With a court-appointed guardian in charge of her finances, the former talk show host has practically no autonomy. Here's what guardianships do — and how it impacts Williams.
The former president's lawyers filed notices of appeal Monday asking the state's mid-level appeals court to overturn the Feb. 16 verdict and reverse penalties that threaten Trump's cash reserves.
Top executives for the gun rights nonprofit were accused of using millions in NRA donations for private luxuries. A jury found former CEO Wayne LaPierre liable for more than $5.4 million in damages.
The case accused leaders of the National Rifle Association of corruption and misspending and now heads to the jury, which is expected to begin deliberations Friday.
Carroll, a writer, sued Trump in 2019, accusing him of ruining her reputation when he called her a liar and denied her accusations of sexual assault.
The former president faces another New York trial that will determine how much in damages is owed to writer E. Jean Carroll. A decision could come by the end of the month.
The former president has already violated the gag order twice.
LaMont Dottin was a freshman at Queens College when he vanished one day in 1995. His mother became a "one-woman search party" whose journey would lead her to a mass grave.
After decades of plastic garbage bags stacked daily on New York City's sidewalks (and the rats they attract), officials hope to solve this issue just like other U.S. cities have already: garbage bins.
Eric Trump Jr. began testifying and follows his brother, Donald Trump Jr. Both are defendants in the trial that accuses them of committing fraud.
His testimony is expected to be followed by his younger brother Eric, another vice president of the family's landmark business. Both, alongside their father, are defendants in the trial.
The charges against 21-year-old Patrick Dai, a junior, come as tensions have risen on college campuses across the U.S. Dai hasn't yet entered a plea and is expected in federal court on Wednesday.
The New York congressman entered his plea to a growing list of charges in federal court and a trial was set for Sept. 9, 2024. He also faces an effort by fellow Republicans to oust him from the House.
The former president questioned the political leanings of the judge in the case and another person. The judge inferred that to mean Trump was referring to his clerk.
Cohen, a former Trump lawyer and onetime loyal ally, testified against the former president in a civil trial that threatens Trump's business empire.