Policy proposal outlines path to isolate Communist regime
Case could heighten pressure on President Biden to deliver on racial-equity agenda
Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar received a waiver to argue a case involving her former employer
Justice Department lawyers claim rule is not actually a 'mandate'
Margaret Goodlander serves as counsel to AG Merrick Garland, who oversees the probe
Justices are expected to authorize vouchers at religious schools
Judiciary chairman calls not guilty verdict a 'miscarriage of justice'
Government lawyers trigger process to produce quick decision on mandate's legality