Judge sides with Trump administration over lawsuit from Title X changes

A car drives past a Planned Parenthood clinic in Chicago.
Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images

U.S. District Court Judge Trevor McFadden ruled in favor of the Trump administration over a lawsuit that stemmed from changes to the Title X program, The Hill reports.

The details: The administration announced new requirements for the program earlier this year, which gives grants to "organizations providing reproductive health service for low-income women and men." Planned Parenthood was joined by other organizations in suing the administration, demanding the changes be discarded because the administration didn't have a formal rule-making process by requiring "a public notice and comment period," per The Hill. But McFadden ruled that courts can't make an agency undergo that process for a change in procedure.

Comey urges to vote Democrat: "History has its eyes on us"

On the heels of Trump's controversial Eurotour, former FBI director James Comey — a formerly longtime registered Republican who has served Republican and Democrat presidents — pushed out a tweet late Tuesday urging "all those who believe in this country" to vote Democrat during the 2018 midterm elections.

Martha Roby has won the Alabama GOP run-off

Four-term incumbent GOP Rep. Martha Roby beat out Democrat-turned-Republican Bobby Bright to represent Alabama's second district.

Why it matters: This was a weird race. Although conservatives ditched Roby after she condemned President Trump for the "Access Hollywood" tape, he recently endorsed her in a tweet because having a critical Republican member of Congress is better for him than a Republican who used to vote with Nancy Pelosi.