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Past articles by Zoe:

The US Can Stop Twitter From Releasing Details in Spy Report

The US can stop Twitter Inc. from releasing details about the government’s demands for user information in national security investigations, a court ruled, in the same week House Republicans are to grill national security officials over surveillance. → Read More

Trump 2020 Fraud Backer Sidney Powell’s Texas Ethics Case Tossed

A Texas judge has tossed out a disciplinary case against attorney Sidney Powell finding state bar regulators failed to present enough evidence to keep alive claims that she violated ethics rules by filing frivolous post-election lawsuits. → Read More

Trump Lawyer in Mar-a-Lago Search Appeared Before Grand Jury

Evan Corcoran, one of Donald Trump’s lawyers, appeared before a federal grand jury last month as part of the special counsel investigation into whether classified information and other government records were mishandled at the former president’s Mar-a-Lago estate, according to people familiar with the matter. → Read More

Trump Charges in Georgia Over 2020 Could Lead to Bigger Fed Case

The first major criminal charges that Donald Trump could face for interfering in the 2020 election might come from Atlanta — and what happens in Georgia isn’t expected to stay in Georgia. → Read More

Trump 2016 Campaign to Pay $450,000 to Settle Non-Disclosure Case

Former President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign agreed to pay $450,000 to settle a years-long legal fight over non-disclosure agreements that it required workers and volunteers sign, new court documents show. → Read More

Trump Sues Journalist Bob Woodward for Releasing Interview Recordings

Former President Donald Trump is suing journalist Bob Woodward for releasing recordings of interviews that he gave to the journalist in 2019 and 2020, claiming he never agreed to those tapes being shared with the public. → Read More

Trump Drops NY Tax Return Fight Because GOP ‘Has No Interest’

Former President Donald Trump has dropped a long-running court fight with Congress over access to his New York state tax returns, notifying a judge late Friday in a joint filing with a House committee that the new Republican leadership “has no interest” in the documents. → Read More

Trump’s 2016 Campaign Settles Nondisclosure-Agreement Fight

Former President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign has reached a settlement in a long-running fight over its nondisclosure agreements that would free potentially hundreds of ex-staffers, contractors and volunteers to say what they want to about their experience. → Read More

Trump Ally Giuliani Gets Subpoena From Washington Grand Jury

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Trump Is Already Facing a Lawsuit to Stop His 2024 Campaign

Donald Trump is facing the first legal challenge to his eligibility to run for president in 2024 since declaring his candidacy, only weeks after a congressional committee investigating the US Capitol attack suggested he be disqualified from ever holding office again. → Read More

Trump Special Counsel Bolsters Team With Anti-Graft Specialists

The special counsel investigating former President Donald Trump brought on two current and former long-time career prosecutors experienced in handling complex public corruption cases, according to a person familiar with the matter. → Read More

Trump Sued Over Capitol Police Officer’s Death After Jan. 6 Riot

Donald Trump is being blamed for the death of Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, who was assaulted during the Jan. 6, 2021, riot, in a lawsuit that claims the former president is responsible because he riled up his supporters with false election claims and calls to take action. → Read More

Trump, Eastman Criminal Referrals Have Roots in Ruling by Judge Nine Months Ago

Nine months ago, a federal judge in southern California said former President Donald Trump may have committed crimes related to the US Capitol riot on Jan. 6, 2021. It was a bold statement at the time, but one that has now been officially embraced by a special House panel investigating the events that led to the attack. → Read More

DOJ Cleared to Use Trump Mar-A-Lago Records in Criminal Probe

A federal appeals court on Thursday freed the Justice Department to resume using the thousands of documents seized from Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home in its criminal investigation following months of legal wrangling with the former president. → Read More

Trump Has Rough Legal Road Ahead Without Presidential Shield

A New York jury’s guilty verdict for two of Donald Trump’s companies on criminal tax fraud charges marked the latest blow to the former president, as he has watched his potential legal exposure grow since he left the White House. → Read More

Trump Immunity Claim in 2020 Civil Rights Suit Rejected by Judge

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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