The former president has made good on his threat to sue the Washington Post reporter over his use of interview recordings. The lawsuit seeks nearly $50 million in damages.
The sides disagree on whether there should be a special master at all, and how the document review actually should work. Former U.S. attorney Chuck Rosenberg discusses their possible considerations.
The Trump social media company, of which Truth Social is a part of, is hoping to raise more money by merging with a blank check company, but it's faced delays, and legal and regulatory scrutiny.
Jeanine Pirro, Tucker Carlson and others are being grilled under oath in a $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit against Fox News for spreading lies about a voting tech company's role in the 2020 elections.
Far-right extremists escalated their violent rhetoric after an FBI search of former President Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate. An attempted breach of an Ohio FBI office has those tracking extremism worried.
A special grand jury has been selected for the investigation into whether former President Donald Trump and others tried illegally to influence the 2020 election in Georgia. The investigation has been underway since early last year, and to help it along, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis requested a special grand jury with subpoena power to obtain testimony from people who've refused to cooperate otherwise.
Regulators including the SEC are investigating a planned merger between a shell company and former President Donald Trump's social media startup.
The White House will not hold Halloween its traditional Halloween festivities this year because President Biden and the first lady Jill Biden will be traveling overseas.
Robert Costa's book Peril, which he co-wrote with Bob Woodward, goes inside Trump's war room on the eve of the Jan. 6 insurrection. Costa says the 2024 election could trigger a constitutional crisis.
Trump, who has reportedly long been obsessed with his ranking on the annual list, has lost $600 million since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the magazine says.
Democrats did not gain enough Republican support to convict former President Donald Trump of inciting insurrection, but seven GOP senators did break with their own party. See the vote breakdown.
In a statement issued shortly after a final vote in the Senate on a charge of inciting an insurrection, Trump said the "movement to Make America Great Again has only just begun."
In 2017, several House Democrats stood and objected to the certification of then President-elect Trump's electoral victory. Then-Vice President Biden was presiding.
Trump's current legal team came together a little more than a week ago. It happened after the former president and his previous defense team mutually agreed to part ways late last month.