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Oct 20 2022
. . . but swore they were true anyway.
A federal district judge in California has concluded that former president Trump swore to the truth of voting-fraud claims that he knew were false. The sworn representation was made in connection with a complaint the Trump legal team filed in Georgia federal court.
California district judge John O. Carter found that the then-president hadNational Review (News)
Aug 29 2022
Only a "limited set" of the documents seized by the FBI from former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home may be protected by attorney-client privilege, the Department of Justice said in a court filing Monday.
Driving the news: The filing comes in response to a lawsuit filed by Trump last week seeking the appointment of a special master to review the materials seized and prevent theAxios
Sep 16 2021
Special Counsel John Durham, the federal prosecutor tapped during the Trump administration to investigate the origins of the Russia investigation, could be days – if not hours – from taking his case to a grand jury against a cybersecurity attorney for allegedly providing a false statement to the FBI, Fox News has learned.
But the clock is ticking.
Durham is zeroing in on a Sept.Fox News (Online News)
May 21 2020
Washington (CNN) - The Supreme Court on Wednesday temporarily blocked the release of former special counsel Robert Mueller's grand jury material to the Democratic-led House of Representatives.
The House Judiciary Committee has been attempting to obtain the documents that the special counsel's prosecutors collected from witnesses about President Donald Trump, and the ruling continues theCNN (Online News)
Aug 25 2022
Changes in voter turnout in several special elections over the summer suggest Republican candidates are losing their advantage in battleground districts around the country in the months since the United States Supreme Court overturned landmark abortion protections established under Roe v. Wade with their Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization ruling.
In New York, Democrat Pat RyanNewsweek
Nov 05 2020
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Office of Special Counsel has opened an investigation into allegations that the Trump campaign’s use of the White House as an Election Day command center violated federal law, Democratic Representative Bill Pascrell said on Thursday.Reuters
Dec 16 2022
Conservative states are looking to force a series of quick decisions on Title 42, teeing up litigation that, if successful, could leave in place for more than a year the policy that allows the country to turn away asylum-seekers.
A group of nearly 20 GOP-led states are moving to intervene in a case, hoping to challenge a decision from a federal judge who struck down Title 42 afterThe Hill
Dec 11 2022
Juul Labs Inc, an electronic cigarette company, has agreed to pay $1.7 billion to settle more than 5,000 lawsuits, according to reports.
A bulk of the suits allege that the company used its marketing to target children and teenagers. Despite the settlement, Juul has denied the accusations.
The various lawsuits by more than 10,000 plaintiffs were consolidated in the U.S. DistrictWashington Examiner
Nov 11 2022
The day she took her life six years ago, her pockets stuffed with inspirational sayings on pieces of paper, combat veteran Deana Martorella Orellana went to a Veterans Affairs center and asked for help.
One year ago, on the day he stood before the Lincoln Memorial and shot himself in the head, Airman Kenneth Omar Santiago tried to get a counseling appointment on base.
And forWashington Post
Aug 23 2022
Former President Donald Trump in a new lawsuit Monday asking that a federal judge appoint a special watchdog to review documents seized from his Florida home as part of a criminal investigation of the removal of White House records when he left office in January 2021.
Trump’s lawsuit, which suggests the Aug. 8 FBI raid was politically motivated, also asks that the Department of JusticeCNBC