The SDNY is investigating whether Trump's 2017 inaugural committee misspent any of the $107 million it raised for his inauguration event.
"Whether or not an election was rigged, it certainly feels like society is rigged right now," Will Cain said on Monday.
"I might actually be Christ coming back for a second time in the form of an imperfect man," pro-Trump lawyer Lin Wood allegedly told his former law partners in a recorded conversation.
In a series of tweets Saturday, the president attacked a variety of people and departments for not backing his voter fraud claims.
One piece of litigation described Royal Caribbean's decision to allow visitors to the volcanic island "so reckless that it should not be tolerated in civilized society."
Anton Black died after police pinned him down, similar to the way George Floyd died earlier this year.
"The Campaign is not entitled to relief," the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Monday.
Andrew Anglin, a neo-Nazi publisher and internet troll, was ordered to pay $14 million last year to a Jewish woman after launching a "troll storm" attack against her and her family.
"I am not involved in the lawsuit seeking to overturn the election in Wisconsin," tweeted former Wisconsin Congressional candidate Derrick Van Orden.
"I respect the voice of the voters in South Dakota, however in this case I believe the process was flawed and done improperly," Pennington County Sheriff Kevin Thom said in a statement explaining a lawsuit seeking to invalidate the voter-approved legalization of marijuana.
The president and his team continue to pursue support for his last-ditch efforts to change the outcome, despite continued setbacks in their push against Joe Biden's success.
Some voters believe President Donald Trump should run for office again in 2024 while many of Trump's litigious efforts to remain president have failed.
Congressman Bill Pascrell described President Donald Trump's legal attempts to retain the presidency as "frivolous" and called for members of Trump's legal team, including Rudy Giuliani, to be disbarred.
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Wednesday that requiring poll watchers in Pennsylvania to stand "a football field away" during the vote-counting process was a "travesty."
"The residents of the City of Flint deserve justice and they deserve a resolution to these lawsuits," Flint, Michigan Mayor Sheldon Neeley said after the city joined the state's settlement.
Maher opened "Real Time" last night by mocking Trump refusal to admit defeat. Then he introduced Trump campaign legal adviser Jenna Ellis as his first guest.
Despite the Trump Administration's attempts to have the case dismissed, Carroll's case will continue this December.
Joe Biden's campaign team has accused Donald Trump's team of trying to confuse the American public because he can see he's losing.
"The outcome of our presidential election was seized from the hands of voters where, of course, it rightly belongs," Carlson said.
The Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law co-filed the suit, alleging that the city's protest policies violate constitutional rights to peaceful protest.
"If you caused someone's wrongful death, the logic flows that there will be a wrongful death suit to follow," Shaka Johnson, the attorney for the family of Walter Wallace, Jr., said Thursday.
The court rules that the restriction wouldn't burden those living in geographically large cities with large populations.
A number of court decisions have determined how the state's voters can cast their ballots in November's election amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The businesses allege that the unlawfully took their private property for public use with no compensation and restricted their ability to conduct business.
The 95-page lawsuit names 23 defendants and alleges a 20-year campaign to undermine police chiefs and mayoral candidates who sought departmental change.
The Trump Campaign and the state and national GOP called the Democratic governor's directive allowing widespread mail-in voting "a brazen power grab."
"[The USPS's] ability to fulfill its mission during a presidential election taking place in the midst of a public health crisis is vital," the judge wrote.
Wisconsin is the only state that requires students to have ID with five necessary pieces of information and proof of school enrollment.
The Maricopa County Attorney said that an Arizona State Trooper killed a 28-year-old Black man in self-defense, but the family still wants justice.
The famed lawyer has claimed that the news network sought to to falsely paint him as "a constitutional scholar and intellectual who had lost his mind."