John Dean says Brett Kavanaugh would have presidents immune from criminal charges01:10
Former Nixon White House counsel John Dean said Friday that if Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is confirmed, and the president were to shoot someone on New York’s Fifth Avenue — as President Trump joked in 2016 he could safely do — that president would be immune from consequences while they in the White House.
Mystery case at Supreme Court is apparently tied to Mueller investigation01:15
Ruth Bader Ginsburg recovering following lung-cancer surgery01:26
Supreme Court takes up closely-watched double jeopardy case01:12
MTP Compressed: President Trump attacks judiciary, sides with Saudi Arabia, threatens border shutdown01:09
Chief Justice Roberts challenges Trump for ‘Obama judge’ comment in rare rebuke01:09
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized with three broken ribs00:50