The Google-owned video platform became the latest of the big social networks to reverse the former president’s account restrictions.
Category: New York Times
Judge Rules Trump Lawyer Must Testify in Documents Inquiry
The ruling found that the government had met the threshold for the crime-fraud exception, which allows prosecutors to get around attorney-client privilege if they believe a crime has been committed.
When Judges Decide on Abortion
Cases in Poland and Texas bring legal vulnerabilities into sharp relief.
Biden Asks Congress for New Tools to Target Executives of Failed Banks
The request is a response to the federal rescue of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank, and it seeks to impose new fines and other penalties.
Justice Dept. Investigating TikTok’s Owner Over Possible Spying on Journalists
The inquiry appears to be tied to an admission by the app’s owner, ByteDance, that employees had inappropriately obtained Americans’ data. The company said it had fired the workers involved.
Trump Failed to Follow Law on Foreign Gifts, House Democrats Say
A report by Democrats on the House Oversight Committee documented instances of the Trump White House failing to report gifts that Donald J. Trump had received from abroad and others that remain missing.
Prosecution Completes Testimony in Proud Boys Jan. 6 Sedition Trial
The government’s two-month-long presentation included more than 20 witnesses and used some legal theories that tested the boundaries of conspiracy law.
Banned From Russian Airspace, U.S. Airlines Look to Restrict Competitors
Because of the war in Ukraine, U.S. carriers have to take the long way on flights to and from Asia, giving an advantage to foreign rivals flying the same routes.
CNN’s Prime-Time Experiment Is Off to a Slow Start
Viewership is down in the early going of CNN’s new 9 p.m. programming strategy, as the network tries to reinvent itself.
DeSantis, on Defense, Shows Signs of Slipping in Polls
For now, the Florida governor isn’t firing back at Trump.