Prosecutor Jack Smith must assemble a team, find office space and catch up on the long-running, high-stakes cases involving former president Donald Trump.
Some legal experts say it’s too late to appoint a special counsel to take over investigations of Donald Trump, even if he announces a 2024 presidential bid.
A review by federal agents and prosecutors found no clear business interest in former president Donald Trump’s decision to keep classified documents at Mar-a-Lago, people familiar with the matter said.
David Raskin joins the case as outside national-security experts say prosecutors have amassed evidence that meets some key criteria for charging Donald Trump.
Attorney General Merrick Garland formalizes his decision to not subpoena reporters’ phone records except in very rare cases.
Documents on Iran’s missile program, U.S. intelligence work aimed at China were among the most sensitive material seized by the FBI, people familiar with the matter say.
People close to the case say Walt Nauta, a former Navy sailor and valet, told FBI agents he moved boxes of documents at Donald Trump’s request.
The employee told federal agents about moving boxes at Mar-a-Lago at the explicit direction of Donald Trump after a subpoena seeking the return of all classified material.
The U.S. Attorney in Delaware, a Trump appointee, now must decide whether to charge Hunter Biden with tax crimes and a false statement related to a gun purchase.
Career prosecutors have told superiors they don’t think Rep. Matt Gaetz should be charged with sex trafficking, citing concerns about witness credibility.