Accepting the argument that Trump could give people permission to riot at the Capitol would “make a farce of the rule of law,” one judge wrote.
The oversight board upheld Facebook’s decision to ban the former president but said the company must review the suspension in six months.
“We actually sat at dinner together,” Flynn said of his meal with Vladimir Putin.
After years of propaganda and misleading statistics, child sex trafficking conspiracies have become a gateway to right-wing extremism.
Prosecutors also accused Stone and his wife of putting more than $1 million into corporate accounts to finance a “lavish lifestyle” and avoid paying their tax debt.
The national war over gun control remains at a standstill. But in the small Idaho town of Sandpoint, Second Amendment activists are fortifying the rights they say are constitutionally theirs — no matter the cost.
The rhythms of American life changed in the 2010s. How everything from TV to Trump to Instagram messed with your head just enough that time feels like it melted.
The judge called the decision to reverse an earlier ruling and allow Federico Klein to go home a "close" one.
The new policies sweep away some of the last vestiges of the Trump administration's ban on transgender troops serving openly.
In the latest case, two US Capitol Police officers sued Trump for the injuries they sustained during the Jan. 6 insurrection.
A Judge Ruled Trump’s Campaign Can’t Enforce An Ex-Staffer’s “Unduly Burdensome” Nondisclosure Agreement
The decision keeps alive a legal fight that could end up voiding all NDAs signed by staffers who worked on Trump’s 2016 campaign.
The DC Circuit ruling was applied almost immediately to two defendants in the Oath Keepers conspiracy case who were granted bond.
Arizona Republicans keep losing — but the state party has already turned itself into a Trump machine, still trying to win an election that's long over. And that might be the future of conservatism.
Powell is facing billion-dollar lawsuits after accusing voting technology companies of rigging the election.
Joe Biden And Kamala Harris Condemned The “Scapegoating" Of Asian Americans After The Shooting In Atlanta
“For the last year, we've had people in positions of incredible power scapegoating Asian Americans," Vice President Kamala Harris said in Atlanta.
Federico Klein took an oath to defend the Constitution and then “switched sides,” the judge said on Tuesday.
Trump argued a case he’d filed in Wisconsin wasn’t moot even after Biden took office. The Supreme Court refused to hear it.
Documents obtained by BuzzFeed News show authorities particularly focused on the Proud Boys, even monitoring the hotel they were staying at.
One of the Capitol defendants was identified by an FBI agent he went to college with. Another was arrested trying to stop a relative from getting the COVID vaccine.
Sen. Ron Johnson Told Capitol Security Officials That “Fake” Trump Supporters Started The Capitol Riots
Johnson, who refused to condemn Trump’s lies about the election, suggested Trump supporters were not actually responsible for the Jan. 6 attack.
Merrick Garland Pledged To Investigate The Capitol Insurrection From The Rioters On "Up" As Attorney General
Garland faced questions from the Senate Judiciary Committee on Monday as part of his confirmation process to take over the Justice Department.
In a one-line order, the justices refused to pause a lower court decision that cleared the way for prosecutors to enforce a grand jury subpoena.
A judge found that Eric Munchel and Lisa Eisenhart, his codefendant and his mother, pose “a clear danger to our republic.”
Bennie Thompson, a Mississippi Democrat, filed a claim under the Ku Klux Klan Act against Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani, the Proud Boys, and the Oath Keepers.
The Senate will vote Saturday on former president Trump's guilt in inciting the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection. Seventeen Republicans are needed to convict him.
The remaining 43 Republican senators voted to acquit Trump in his second impeachment trial.
McConnell Said Trump Is Responsible For The Deadly Capitol Insurrection Minutes After Voting Not Guilty
“The leader of the free world cannot spend weeks thundering that shadowy forces are stealing our country and then feign surprise when people believe him and do reckless things.”
Republicans Voted to Acquit Trump For The Deadly Capitol Attack, Tying The Party To His Violence For Years To Come
At the end of Trump’s second impeachment trial, the Republican Party chose him, political violence, delusional conspiracy theories, and armed racist militias over “law and order.”
Senators Surprised Themselves With A Vote On Witnesses, Sending Trump's Impeachment Trial Into Chaos For Hours
Senators unexpectedly agreed to call witnesses in the impeachment trial on Saturday morning, but then decided against it.
The former president’s legal team argued that his speech was protected by the First Amendment and presented long video montages of Democrats saying the word “fight.”