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Judge orders Trump attorney to turn over documents to Jan. 6 panel

A federal judge ordered former President Trump’s legal adviser, John Eastman, to turn over another batch of 159 documents subpoenaed by the House Jan. 6 select committee, including a single email h… → Read More

Justice sends mixed messages on subpoenaing Trump’s inner circle

The Justice Department’s decision not to charge former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows or deputy communications director Dan Scavino with contempt of Congress is sending mixed messages abou… → Read More

Prosecutors charge five Proud Boys defendants with seditious conspiracy

Federal prosecutors on Monday added seditious conspiracy to the list of charges five Proud Boys leaders are facing over their alleged involvement in the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol. A super… → Read More

Navarro lashes out at Jan. 6 investigations in court

Peter Navarro, the former White House trade adviser who was charged this week with contempt of Congress, was combative on Friday at his initial court appearance, lashing out at Congress and federal… → Read More

Ex-Trump adviser Navarro indicted by grand jury

A federal grand jury has indicted Peter Navarro, a former Trump White House adviser, on two counts of criminal contempt of Congress for defying subpoenas from the House Jan. 6 Select Committee. The… → Read More

Durham probe takes massive hit with Sussmann acquittal

John Durham’s special counsel investigation took a massive blow this week when its flagship prosecution against prominent Democratic attorney Michael Sussmann resulted in an acquittal. … → Read More

Hillary Clinton lawyer acquitted in Durham probe

Michael Sussmann, a lawyer who represented Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and the Democratic Party, was acquitted by a federal jury on Tuesday of a single count of lying to the FBI, … → Read More

Mass shootings renew efforts to target gun manufacturers’ legal shield

Efforts to hold firearms manufacturers legally liable for gun violence could become a new battleground in the nationwide debate over gun control after a series of fatal mass shootings. Democratic s… → Read More

Judge throws out Trump’s suit to block NY AG probe

A federal judge on Friday threw out a lawsuit filed by former President Trump seeking to block the New York attorney general from investigating his business practices. The ruling from U.S. District… → Read More

Appeals court rules Trump must testify in NY probe

Former President Trump and two of his oldest children must provide testimony in the New York attorney general’s probe into his business practices, a state appeals court ruled Thursday, reject… → Read More

Appeals court temporarily blocks Jan. 6 committee from getting RNC records

A federal appeals court on Tuesday temporarily blocked the House Jan. 6 select committee from obtaining Republican National Committee (RNC) records while the GOP challenges a subpoena for documents… → Read More

Tensions rise between DOJ, Jan. 6 panel

After weeks of airing concerns the Justice Department may not be moving aggressively enough to prosecute former President Trump and others in his orbit, lawmakers on the House committee investigati… → Read More

Judge blocks Biden from rolling back Title 42

A federal judge in Louisiana on Friday temporarily stopped the Biden administration from ending Title 42, the Trump-era border management policy that allowed officials to quickly expel foreign nati… → Read More

Sussmann’s defense lawyer calls Durham prosecution an ‘injustice’

An attorney defending Michael Sussmann, the lawyer with deep ties to the Democratic Party charged with lying to the FBI in 2016, called the prosecution by the Trump-era special counsel John Durham … → Read More

Trial set to test special counsel probe, Trump’s 2016 allegations

A trial over whether a lawyer with ties to the Democratic Party lied to the FBI in 2016 is set to begin on Monday in what could be the first major test for John Durham, the special counsel appointe… → Read More

Jan. 6 panel issues subpoenas to five GOP lawmakers

The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol issued subpoenas to five Republican members of Congress, including House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.), … → Read More

Appeals court questions Trump’s effort to block NY AG subpoena

A New York appeals court appeared skeptical on Wednesday of former President Trump’s effort to challenge a state attorney general subpoena demanding his testimony. During a hearing, a panel o… → Read More

Judge lifts Trump contempt ruling, imposes $110,000 fine

A judge on Wednesday released former President Trump from being held in contempt on the condition that he pay a $110,000 fine to the New York attorney general’s office for failing to comply w… → Read More

Five takeaways from the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion

The revelation of a draft Supreme Court decision gutting U.S. abortion rights has stunned an entire nation, setting off protests, sending political leaders scrambling, and igniting public debates a… → Read More

Will Justice get to Trump? Garland is facing questions

The Justice Department is facing mounting questions about whether its Jan. 6 investigation is building up to scrutinizing former President Trump’s role in the attack on the Capitol or the broader e… → Read More