An investigative jury recommended a broader scope of charges in its probe of 2020 election interference than what Georgia prosecutors ultimately sought.
An eventful week lies ahead in the Fulton County election interference case with arraignments and the potential release of a special grand jury report that was a prelude to the racketeering charges filed against Donald Trump and 18 co-defendants last month.
An anti-Donald Trump Republican political action committee has launched a six-figure ad campaign following Trump’s indictment in Fulton County on racketeering charges.
Meadows says a Georgia criminal indictment covers actions done within the scope of his chief of staff role.
On this episode, we dig deeper into the Georgia election interference indictments against Donald Trump and 18 others.
President Donald Trump and 18 of his allies were indicted in Fulton County on Monday for attempting to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election in Georgia. Legal experts from the States United Democracy Center explain some of the nuances of the case.
Abigail Jo Shry is accused of calling the judge's chambers and leaving a voicemail threatening to "kill anyone" who went after the ex-president, including Democrats and members of the LGBTQ community.
The indictment of former President Trump and 18 associates earlier this week encompasses a variety of misdeeds that Fulton County DA Fani Willis says add up to a wide-ranging conspiracy. She charged them under Georgia’s RICO, law. For more insight into this case, we turn to attorney Clint Rucker.
The former president has been charged four separate times in just over four months. But the latest indictment stands out in terms of its scope, evidence and location.
The state's politicians are voicing their opinions about a Fulton County grand jury's expansive 41-count indictment alleging a racketeering conspiracy to overturn the 2020 presidential election.
A Georgia agency says it will name a special prosecutor to consider whether the state's Republican lieutenant governor should face criminal charges for efforts to overturn Donald Trump's 2020 election loss in the state. Trump and 18 allies were indicted Monday, but Fulton County District Attorney was blocked from seeking an indictment of Lt. Gov. Burt Jones.
The indictment out of Fulton County alleges that former President Trump and 18 others conspired to overturn Georgia's 2020 election results. His codefendants include big names and local officials.
Streets near the Fulton County Courthouse will be closed in anticipation of an indictment announcement from a criminal probe into interference in Georgia's 2020 presidential election.
On this episode, we’ll turn back the clock to understand how we got here and why Georgia’s election system became ground zero for election conspiracies.
The central plot to overturn the election, as described in the indictment a federal grand jury in Washington, D.C., handed up Tuesday, involved switching out legitimate slates of electors in multiple states, including Georgia.