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Trump to Attend Minnesota GOP Fundraiser Amid Hush Money Trial Break

Former President Donald Trump will visit Minnesota on Friday for a Republican fundraiser, taking a day off from his hush money trial. Trump will...

Harvey Weinstein Rape Conviction Overturned

The New York Court of Appeals overturned film producer Harvey Weinstein's 2020 rape conviction, claiming that the trial judge used the testimony of women who did not bring the complaint.

Appellate Court Grants Trump Reprieve, Reduces Bond in New York Legal Battle

A state appellate court intervened on Monday to provide former President Donald Trump with a reprieve, just as the deadline loomed for him to...

Trump Seeks Trial Delay in Hush Money Case Amid Supreme Court Immunity Battle

Former President Donald Trump is seeking to postpone his hush money trial scheduled for March 25 until the Supreme Court rules on his claims...

Trump Trial Judge Admits It’s ‘Impossible’ for Him to ‘Factor Out My Own Emotions’

"Am I following the law or am I making the law? I’m an impartial referee but it’s impossible for me to factor out my own emotions," Engoron said in a speech at the City University of New York in 2015.

Trump Says There’s No Formal Process to Declassify Docs

Trump says a president can declassify documents "even by thinking about it."

Hunter Biden Ex-partner Tries to Avoid Starting Prison Sentence, Prosecutors Object Strenuously

Devon Archer throws up several more appeals trying to avoid the prison sentence, asset forfeiture he received last month.

SCOTUS Sends Texas Abortion Case to Court That Supported Ban

The U.S. Supreme Court sent the case over Texas' six-week abortion ban to a federal appeals court Thursday, just six days after the justices declined to overturn the ban while allowing opponents to continue with part of their challenge.

Band ‘Rage Against the Machine’ Sides with Establishment Media on Rittenhouse Trial, Bashes ‘Whiteness’

'90s band Rage Against the Machine tweets Rittenhouse trial outcome a sign of "whiteness" casting "itself as the victim."

Rittenhouse Trial Judge Bans MSNBC from Courtroom after Producer Follows Jurors (Video)

MSNBC producer James Morrison was stopped by police while allegedly trying to follow a van bringing jurors to courtroom.

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