E. Jean Carroll adds Trump's post-verdict remarks to defamation case, seeks at least $10M
E. Jean Carroll, the advice columnist who won a $5 million sexual abuse and defamation award against former President Donald Trump, is seeking at least $10 million more in a court filing Monday that seeks to hold him liable for remarks he made after the verdict.
False claims of a stolen election thrive unchecked on Twitter as Musk promises otherwise
Election falsehoods are thriving on Twitter after former President Donald Trump dug in on those claims during a recent CNN town hall.
Trump digs in on election lies, attacks accuser during CNN town hall event
Trump continued to insist the 2020 election had been “rigged," even though state and federal election officials, his own campaign and White House aides, and numerous courts have rejected his allegations.
Trump rape lawsuit: Jury rejects rape claim, finds Trump liable for sexual abuse in 1996 attack
A jury in New York City has rejected a woman’s claim that Donald Trump raped her in a luxury Manhattan department store in 1996, but found Trump liable for sexual abuse against E. Jean Carroll.
Donald Trump refuses last chance to testify at New York civil trial
Donald Trump has not shown up once during the Manhattan federal court trial. A jury has viewed parts of an October videotaped deposition in which Trump denied raping writer E. Jean Carroll or ever knowing her.
Trump deposition video in rape trial released
In the video, which was recorded last October, Trump denies the allegations of his accuser, the writer E. Jean Carroll, referring to her as a “nut job" and “mentally sick."
Trump can't block Mike Pence from testifying before grand jury, appeals court rules
Pence was subpoenaed to testify earlier this year, but lawyers for Trump objected, citing executive privilege concerns.
Co-founder of fundraising group promising to help Trump construct border wall sentenced to 4 years in prison
Brian Kolfage was sentenced Wednesday for defrauding donors to the We Build the Wall effort.
DA Alvin Bragg, House Republicans end fight over Donald Trump's criminal case
House Republicans started scrutinizing Bragg’s investigation into Donald Trump weeks before he was indicted on 34 criminal charges.
Will Donald Trump attend his rape trial? Judge wants to know
A federal judge wants to know if ex-President Donald Trump plans to attend a New York trial this month resulting from a columnist’s claims that he raped her in a department store dressing room in the 1990s.
US review on chaotic military withdrawal from Afghanistan largely blames Trump administration
The White House on Thursday publicly released a 12-page summary of the results of the so-called “hotwash” of U.S. policies around the ending of the nation’s longest war, taking little responsibility for its own actions.
Trump responds to 34 felony counts of falsifying business records in NY
Former President Trump was fingerprinted and escorted by Secret Service into the New York criminal courtroom Tuesday.
Trump arraigned: Former president pleads not guilty to 34 felony counts
Trump was charged with 34 felony counts of falsifying business records after a grand jury investigated hush money payments made during his 2016 presidential campaign.
Trump charged with falsifying records. What is that?
Trump pleaded not guilty to more than 30 counts of felonious falsifying business records Tuesday. If convicted, he faces up to more than a year behind bars.
Donald Trump turns himself in: The day in photos
Trump described the experience as “SURREAL" as he traveled from Trump Tower to a lower Manhattan courtroom for the arraignment hearing.
Donald Trump indictment: Will there be cameras inside the courthouse?
Former President Donald Trump has returned to New York for his historic booking and arraignment on criminal charges.
Trump arrives in New York ahead of booking, arraignment
Former President Donald Trump has returned to New York from his home in Florida for his historic booking and arraignment on criminal charges.
NY Judge bans cameras, cell phones during Trump indictment
Questions swirl over what former President Donald Trump can say about his indictment. Legal experts said it’s likely a gag order could be put on the case preventing Trump and his attorneys from commenting.
Trump's legal woes will continue even as he runs for president
The world will be watching Tuesday as Trump turns himself in to the Manhattan D.A. but this indictment isn’t the only legal issue Donald Trump is facing.
Donald Trump faces setbacks in other investigations as NY case proceeds
The former president is set to be arraigned in the New York case, but faces more legal troubles, including his retention of top secret government documents, the Jan. 6 insurrection, and his efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election.