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April 13, 2018

The constitutional question: Can Congress stop Trump from firing Mueller?

“Washington (CNN)– As President Donald Trump rants anew about the Russia investigation, a bipartisan group of senators is trying to jump-start legislation to protect special counsel Robert Mueller from being fired. Debate around the latest proposal offers a reminder of how much power Trump, as chief executive, holds as the Russia investigation related to the 2016 […]

April 10, 2018

Thomas Bossert, Trump’s Chief Adviser on Homeland Security, Is Forced Out

“A day after John R. Bolton went to work as national security adviser, he began shaking up the Trump administration’s national security ranks, ousting President Trump’s chief adviser on homeland security, Thomas P. Bossert. Mr. Bossert’s sudden departure on Tuesday was the latest in an exodus of senior officials, and it leaves the White House short-handed […]

March 30, 2018

Why the Next Person Hit by a Driverless Car Might Not Be Able to Sue

“Geistfeld is Sheila Lubetsky Birbaum Professor of Civil Litigation at New York University School of Law. There is a paradox central to the ongoing ascension of autonomous vehicles. AVs — also called driverless cars — may one day make the world a safer place: by eliminating the human driver and abiding safe operational standards, these machines can […]