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Past articles by Sonam:

White House aides were reportedly blindsided by AG Garland's appointment of a special counsel to investigate Biden

Biden's lawyers were adamant about sticking to the rules to avoid the political drama that enveloped Trump. Then Garland appointed a special counsel. → Read More

Brazilian drag artist says GOP Rep. George Santos 'couldn't cut it' as a drag queen: 'He is crazy'

Santos "is crazy," the performer, Eula Rochard, told Insider. Rochard told NBC Santos was "never the type of drag queen who could hold down the show." → Read More

Elon Musk keeps followers waiting after saying he'll release details about 'what really happened with the Hunter Biden story suppression by Twitter'

Musk has said releasing Twitter's internal deliberations regarding the New York Post's story "is necessary to restore public trust." → Read More

Former Florida tax official and ex-Gaetz associate Joel Greenberg sentenced to 11 years in prison

Greenberg cooperated in investigations into 24 people — 5 have been charged, and 2 more will be indicted in the coming weeks, his lawyer said. → Read More

Elon Musk reinstates Trump's Twitter account

Elon Musk had polled his followers on the decision to reinstate former President Donald Trump. Results showed 51.8% of respondents voted "Yes." → Read More

Trump asks the Supreme Court to intervene in dispute over records FBI seized from Mar-a-Lago

Trump's lawyers asked Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas to issue an emergency order stopping DOJ from reviewing a set of 100 classified records. → Read More

Sen. Ron Johnson says Jan. 6 rioters 'did teach us all how you can use flag poles' as weapons

The Wisconsin Republican said it's "inaccurate' to call the riot an "armed insurrection," though multiple people were charged with having weapons. → Read More

Trump tried to get New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman's phone records

Trump has long been fixated with Haberman and once referred to her as his "psychiatrist," according to Politico. → Read More

Trump privately asked Obama how he got high approval ratings, book says

Trump posed the question to Obama when they first met in the Oval Office shortly after Trump won the 2016 election, according to a forthcoming book. → Read More

New York AG Letitia James is asking the feds to investigate Trump after finding his business practices 'plausibly' violated federal law

James said she believes the conduct outlined in her office's civil lawsuit "violates federal criminal law," including bank fraud and false statements. → Read More

How Mar-a-Lago figures into New York AG Letitia James' lawsuit against Donald Trump, his business, and his children

New York Attorney General Letitia James said Trump overvalued Mar-a-Lago ten-fold, to as high as $739 million, in a fraud scheme. → Read More

NY AG Letitia James files massive fraud lawsuit against Trump, his business, and his 3 eldest children

The sweeping lawsuit accuses Trump of having "falsely inflated his net worth by billions of dollars to further enrich himself and cheat the system." → Read More

Special master grills Trump's lawyers for evidence that Mar-a-Lago records were declassified: 'You can't have your cake and eat it'

Judge Raymond Dearie's remarks were all the more noteworthy given that he was appointed special master at Trump's request. → Read More

Trump lawyers claim classified documents seized from Mar-a-Lago may be privileged because they contain handwritten notes

Trump's lawyers effectively argued that his handwritten notes should override the DOJ's national security concerns. → Read More

Mar-a-Lago affidavit reveals FBI expected to find evidence of multiple federal crimes if it could search Trump's club and private residence in South Florida

The feds released a heavily-redacted version of the affidavit that backed up the FBI search of former President Donald Trump's home on August 8. → Read More

Judge orders the release of FBI affidavit showing the basis of its unprecedented search of Mar-a-Lago

Judge Bruce Reinhart ordered the DOJ to file a redacted version of the FBI's affidavit by noon Friday. → Read More

DOJ releases secret memo that recommended not charging Trump with obstruction of Mueller's Russia investigation

A three-year court fight ended with the Justice Department releasing the legal reasoning for not charging Donald Trump with obstruction in 2019. → Read More

Despite Republican saber-rattling about the 'lawless' leak of a draft Supreme Court opinion, experts say it's unlikely anyone broke the law

Sharing a seismic draft opinion that would gut Roe v. Wade with the press violated ethical norms but likely didn't run afoul of the law. → Read More

John Roberts' worst 'nightmare' is playing out as the Supreme Court stands poised to gut abortion rights in the US

The leak of a draft opinion is a near unprecedented breach of Supreme Court norms that could undermine its functioning and collegiality. → Read More

Supreme Court confirms authenticity of draft opinion overturning Roe v. Wade, with Chief Justice John Roberts calling the leak a 'singular and egregious breach' of trust

The court noted that the draft "does not represent a decision by the Court or the final position of any member on the issues in the case." → Read More