It’s rare for the Justice Department to bring contempt charges against government officials refusing to comply with subpoenas, but it happened in the case of Rita Lavelle, a former federal environmental official under President Ronald Reagan.
The lawsuit claims James Savage, a voting machine warehouse custodian in Delaware County, suffered physical and emotional distress due to statements made by Trump, Giuliani and other Trump associates.
The federal lawsuit accuses the NRA of using a network of shell companies to skirt campaign finance laws and give as much as $35 million to President Donald Trump and GOP candidates.
Former vice president Mike Pence was asked by an audience member in Iowa about whether “someone in the White House convinced you that it would destroy your hopes of becoming president” if he followed President Donald Trump’s pressure to not certify the…
While Donald Trump’s attorneys have argued that his status as former president exempts him from Twitter’s terms of service, and that the case needed to stay in Florida instead of California for the public’s interest, U.S. District Judge Robert N. Scola…
Brokos responded to a Rolling Stone report that found the GOP congressman or his staff to have been in contact with two unnamed organizers of the Jan. 6 rally and similar gatherings following the 2020 presidential election.
The Brooklyn Nets point guard not wanting to get the coronavirus vaccine is not at all similar to what the Los Angeles Lakers great did after announcing he had contracted HIV in 1991, players, coaches and commentators say.
The dismissal of two workers in Georgia’s most populous county, Fulton County, for allegedly shredding 300 voter registration forms is likely to fuel the state’s ongoing Republican-led investigation of the office.
North Carolina state Rep. Charles Graham (D) announced his campaign for Congress with a video referencing the Battle of Hayes Pond, when Native Americans and community members stood together in 1958 against the “ignorance and hate” of the Ku Klux Klan.
Frank Pichel was arrested early Friday on a felony charge of impersonating a police officer after the 59-year-old mayoral candidate allegedly flashed a badge and claimed to be an active deputy in Key Largo, Fla., according to the Monroe County Sheriff’…