By Colleen Long, Associated Press
U.S. District Court Judge Amit Mehta says in his ruling Friday that Trump's words during a rally before the violent storming of the U.S. Capitol were "plausibly words of incitement not protected by the First Amendment."…
By Michael Sisak, Associated Press
A judge has ruled former President Donald Trump must answer questions under oath in a New York investigation into his business practices.
By William Brangham, Tess Conciatori
A filing last week from the special counsel investigating the origins of the Russia probe has ignited a misleading media firestorm on the right that Hillary Clinton's campaign was guilty of illegally spying on Donald Trump. In a column this…
By Farnoush Amiri, Associated Press
The panel is further expanding its review into efforts to falsely declare Donald Trump the winner of the 2020 election in several swing states.
The longtime accounting firm of former President Trump has cut ties with him, stating they could no longer stand by a decade of financial statements they prepared for the Trump Organization. This latest news comes amid ongoing criminal and civil…
By Geoff Bennett, Matt Loffman
There were more headlines Thursday about Donald Trump and his potential mishandling of White House records, including questions about whether the former president broke federal law. Chuck Rosenberg, a former U.S. attorney and senior FBI official, joins Geoff Bennett to…
Oversight committee Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney said Thursday she's "deeply concerned" the records were not provided to the National Archives" promptly at the end of the Trump administration and "appear to have been removed from the White House."…
The committee is demanding information and testimony from Navarro, who they say was involved in efforts to delay Congress' certification of the 2020 election and ultimately change the election results.
By Geoff Bennett, Saher Khan
The New York Times is reporting that six weeks after the 2020 election former President Trump directed his attorney Rudy Guiliani to ask the Department of Homeland Security if it could take possession of voting machines in key swing states.
NPR’s White House correspondent Asma Khalid and Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report join Judy Woodruff to discuss the latest political news, including President Biden's U.S. Supreme Court selection and how the confirmation process should be handled in the…
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