Kristin Welker's interview with Trump was never going to yield what the critics have demanded it should have. But when quotes from it show up as evidence in court, those views might have to change.
Lucian K. Truscott IV
Forget the shooting war of World War III. We've been in an information war with multiple enemies for many years now.
Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio isn’t going to have another opportunity to strap on his mock-combat costume for a long, long time: 22 years, to be exact.
The shooter in Jacksonville, Florida, who killed three black people at a Dollar General store last Saturday was an angry, suicidal racist. The Republican Party, in ways large and small, is acting just like him.
Mark Meadows, the former president's last chief of staff, now indicted for crimes related to trying to overturn the 2020 election, is trying to paint himself as a modest public servant—just trying to do his job...
Today's COVID story may be anecdotal for the moment, but when hospitalizations start shooting up and schools start closing within two weeks of the new school year, it’s pretty clear something is happening out there, and it isn’t good.
Once and for all, Putin has shown the world and his countrymen that in Russia, they don’t bother with departments of justice and special counsels and two-year investigations and grand juries and indictments.
Not only does General Musk have a stranglehold on Ukraine’s military communications, he now controls a good portion of U.S. national security.
Trump's Georgia indictment contains the kind of stuff you might read in a Russian novel or reporting from the capital of a third-world nation just overtaken by a coup—but they happened here, in America.
Trump is starting to get oriented to the fact that it’s not his life anymore, not the part of it that will be tried in at least three and possibly four courtrooms over the coming 12 or more months.
There is “explicit language” in the judiciary code of ethics—which the Supreme Court does not adhere to—“advising federal judges against using their position to fund raise for outside organizations.”
John Lauro is supposed to be the guy hired to add experience as a defense attorney in handling serious allegations of crimes committed by white collar defendants. Oops.