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Trump is already under felony indictment in New York for falsifying records regarding a $130,000 hush money payment to a porn star, and faces two other criminal probes.
The 11th annual Night of a Thousand Judys is set to feature performances by an array of Broadway and TV stars, and will benefit homeless LGBTQ+ youth.
The former president surged in the polls after his first indictment. There's little indication it won't happen again.
The former president's attacks on Hillary Clinton in 2016 are now evidence against him.
Akira Ross was shot and killed on the second day of Pride month at a Circle K in Cedar Park, a suburb of Austin, Texas.
The GOP's complaints about disparate treatment have already begun. But there’s no real comparison.
The former president failed to understand a key responsibility in the White House, said Timothy Naftali.
Officer Richard Best testifed that Deputy Scot Peterson told him the shooter was upstairs, contradicting the deputy's previous story.
Judge Aileen Cannon's reported appointment seems like good news for Trump given rulings she issued in his favor and in opposition to the Justice Department.
Hawley joined the conservative outcry with wild accusations against President Joe Biden, but a House member delivered a precise clapback.
"By age 39, I was a mother of 10. And I had learned what kind of father my husband was."