the first 11 judicial nominees of his term, a diverse list

As House Was Breached, a Fear ‘We’d Have to Fight’ to Get Out

WASHINGTON — The mob of Trump supporters pressed through police barricades, broke windows and battered their way with metal poles through entrances to the Capitol. Then, stunningly, they breached the “People’s House” itself, forcing masked police officers to draw their