The nation's highest court rarely allows such a move to leapfrog over the usual appeals process.
NBC and other outlets have reported that the agency recently concluded that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The president also said Thursday he will close entry at the border if he deems it necessary to prevent immigration.
Two U.S. officials said military police at the border are already training with riot gear and there are plans to send more MPs to the border in California.
"From the earliest stages of this case, the Government made demonstrably false statements to the Court designed to delay the proceedings," wrote the judge.
Nationally, Democrats have 53.1 percent of all votes counted while Republicans took 45.2 percent.
"They weren't classified like Hillary Clinton. They weren't deleted like Hillary Clinton," he told reporters Tuesday.
The 4,000 migrants have used WhatsApp text message groups to communicate along their journey, and DHS personnel have joined those groups to gather info.
At the Obama Foundation Summit, the former president urged attendees to "remake the world," which "badly needs remaking."
Trump told reporters he finished answering the questions on Monday.
"Maybe he did and maybe he didn't!" the president said of whether Crown Prince Mohammed bid Salman knew of the journalist's slaying.
"Unfortunately I can't guarantee that your pardons won't be enjoined by the Ninth Circuit. Always happens," he said at a White House event Tuesday.
"Until the White House provided her the same guidance they had to others who started before she did, Ms. Trump sometimes used her private account," a Trump spokesman said.
"It will be absolutely imperative ... that we come away with a plan for identifying all of the weapons in question," the vice president told NBC News.
The president had accused the state of mismanagement of its forests and threatened to withhold federal funding.
"Once they realized it was a serious request, the career guys were furious," a U.S. official said of request tied to Khashoggi killing.
"Big news Wednesday...Hillary's campaign will die this week," Randy Credico appears to have texted Stone six days before WikiLeaks email dump.
Trump's backing for the package, which is still being drafted in the Senate, has been seen as a key factor in providing political cover for Republicans and Democrats to vote for the overhaul.
"Indivisible," which organized protests around the country against the president, has written a 'how-to' guide for a progressive agenda in Congress.
The activist and former White House intern penned an essay explaining her participation in "The Clinton Affair," a new documentary series.
President Trump's legal team is nearing completion of written answers to questions posed by special counsel Robert Mueller on Russia.
"It is the position of the Office of the First Lady that she no longer deserves the honor of serving in this White House," a spokeswoman said.
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Election observers and law enforcement alike say there's no fraud in Broward County, despite President Donald Trump's assertions.
Trump bypassed Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general who is overseeing the special counsel investigation, in favor of Matt Whitaker for acting AG.
Sinema, who narrowly defeated Republican Martha McSally, is the states's first Democrat elected to the Senate in 30 years.