Supreme Court has mixed ruling on Trump tax cases
The Supreme Court issued a mixed verdict Thursday on demands for President Donald Trump's financial records that will keep his tax returns, banking, and other documents out of the public eye for the time being. (July 9)
'Not fair': Trump rages over Supreme Court decisions involving his financial records
The decisions won't make Trump's taxes imminently public.
What A Supreme Court Ruling Means For Native Americans And Oklahoma
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with journalist Rebecca Nagle about Thursday's Supreme Court ruling that much of eastern Oklahoma falls within an Indian reservation.
Trump Says The Supreme Court Rulings On His Tax Records Are 'Not Fair'
President Trump complained the Supreme Court rulings that prevent him from blocking access to his tax returns were "not fair" — even though they are unlikely to be released before Election Day.
Rep. Maxine Waters On The Supreme Court Rulings On Trump's Tax Records
NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with House Financial Services Committee Chairwoman Maxine Waters about the Supreme Court rulings on subpoenas seeking President Trump's pre-presidential financial records.
Pelosi on SCOTUS decision: Trump not above the law
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi applauded the Supreme Court's decision to uphold the Manhattan district attorney's demand for Trump's tax returns by 7-2 votes. (July 9)
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McCarthy: Subpoena for Trump taxes 'political'
GOP leader Kevin McCarthy said the New York district attorney's subpoena for President Donald Trump's tax returns is "more political than anything else" after The Supreme Court issued a mixed verdict on demands for Trump's financial records. (July 9)
Democrats Can't Seem To Agree On Whether Supreme Court Tax Rulings Are Good News
Many lawmakers have celebrated the rulings as a sign that the president is not above the law, but others see it as a subtle abdication of executive power.
Supreme Court Backs Native American Rights Over Eastern Half Of Oklahoma
The Supreme Court Thursday reinforced Native American legal rights within a wide swatch of Oklahoma, rebuffing an argument from the state that Congress disbanded reservations in a series of statutes leading up to Oklahoma statehood in 1907.
The Supreme Court’s unanimous — and biting — rebuke of one of Trump’s many ‘absolute’ claimsOlder articles »
Trump claimed absolute immunity from state investigations. Chief Justice John Roberts noted that not even his solicitor general would back that up -- and even the two dissenting justices acknowledged his argument was bunk.