Judge T.S. Ellis said at a hearing in Manafort's case that he will not release the names of jurors deliberating Manafort's fate because he is worried about their safety. Manafort is being prosecuted by special counsel Robert Mueller's team. » Read More
By: Tucker Higgins
Trump told reporters on Friday that he expected to "quickly" remove the security clearance of Bruce Ohr, a Justice Department official with ties to special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. » Read More
By: Dan Mangan
"I think it's very sad what they've done to Paul Manafort," Trump says as the jury deliberates in the first of two federal criminal trials facing the former Trump campaign boss and lobbyist. » Read More
By: Kevin Breuninger
The number of convicted inmates in federal prison without citizenship sunk about 22 percent from fiscal 2011 to 2016 — before Donald Trump was inaugurated as president — according to a government watchdog's new study released Thursday. » Read More
President Trump says he's asked the SEC to look into ending the long-held quarterly earnings reports for publicly traded companies, saying it would boost business and in turn help create jobs.
That number of proposed exhibits for a federal trial in Washington dwarfs the fewer than 400 pieces of evidence that Robert Mueller's team of prosecutors introduced at Paul Manafort's ongoing trial in U.S. District Court in Alexandria, Virginia.
The president tells The Wall Street Journal he believes Brennan is among those responsible for the special counsel's probe into Russian attacks on the 2016 election and potential conspiracy between the Kremlin and the Trump campaign.
The nine-count federal indictment comes a year after the Philadelphia restaurant owner and mother held two lavish events, including dropping $25,000 on her son's prom, NBC Philadelphia reports.
In a tweet shortly before his appearance on MSNBC, Brennan alleged that Trump's actions are "part of a broader effort" to "suppress freedom of speech & punish critics."
Manafort is charged with 18 counts lodged by prosecutors from special counsel Robert Mueller's team, which is investigating Russia's attack on the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
The move targets one of President Donald Trump's most vocal critics.
Paul Manafort is accused of hiding from the IRS tens of millions of dollars earned overseas and of committing bank fraud to obtain loans to fund his lavish lifestyle when that income from a pro-Russia political party in Ukraine ran out.
Hotter temperatures are being blamed for rising crime, according to US News & World report.
Presiding Judge T.S. Ellis has repeatedly urged attorneys in Manafort's criminal trial to speed their pace and scrap evidence.
A U.S. investor files a $224 million lawsuit against AT&T accusing the telecommunications giant of negligence that allegedly caused the California resident to lose roughly $24 million in cryptocurrency.
Amid concerns that consumers face too many warnings, a California agency is moving to nullify a judge’s ruling that coffee be accompanied with a cancer notice, The New York Times reports.
Paul Manafort, who ran Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign for several months, is accused of tax crimes and bank fraud related to work he did for a pro-Russia political party in Ukraine.
President Donald Trump launched attack after attack on Twitter against former advisor Omarosa Manigault Newman and special counsel Robert Mueller, among others.
Plaintiffs in the case filed in New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan include Tinder's founders Sean Rad, Justin Mateen and Jonathan Badeen, as well as three current senior executives.
Omarosa revealed later on Tuesday that she has been interviewed by special counsel Robert Mueller.