Donald Trump’s allies have accused the district attorney bringing a case against him as having been “bought” by Mr. Soros, the philanthropist. That is misleading, though the men do have a financial connection.
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Banks Are Borrowing More From the Fed: What to Know
As turmoil sweeps the United States financial system, banks are turning to the Federal Reserve for loans to get them through the squeeze.
Tennessee Moves to Decertify Memphis Officers Who Beat Tyre Nichols
Four of the Memphis police officers charged with second-degree murder in Mr. Nichols’s death should never again work in law enforcement in the state, an oversight agency says.
Trump Investigations Test Justice Dept. and Divided Nation
Attorney General Merrick Garland and other prosecutors have sought to demonstrate that politics should not infect the justice system. Those efforts face a steep challenge as the Trump investigations move ahead.
Republicans Say Spending Is Fueling Inflation. The Fed Chair Disagrees.
Jerome H. Powell has said that snarled supply chains, an oil shock following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and shifts among American consumers are primarily behind rapid price growth.
Woman Who Stormed Pelosi’s Office on Jan. 6 Is Sentenced to Three Years
Prosecutors said that Riley June Williams, 24, had acted as an “accelerant” in the Capitol attack, leading those around her past police lines and into the speaker’s office.
Benjamin Hall’s War Memoir Tops New York Times’ Best-Seller List Less Than 10 Days After Publication
Benjamin Hall has already made the most of his story from Ukraine, for the Fox News correspondent’s memoir has now topped The New York Times’ Best-Seller List.
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Arizona Supreme Court Turns Down Kari Lake’s Appeal in Her Election Lawsuit
The justices refused to hear Ms. Lake’s claims disputing her loss in the governor’s race, but sent one part of her lawsuit back to a trial court for review.
Man at Center of Jan. 6 Conspiracy Theory Demands Retraction From Fox
A lawyer for Ray Epps has demanded that the Fox host Tucker Carlson publicly apologize for “false and defamatory statements” that Mr. Epps served as a federal agent during the Capitol attack.
China Says It Will ‘Firmly Oppose’ Forced Sale of TikTok
China’s commerce ministry publicly rebuked the Biden administration’s efforts to push TikTok’s Chinese ownership to sell the app or face a possible ban in the United States.