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N.Y. judge finds Donald Trump committed business fraud for a decade

A judge overseeing a $250 million lawsuit against Trump ruled that the ex-president and his company committed fraud by inflating his net worth in business transactions.

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Could the 14th Amendment bar Donald Trump from becoming president again?

Some conservative legal scholars think so—but the idea is a long shot.

US special counsel seeks gag order on Trump’s ‘inflammatory’ statements

Jack Smith asked judge Tanya Chutkan to restrict ex-president’s statements in federal election subversion trial

Top US House Republican orders impeachment inquiry into Biden

Republican House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, bowing to pressure from his party's hard right, gave the go-ahead on Tuesday for an impeachment investigation into US President Joe Biden. 

Trump could be U.S. president again. Here's what he plans to do if he wins

Platform is permeated with proposals that would punish adversaries, at home and abroad.

Former speaker Nancy Pelosi says she will run for reelection to House in 2024

By running for reelection, Pelosi is poised to extend her lengthy career on Capitol Hill, which began by winning a special election in June 1987, further cementing her role as a towering figure in Democratic politics in Washington and on the national stage. 

Mitch McConnell: From polio victim to political titan

He's the longest-serving party leader in the history of the US Senate, but - amid a very public health struggle - Mitch McConnell's time in office may be nearing its end.

After McConnell freezes again, Kentucky Republicans question if the Senate leader can hold onto power

After McConnell freezes up again, Kentucky GOP mixed on his future

Proud Boys Ethan Nordean and Dominic Pezzola jailed for US Capitol riot

Two members of the far-right Proud Boys group have been jailed for leading the US Capitol riot.

Trump pleads not guilty in Georgia election case

The former US president is expected to face trial in March

Mitch McConnell appears to freeze again while talking to reporters

Senator Mitch McConnell froze yet again mid-sentence while addressing the media -- marking a second frightening episode like this that he's suffered in public.

Giuliani loses defamation lawsuit from two Georgia election workers

The damages could amount to thousands if not millions of dollars.

Meadows Testifies in Bid to Move Georgia Trump Case to Federal Court

Mark Meadows, a former White House chief of staff, told a judge he believed his actions regarding the 2020 election fell within the scope of his job as a federal official.

Trump's mugshot expression was a calculated campaign strategy

Political science and public relations experts at Virginia Tech believe that Trump and his team carefully planned out how he should look in the mugshot.

Trump campaign raises $7.1m following historic Georgia mugshot

Donald Trump's election campaign says it has raised $7.1m (£5.6m) since his police mugshot was taken at a prison in Atlanta, Georgia, on Thursday.

The Mug Shot Is a Warning

Donald Trump’s booking photo was supposed to be an exercise in humility. He turned it into a threat.


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