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Zoe Tillman

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  • BuzzFeed
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Recent articles by Zoe:

Chief Justice Temporarily Stops Release of Trump Tax Returns

Chief Justice John Roberts temporarily blocked a House committee from getting Donald Trump’s tax returns, issuing an interim order that gives the US Supreme Court more time to consider the former president’s bid for a lengthier delay. → Read More

Trump Loses Latest Bid to Block Tax Returns From House Panel

A federal appeals court rejected former President Donald Trump’s request to reconsider a ruling that his tax returns must be disclosed to a congressional committee. → Read More

Trump Drops Some Early Privilege Claims in Seized Records Fight

Former President Donald Trump dropped his initial claim that some of the documents seized from his Mar-a-Lago home couldn’t be used in a government criminal probe because they were protected by attorney-client and legal-work-product privilege. → Read More

Trump Has 21 Days to Decide Which Mar-a-Lago Documents to Fight

The Justice Department said Wednesday that it had turned over the bulk of documents seized from Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate to the former president’s legal team, starting a 21-day clock for Trump to decide -- and officially declare -- precisely which records he wants off-limits in a criminal probe. → Read More

Inside Mar-a-Lago: Pardons, White House Emails, Legal Bills

The thousands of documents seized from former President Donald Trump’s Florida home included a mix of government, business and personal affairs, including analysis about who should get a pardon, call notes marked with a presidential seal, retainer agreements for lawyers and accountants, and legal bills, according to newly disclosed logs created by federal investigators. → Read More

The Onion Filed a Brief With the Supreme Court. It's Not a Joke

It’s not every day the US Supreme Court is graced with a brief from a party describing itself as “the single most powerful and influential organization in human history.” But that’s what the justices received Monday, with the docketing of an atypical friend-of-court brief from parody website The Onion. → Read More

What prosecutors found in Trump’s Mar-a-Lago search

A federal judge in Florida unsealed a more detailed list of items retrieved by the FBI from former President Donald Trump’s Florida resort, showing documents with some of the nation’s highest classification markings intermingled with photos, gifts, clothes and press clippings. → Read More

Everything You Need to Know About Trump’s Push for a ‘Special Master’

A federal judge in Florida signaled she’s leaning toward granting former president Donald Trump’s request for a special master to review documents seized from his Mar-a-Lago home as part of a probe into his handling of sensitive government records. At issue is whether he can block prosecutors from making use of documents he says should be protected by some form of legal privilege. The Justice… → Read More

Trump ‘stashed highly classified documents at home’

Former president removed defence and intelligence material from White House, jeopardising US national security, according to FBI affidavit → Read More

Mueller Memo Advising Barr on Trump Findings Is Ordered Released

The US Justice Department must release a 2019 memo advising then-attorney general Bill Barr on how to handle the conclusion of the Mueller investigation and the department’s decision not to charge Donald Trump, a federal appeals court ruled. → Read More

Giuliani Is Told He’s a Target in Georgia Election-Fraud Probe

Rudy Giuliani is a target of a Georgia criminal probe of potential election fraud. → Read More

Trump and loyalists stick to small band of lawyers amid mounting woes

Former US president uses services of attorneys with conservative credentials → Read More

Trump Search Was Unprecedented, But Records Case Will Be Tough

The search of former President Donald Trump’s home in Florida was unprecedented, but bringing a case will be difficult and -- if successful -- even the punishment would be open to legal fights. → Read More

Prosecutors Escalated The Stakes For Proud Boys Leaders In The Latest Jan. 6 Seditious Conspiracy Indictment

Ex–Proud Boys national chair Enrique Tarrio and his codefendants are already set for trial in August. → Read More

A Former New York Cop Was Found Guilty Of Assaulting A Police Officer At The Capitol On Jan. 6

Thomas Webster swung a flagpole at police outside the Capitol and then knocked an officer to the ground. → Read More

An Ex-Cop Pleaded Guilty To Conspiracy In The Jan. 6 Attack And Agreed To Cooperate Against His "Father Figure" Colleague

Jacob Fracker had been set to face a jury in April. His codefendant Thomas Robertson is still headed to trial. → Read More

The First Jan. 6 Defendant To Go To Trial Was Found Guilty On All Counts

Prosecutors accused Guy Reffitt of Wylie, Texas, of being the “tip of the mob’s spear.” → Read More

The Man Who Wore A “Camp Auschwitz” Sweatshirt During The Jan. 6 Insurrection Pleaded Guilty

Robert Packer admitted to illegally parading in the Capitol, a low-level misdemeanor charge. → Read More

Donald Trump Is Once Again In Court Arguing He Can’t Be Sued For What He Said While President

Trump wants a judge to dismiss three lawsuits seeking to hold him responsible for the Jan. 6 insurrection. → Read More

A Judge Temporarily Blocked The Times From Publishing Documents

The Times said it would immediately challenge the “unconstitutional” order. → Read More