The fast-moving revelations have placed the president under the investigation of a special counsel and ignited Republican criticism. The White House said on Saturday that more documents were found.
U.S. executives and billionaire investors are mingling and making deals at a conference nicknamed "Davos in the Desert," even as the White House reevaluates relations with Saudi Arabia.
It is an about-face for the tech giant, which had blocked Trump's social media app from Google Play, its app store, over content that can incite violence.
Haberman talks about Trump's tactics for dealing with the media and explains why he's more concerned about the Mar-a-Lago documents than the Jan. 6 hearings. Her new book is Confidence Man.
On Tuesday, the committee heard from election workers and state officials on Tuesday as they described President Donald Trump's pressure to overturn his 2020 election defeat.
With gripping testimony, the panel is laying out in step by step fashion how Trump ignored his own campaign team's data as one state after another flipped to Joe Biden, and instead latched on to conspiracy theories.
Monday on Political Rewind: Former Georgia U.S. Attorney B.J. Pak is expected to testify before the Jan. 6 committee hearings this morning. Plus, a bipartisan Senate committee has reached a possible deal on gun legislation. Meanwhile, rifts widen between Trump-aligned GOP officials and Gov. Brian Kemp.
Nearly a year since its inception, the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol will go public with its findings beginning at 8 p.m. Thursday night.
The new CNN+ docuseries The Murdochs looks inside the Fox media empire and the family's behind-the-scenes in-fighting. Journalist Jim Rutenberg says the real-life drama rivals HBO's Succession.
Donald Trump's son-in-law and a former senior White House adviser substantiated information and provided his own take on different reports on the Jan. 6 attack, Democratic Rep. Elaine Luria said.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: We spoke to chef and Georgia restaurateur Hugh Acheson, who is back from Eastern Europe after feeding Ukrainian refugees. Then we buckled up for Crossover Day under the Gold Dome as lawmakers rush to get bills passed into their next chamber. Plus, the Stacey Abrams campaign is in full swing.
The Trump-era Pentagon head says he wants to publish an "unvarnished" account of his turbulent time in the post. But the Biden administration wants him to delete parts of 60 pages of the text.
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.
"The requests single out President Trump because he is a Republican and a political opponent," the former president's lawyers say in a new motion.
The department says it would not be appropriate for former officials to claim executive privilege forbids them from testifying before Congress.