The accounting firm Mazars USA says it has severed its relationship with former President Donald Trump and his family business.
Members of the Golden State Warriors and Toronto Raptors, who won recent championships, had declined to visit President Donald Trump, while the Lakers' visit was canceled because of COVID protocols.
Investigations into former President Donald Trump's family business by the Manhattan district attorney and the New York state attorney general are still underway, and more indictments may be coming.
The newest justice — picked by former President Donald Trump to fill the seat left open by Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death — said, "I think we need to evaluate what the court is doing on its own terms."
Two U.S. Capitol police officers argue former President Donald Trump is responsible for the injuries they received during the Jan. 6 riots at the Capitol.
Dominion is seeking damages of $1.3 billion. According to the complaint, Lindell knowingly spread disinformation that Dominion's voting systems rigged the 2020 presidential election.
The Georgia congresswoman, who has embraced wild conspiracy theories, has the backing of Donald Trump — and the ire of Democrats, who have called for her censure or removal.
The history of presidential pardons is often surprising — and revealing.
The president wants Congress to repeal Section 230 of the 1996 Communications Decency Act, a provision that provides legal protection for tech companies.
President Donald Trump is scheduled to stop in Rome Sunday as he rallies his supporters to the polls Tuesday, yet more evidence Georgia has joined the ranks of critical battleground states.
Trump’s visit to northwest Georgia is set to take place several days after Democratic nominee Joe Biden campaigned in Atlanta and Warm Springs.
Gov. Brian Kemp on Tuesday implored a group of Trump supporters not to grow complacent ahead of the Nov. 3 election, saying, "If we grow tired and weary, we can lose.”
President Donald Trump visited Macon Friday evening as he campaigned across the southeast in an effort to shore up support less than three weeks before the election.
President Trump’s barnstorming rallies still pump classic rock tunes for a soundtrack and pack out airport tarmacs. But what's new for his rallies in this final month of the presidential campaign is their likelihood to spread the coronavirus — including the one planned for Macon on Friday.
There's no questioning that the past 72 hours in America since President Trump's testing positive for the coronavirus have added yet another chapter to the drama that is 2020, with many uncertainties ahead for how the president's illness could affect the outcome of the presidential election less than a month away. This murkiness has even left political science scholars scratching their heads at what could come next.
GPB's Sarah Rose spoke with Andrew Pieper, a professor of political science at Kennesaw State University, who said we are living in unprecedented times.
Georgians woke up Friday to the jolting news that President Donald Trump tested positive for COVID-19 just a month before the election.