The surprise assignment of Judge Aileen Cannon could be a setback for prosecutors as they unveiled a sweeping classified files indictment.
Author: Charlie Savage
Will Trump’s Indictment Bar Him From Running for President in 2024?
The 45th president could continue his 2024 campaign even if he were convicted of a felony — though it would be extraordinary.
Here Are Some of the Charges Trump Faces in Classified Documents Case
Taking a look at what the prosecutors may have to prove to a jury.
F.B.I. Violated Surveillance Program Rules, Court Ruling Says
The bureau made changes after the newly revealed violations of rules for querying messages intercepted under an expiring warrantless surveillance law.
Analysis: Durham Report Failed to Deliver After Years of Political Hype
A dysfunctional investigation led by a Trump-era special counsel illustrates a dilemma about prosecutorial independence and accountability in politically sensitive matters.
F.B.I. Violations of Rules for Searching Surveillance Data Drop, Audit Finds
The bureau is trying to show improvement as a provision granting it expanded surveillance powers is set to expire unless Congress acts.
U.S. Says It Dismantled Russia’s ‘Most Sophisticated’ Malware Network
The Justice Department said the F.B.I. had turned the structure of the Russian intelligence service’s “Snake” network for spying on computers against itself.
Tightening Supreme Court Ethics Rules Faces Steep Hurdles
Revelations about Justice Clarence Thomas’s failure to disclose largess from a Republican donor have highlighted a dilemma.
Justice Thomas’s Friend Defends Failure to Disclose Tuition Payments by Harlan Crow
The revelation by ProPublica on Thursday added to the lavish gifts and travel from the Texas billionaire that Justice Clarence Thomas has not disclosed.
Reversing Trend, 2022 Saw Small Uptick in National Security Surveillance in U.S.
A new report also said the F.B.I. is also changing how it measures queries for information about Americans in a repository of messages intercepted without a warrant.