John Eastman, who advised former President Trump, is facing nearly a dozen disciplinary charges related to statements regarding the 2020 election.
A new Project Veritas video shows an individual identified as a Pfizer director of research and development discussing the company allegedly "mutating" viruses.
As more classified materials have been found, some members of Congress are questioning what might be found in other presidents' possession.
Recent polls show that DeSantis has begun to surge in favorability among GOP voters while Trump has placed himself opposite key positions held by the base.
One Twitter user said that reinstating Trump's Facebook and Instagram accounts could result in the former president "stirring up more political violence."
As Trump's poll numbers slip, some are questioning whether the leader of the MAGA movement should continue to lead it.
Greene's ascent within the GOP may be a stepping stone to bigger aspirations in the years to come.
In December, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Peter Thompson rejected Lake's claims of electoral misconduct.
The U.S. and Germany recently announced they would be sending tanks to Ukraine as the war with Russia reaches 11 months.
"The defense attorney will forever try to file motions to continue to push it further and further down the road," Kirschner said.
Star seemingly called out the popular TikTok influencer and vowed a return to his old trade of cosmetics reviews.
The Golden Raspberry Awards hand out prizes to the worst achievements in movies, and former president Donald Trump has won many.
Prince Harry's lifelong hatred of the media can be seen in a resurfaced clip from the time of his 21st birthday in the aftermath of a major scandal.
Billionaire and Twitter owner Elon Musk's new name is "Mr. Tweet" if his own Twitter account is anything to go by.
The conservative news channel, which broadcasts the former president's political rallies live, has been removed from DirecTV over a pay dispute.
Noah Bookbinder, president and CEO of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, called lifting the bans "beyond unacceptable."
Chao, the former transportation secretary under Trump, released a statement to Politico on Wednesday addressing the repeated attacks from her former boss.
Meta, which owns Facebook and Instagram, announced Wednesday that the former president will be reinstated to its platforms in the coming weeks.
Trump will face "heightened penalties for repeat offenses" on his reinstated Facebook and Instagram accounts, Meta President of Global Affairs Nick Clegg said.
Presidents and vice presidents should take no papers with them when they leave the White House.
A new House subcommittee is expected to investigate government agencies such as the FBI and Justice Department.
Geoff Duncan came to the conclusion after District Attorney Fani Willis requested to keep a special report private until potential charges were filed.
Newsmax is often the only place on cable to view Trump rallies, netting them millions of viewers. How many will need to go elsewhere?
The president mistakenly referred to "brutal aggression" by Ukraine when announcing the United States will provide the country with 31 Abrams battle tanks.
The far-right activist who caused controversy when he met with former President Donald Trump in November was allowed back on the platform Tuesday.
The former president is facing an investigation into his alleged involvement in tampering with the 2020 presidential election in Georgia.
"This is no shrinking violet, she's ambitious. She's not shy about that, nor should she be," Bannon said of the Georgia congresswoman.
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis said that decisions on whether to bring charges in the state's 2020 election investigation are "imminent."