Former President Donald Trump continues facing other legal battles in New York that could end in his prosecution, the legal analyst said.
The longtime chief financial officer for the Trump Organization, Allen Weisselberg, pleaded guilty to tax fraud and testified for the prosecution.
New York prosecutors scored a victory against Trump after years of probing his financial dealings.
The committee's decision ramps up pressure on the Justice Department to either prosecute Trump or explain why the referral was declined.
Gorsuch probed why the case of Lorie Smith, who refused to make websites for same-sex couples, differs from forcing a writer to pen a speech for Scientology.
Trump suffered legal woes in three major investigations last week—just weeks after he announced his 2024 presidential run.
"He's trying to corruptly interfere in the administration of justice and obstructing justice is a 20-year federal felony," ex-prosecutor Glenn Kirschner said.
Rhodes, founder of the right-wing Oath Keepers, is the first person to be found guilty of seditious conspiracy in decades.
Balenciaga is suing the company North Six, which admits it likes "pushing boundaries," for its involvement in the controversial ad campaign.
Italian artist aleXsandro Palombo is threatening legal action against Cardi B and her team for unauthorized use of their artwork.
Trump's suit landed in front of the same judge who sanctioned the former president's lawyers just a week ago.
"That's as poignant & beautiful a letter as I've ever seen in all my years as a social worker Steven," said one person after reading the letter.
The comedian, who has been banned from Twitter, drew criticism after allegedly tweeting via her late mother's account.
Lower courts have previously ruled against Donald Trump in the case, determining a U.S. House committee has the authority to obtain the tax records.
Prominent media lawyer Will Charlesworth told Newsweek how Harry's latest lawsuit shows his desire to "hold the press to account" for their actions.
The court filing says the TV network smeared the former president with "false and defamatory labels" such as "Hitler," "Russian lackey" and "insurrectionist."
The SEC alleged that Kardashian failed to disclose a $250,000 payment to publish a post on her Instagram account promoting EthereumMax's EMAX tokens.
The actor's Crypto.com ad has become a point of discussion on social media following Kardashian's recently announced settlement with the SEC.
According to the SEC, Kardashian reportedly promoted EthereumMax's crypto asset security without disclosing the $250,000 she had received.
A London court heard that the 28-year-old male alleged to have grabbed the flag covering the queen's coffin expressed the idea that "the queen is not dead."
On September 8, Buckingham Palace announced that the queen had died "peacefully" at Balmoral Castle, but that doesn't mean the cause of death will be released.
The law passed in July calls for primary-level classes to be taught in a local vernacular.
Judge Aileen Cannon signaled she was inclined to grant the special master, but many dismissed Trump's push for one as a legally invalid argument.
Judge Aileen Cannon signaled she has "preliminary intent" to order a special master, potentially giving a win to Trump's attorneys.
Lynn Stigwood caught the deadly bug during a 10-day stay at the Grand Sirenis resort in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.
A diver from British Columbia, Canada, has been fined $9,250 for getting too close to a group of protected killer whales.
A former French police chief describes finding "little clues" around the crash site in a new docuseries.
The rapper is due in court Wednesday after being charged in relation to a shooting incident.
Morgan Tremaine claimed Heard's new legal team, replacing Elaine Bredehoft, tried to prevent him from testifying during the Johnny Depp defamation trial.