NYCHA Residents Say Former Federal Official Tricked Them Into Sounding Supportive Of President Trump For RNC VideoAs an administrator for the Department of Housing and Urban Development under former president Trump, Lynne Patton interviewed NYCHA residents about their housing conditions.
Manhattan DA Cy Vance, Prosecutor Leading Trump Investigation, Will Not Seek ReelectionCy Vance, Jr., the prosecutor overseeing a criminal investigation into former President Donald Trump said Friday he won't seek reelection.
Trump Says His 'Journey' Is 'Far From Being Over' In First Major Public Speech Since Leaving OfficeFormer President Trump returned to the public spotlight on Sunday at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, giving his first public speech since leaving office.
Manhattan District Attorney's Office Finally Gets Donald Trump's Tax ReturnsProsecutors obtained the records on Monday, just hours after the U.S. Supreme Court denied Trump's last-ditch effort to keep the records private.
Supreme Court Will Not Stop Turnover Of Trump's Tax Records To Manhattan DAThe court’s order is a win for Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr., who has been seeking Trump’s tax records since 2019 as part of an investigation.
Senate Votes To Acquit Trump In Historic Second Impeachment TrialSeven Republicans joined all Democrats in voting "Guilty" for a majority of 57 votes – but Democrats failed to get the two-thirds majority needed to convict.
Trump Lawyers Rest Case After 3 Hours As Senate Draws Closer To VotePresident Trump's legal team on Friday rested their case after less than three hours, prompting another two-and-a-half hours of questioning from senators.
Live Updates: Democrats Wrap Up Case For Conviction At Trump Impeachment TrialHouse Democrats are concluding their arguments for former Pres. Trump's conviction at his Senate impeachment trial on Thursday, a day after presenting a dramatic video timeline of the Capitol riot.
Democrats Use Trump Tweets, New Video To Argue 'Full Scope' Of Capitol Attack At Impeachment TrialHouse Democrats leading the prosecution of former President Donald Trump at his impeachment trial presented dramatic new security footage showing the attack on the Capitol, emphasizing just how close the pro-Trump mob came to lawmakers and staff when they breached the complex on January 6.
Senate Finds Trump Impeachment Trial Constitutional On First Day Of Proceedings The Senate voted to move forward with former President Donald Trump's impeachment trial on Tuesday, with a majority of senators determining they have jurisdiction to place former presidents on trial in cases of impeachment.
Impeachment Latest: In New Filing, Trump Lawyers Call On Senate To Reject 'Brazen Political Act'The lawyers said the article of impeachment approved by the House last month, which charges Trump with incitement of insurrection, "ignores the very Constitution from which its power comes."
NYPD Officer Under Investigation For Wearing Pro-Trump Patch While In UniformPolice Commissioner Dermot Shea tweeted Saturday saying the officer has already been disciplined at the department investigates.
Senate Rejects GOP Motion To Declare Trump Impeachment Trial UnconstitutionalSenators were sworn in as jurors on Tuesday in the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump for inciting an insurrection, with proceedings scheduled to get underway in two weeks.
House Delivers Article Of Impeachment Against Trump To SenateThe article of impeachment against President Trump was delivered to the Senate. The trial will begin the week of Feb. 8.
Rudy Giuliani Faces $1.3 Billion Lawsuit Over Fraud Claims During 2020 ElectionThe voting machine company Dominion filed the defamation lawsuit against Giuliani Monday morning.