The attorney for one of the four ex-Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd's May 25 death pointed to body camera footage from the arrest as well as toxicology reports that he said show Floyd had three times the amount of fentanyl in his system.
R. Kelly's trial was initially postponed to begin in October but a judge is considering delaying the trail once more citing coronavirus pandemic concerns.
Moderna's vaccine candidate will be trialed at 89 clinical research sites in the U.S.
"I find it extremely upsetting, knowing him as I do," her statement to the court said.
The 57-year-old claims the end of his finger was sliced off, when Heard threw a vodka bottle at him in a violent rage. Heard, however, refutes the accusation and says Depp caused the damage himself during a drink and drug binge.
Depp has provided a witness statement detailing alleged attacks from Heard, in which he claims she punched him as well as severing the top of one of his fingers.
Legal barriers aside, a lawyer wasn't confident there'd be widespread support for the belief that all people of color weren't given a fair trial.
Robert Durst, 76, is on trial in Los Angeles for the murder of his friend Susan Berman.
Seth Cousins rejected suggestions that foreperson Tomeka Hart was biased against the president and Stone.
Judges instruct jurors to avoid all media coverage and outside influences in making their decision. But in a high-profile case like Harvey Weinstein's, does anyone think that's realistically possible?
After a judge ruled that texts Kesha sent to Lady Gaga accusing Dr. Luke of raping Katy Perry were defamatory, fans voiced their support for the singer on Twitter.
President Donald Trump, impeached with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, still has a net negative approval rating.
"The last 24 hours were pivotal, for all intents and purposes this impeachment process is over," Ted Cruz told Fox News.
Senator John Kennedy told Fox News host Sean Hannity there is "a lot of hysteria" about the potential testimony of President Donald Trump's former national security advisor.
President Donald Trump's son-in-law told CNN the Ukraine actions are "very easy to defend" because House managers "don't really have any legitimate accusations."
Joe Scarborough said President Donald Trump's defense counsel looked "sad and mournful" as he presented the commander-in-chief's case.
"If John Bolton says it," Collins said, "It must be true. Even though the president said it didn't happen."
Fifty percent of Americans surveyed by Fox News said Trump should be removed, with 44 percent responding "no" and 6 percent saying they are still undecided.
The ex-national security advisor has reportedly written a book claiming he had a conversation with President Donald Trump about withholding aid over the Biden investigations.
The former 2016 presidential hopeful was discussing the impeachment trial at the Sundance premiere of her docu-series.
Democrats said Trump attorneys' opening statements had the unintended result of making the case for calling more witnesses.
Senate Republicans expressed dismay after the House Intelligence Committee Chairman repeated an anonymously-sourced quote which said Donald Trump will put senators' "head on a pike" if they vote against the president.
Congressman Hakeem Jeffries, a House manager, pointed out that the Senate has conducted fifteen impeachment trials and there were witnesses at every single one.
The president's Senate trial is unlikely to fully explore the emerging evidence, argued Renato Mariotti, so the House should keep its Ukraine investigation going.
Democratic and Republican U.S. senators have been accused of partisanship over the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.
Democrats are keen to hear from key administration official witnesses, but Republicans led by Senator Mitch McConnell are fighting the proposal.
An Illinois judge granted special prosecutors a search warrant of Jussie Smollet's personal electronic data in December.
There are more Americans in favor of President Donald Trump's removal than against as he awaits a trial in the U.S. Senate following his impeachment by the House.
Maine Senator Susan Collins is the second Republican to criticize Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for his pre-impeachment trial comments about being in "total coordination" with President Donald Trump.
Senator Chris Van Hollen said he supports holding the articles of impeachment from the Senate until Republicans agree to call witnesses and review documents—otherwise it's a "rigged trial."