Steve Bannon predicts what will happen if Trump's indicted
The former president said that he expects to be criminally charged on Tuesday, urging his supporters to protest.
Trump effort to block Mike Pence testimony will "fail," ex-U.S. Attorney
Barbara McQuade said that Trump's efforts would only serve to delay the Justice Department's investigative process.
Trump's already daunting legal troubles may be about to get worse
The Justice Department said that plaintiffs should be allowed to sue Trump for damages over speech that he claimed was protected by immunity.
Chris Christie describes "most ominous threat" Trump's facing
Christie, a former U.S. attorney, explained why the most "ominous" legal threat to Trump isn't the one that's most likely to result in an indictment.
Josh Hawley accuses Merrick Garland's DOJ of spying on Catholics
"Apparently on your watch, this Justice Department is targeting Catholics, targeting people of faith specifically, for their faith views," said Hawley.
Ted Cruz berates Garland over Dobbs leak protesters: "You did nothing"
During the hearing, Cruz said that the Department of Justice "in his judgment" has become "politicized to the greatest extent" that he has ever seen.
Trump's "desperation is showing": Kirschner
Glenn Kirschner warned Donald Trump's latest social media attacks are an attempt to "inflame and enrage his supporters" ahead of a potential court appearance.
Matt Gaetz just got more powerful
Amid reports that the DOJ has decided not to bring charges against Gaetz after a lengthy probe, the congressman is set to grow his national influence even more.
Pence subpoena gives him a pass on looking like a Trump traitor
The former vice president was subpoenaed by the special counsel investigating Trump's actions on January 6.
Trump indictment will lead to "violent attack," Kirschner predicts
Glenn Kirschner predicted indictments are "imminent" in a Georgia district attorney's probe into whether the former president violated state election laws.
Biden admin is prosecuting people for having classified documents at home
At least two former federal employees have been prosecuted by the Justice Department for unlawfully retaining classified documents.
Louisiana prisons in violation of the 14th Amendment
The state is "deliberately indifferent to the systemic overdetention of people in its custody," said the Justice Department after a two-year investigation.
More Oath Keepers convicted on same charge spells danger for Trump
The growing number of seditious conspiracy convictions might help special counsel Jack Smith decide to charge Trump for his role in the January 6 Capitol riot.
Democrat Ilhan Omar explains why Joe Biden should be investigated
The Minnesota progressive on Saturday said that any "deviance" in security should be investigated.
Joe Biden blasted as "clueless" after more classified documents found
Florida Senator Rick Scott slammed the president, saying it is "time for accountability."
Jim Jordan probe should face "hard line" DOJ resistance: Ex-FBI official
"There is a clear precedent here of not sharing information, from an ongoing criminal investigation, with Congress," Andrew McCabe said.
Biden official defends transparency while stonewalling reporters
Nearly every question about the classified documents found in President Joe Biden's possession was deferred to the White House counsel.
Did Merrick Garland just doom Joe Biden's 2024 campaign?
"The appointment of a special counsel is never good news for any sitting president," political strategist Matt Klink told Newsweek.
Donald Trump has another demand for Merrick Garland
The attorney general has pleased Trump by naming a special counsel to oversee the probe of classified documents found in Joe Biden's private office and home.
Joe Biden may have broken the law taking classified documents
Biden's possession of confidential documents from the Obama administration could violate the Espionage Act.
DOJ faces new nightmare in prosecuting Donald Trump
Attorney General Merrick Garland's investigation into Trump's mishandling of records at Mar-a-Lago has been upended again—this time, by his own boss.
Who is John Lausch? Biden classified docs get Trump-appointed counsel
Unlike 55 other Trump-era attorneys, Lausch was not asked to resign after Trump left office in 2021.
Trump's subpoena celebration may be short-lived
Donald Trump's team celebrated the January 6 committee's subpoena withdrawal this week, but another, more serious subpoena may be headed his way.
Trump's greatest threat remains unclear as legal troubles pile up
Trump is facing five state and federal investigations. Here's where each probe stands and what the threat level is for the former president.
Donald Trump criminal referral might be taken "seriously," GOP fears
A Republican senator said he's "afraid" that the Jan. 6 committee "may have some friends in the Justice Department" who would act on Trump's criminal charges.
"Easy to imagine" Mark Meadows has flipped on Trump: Former special counsel
Legal scholars say the cache of evidence released by the January 6 House committee this week has directly implicated Trump's former chief of staff.
Donald Trump facing "series of indictments" after criminal referral—Tribe
Trump should expect a "series of indictments" over his role in the Capitol riot, according to legal scholar Laurence Tribe.
Does a criminal referral mean someone's been charged with a crime?
Representative Bennie Thompson said that the House committee investigating the January 6, 2021, Capitol riot will be making decisions on criminal referrals.
Trump most likely to be convicted in this investigation, Kirschner predicts
The former president faces multiple probes, but attorney Glenn Kirshner says one in particular "poses an ongoing threat to our nation's security."
Trump just gave prosecutors proof he committed two crimes: Kirschner
"There has been no accountability yet, not one indictment. That's going to change," former federal prosecutor Glenn Kirschner predicted on Tuesday.