Published: Nov 12, 2021
A three-judge panel for the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals issued a temporary injunction, postponing the handover of the records to allow former President Donald Trump to continue his legal challenge.
Published: Nov 10, 2021
The Office of the Special Counsel said in a report that 13 Trump administration officials illegally campaigned for the former presidents reelection while in office, violating a law known as the Hatch Act thats designed to forbid this kind of abuse of public offices.
Published: Oct 28, 2021
A Florida federal judge ruled Tuesday that Donald Trumps status as a former president does not exclude him from following Twitters terms of service, the latest setback in his quest to get back on the social media platform after being banned this year.
Published: Oct 09, 2021
"President (Joe) Biden has determined that an assertion of executive privilege is not in the best interests of the United States, and therefore is not justified as to any of the documents," a White House counsel said.
Published: Jun 12, 2021
WASHINGTON - The Justice Departments internal watchdog announced Friday that he would review how officials sought the data of reporters, lawmakers and others as part of an aggressive crackdown on leaks during the Trump administration - a day after it was revealed the department years ago had secretly obtained the data of two congressmen well known for their criticism of President Donald Trump.
Published: Jun 10, 2021
WASHINGTON - President Joe Biden on Wednesday revoked Trump administration executive orders that sought to ban TikTok, WeChat and other Chinese-owned apps and replaced them with a new security review that could prompt fresh steps to restrict those or other apps.
Published: Jun 05, 2021
Newly released emails sent to and from Arizona state senators reveal that President Donald Trump and his lawyer Rudy Giuliani reached out personally to urge GOP officials there to move forward with a partisan recount of the 2020 election, despite a lack of evidence of widespread fraud or other issues.
Published: Jun 04, 2021
WASHINGTON - The Biden administration is expanding a Trump-era order that banned U.S. investment in Chinese companies that support Chinas military to include those selling surveillance technology, calling the entities a threat to U.S. interests and values.