Leaked audio shows Trump's campaign team knew they lost in Wisconsin, but still continued to spread lies about the election.
After classified documents were found at the homes of former President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, as well as at the residence of President Biden, the National Archives has asked past presidents and vice presidents to check for classified documents. FOX 5 New York's Lissette Nunez joined LiveNOW from FOX's Josh Breslow to discuss the situation.
Facebook parent Meta says it will restore former President Donald Trump’s personal account in the coming weeks, ending a two-year suspension it imposed in the wake of the Jan. 6 insurrection.
In a blistering filing, U.S. District Judge Donald M. Middlebrooks accused Trump of a "pattern of abuse of the courts" for filing frivolous lawsuits for political purposes, which he said "undermines the rule of law" and "amounts to obstruction of justice."
The White House revealed Saturday that five additional documents with classified markings were found at President Biden's home in Wilmington, Delaware.
Former President Donald Trump’s company was fined $1.6 million Friday for a scheme in which top executives dodged personal income taxes on lavish job perk
Former President Donald Trump is planning to hold the first public campaign event of his 2024 White House bid in the early-voting state of South Carolina.
The Republican Party of Nassau County, NY has called on Rep. George Santos to resign amid allegations he falsified his resume, lying about his education, finances, religion and more. In a news conference on Wednesday morning, more than a dozen Republicans within the county that Santos serves said they wanted him to resign. Santos was sworn into office on Saturday morning after Kevin McCarthy was elected House Speaker.
Classified documents were discovered in Biden’s former office, drawing questions and criticisms about how his case is being treated verse Trump's.
The official Diamond and Silk Twitter account confirmed Lynette Hardaway’s death, writing “the world just lost a True Angel and Warrior Patriot for Freedom, Love, and Humanity!”
Trump had refused to release his returns when he ran for president and had waged a legal battle to keep them secret while he was in the White House. But the Supreme Court ruled last month that he had to turn them over.
The House committee had voted to subpoena the former president during its final televised hearing before the midterm elections in October, demanding testimony and documents.
The planning was extensive, the transcripts show, and began as early as four days before the election, when state party officials began discussing whether Nevada’s Republican secretary of state would sign off on the alternate slate of electors.
The Jan. 6 committee’s report asserts that Trump criminally engaged in a “multi-part conspiracy” to overturn the lawful results of the 2020 election and failed to act to stop his supporters from attacking the Capitol.
A new report says the Trump administration may have disregarded an IRS requirement dating back to 1977 that mandates audits of a president's tax filings.
A report issued by the Democratic-controlled House Ways and Means Committee finds that required IRS audits of Donald Trump were delayed.
The House Ways and Means Committee voted to issue a report on Donald Trump’s tax returns — likely offering a deeper look into financial records that the former president tried to shield from the public. The vote comes after a multiyear battle that ultimately resulted in the Supreme Court clearing the way last month for the Treasury Department to send the returns to Congress. Critics have argued that a potential release would set a dangerous precedent.
The committee's referrals to the Justice Department carry no legal weight since federal prosecutors are already conducting their own investigation and are the sole deciders of whether to pursue charges against Trump.
The House January 6 Committee voted on Dec. 19, 2022 to send referrals to the Justice Department recommending former President Donald Trump be criminally prosecuted. The referrals include obstructing an official proceeding of Congress, conspiracy to defraud the federal government, making a false statement, and inciting, assisting, or aiding and comforting an insurrection.
The January 6 Committee referred Trump to the DOJ for criminal prosecution.