The judge ruled against Trump, imposing a $364 million penalty. He also barred Eric Trump and Donald Trump Jr. from serving as an officer or director of any New York corporation for two years.
The Supreme Court set a date of March 26 to hear oral arguments in a high-stakes case over access to mifepristone, a commonly used abortion pill.
Three U.S. service members were killed and 25 others were injured in a drone attack on an outpost in Jordan near the Syria border, U.S. Central Command confirmed on Sunday.
The New Hampshire Republican presidential primary left Donald Trump with another win Tuesday night, but Nikki Haley promised that she was not giving up her bid to offer the Republican Party and independents an alternative to Mr. Trump and Democratic President Joe Biden.
Donald Trump won the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday, tightening his grip on the Republican presidential nomination and bolstering the likelihood of a rematch later this year against President Joe Biden.
The top four candidates for California’s U.S. Senate seat met for the first time on the debate stage Monday night in Los Angeles.
Judge Lewis A. Kaplan told the former president that his right to be present at the trial will be revoked if he remains disruptive.
Jury selection begins Tuesday morning at a federal court in Manhattan. Opening arguments could take place by afternoon in what is essentially a second penalty phase of a legal fight Carroll has already won.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has prostate cancer, and his recent secretive hospitalization was for surgery and later to treat a urinary tract infection related to that operation, his doctors said Tuesday.
A group of Oakland residents, fed up with city leadership are pushing ahead with an effort to recall Mayor Sheng Thao.
Outfielder Mitch Haniger is returning to the Seattle Mariners after being acquired from the San Francisco Giants on Friday along with right-hander Anthony DeSclafani and $6 million in exchange for left-hander Robbie Ray in a trade of underperforming players coming off injuries.
The Colorado Republican Party is appealing that state supreme court's ruling banning former President Donald Trump from its primary ballot.
Health officials in Hamas-run Gaza say the Palestinian death toll there has surpassed 20,000. That figure was released Friday.
Gad Haggai, an Israeli American, had been thought to be among the more than 100 Israeli hostages still alive in Gaza.
The largest release of American prisoners in Venezuela’s history comes weeks after the Biden administration agreed to suspend some sanctions, following a commitment by Maduro and an opposition faction to work toward free and fair conditions for the 2024 presidential election.
Former House Speaker Kevin McCarthy submitted his official resignation from Congress, effective Dec. 31. As he concludes 17 years representing the Central Valley, the race to replace him has been marked by chaos.
Big security concerns are being raised on Capitol Hill after an aide to a Maryland senator was allegedly one of the two men seen in a sex video recorded in a Senate hearing room.
The man who will oversee elections in one rural county in Nevada next year has pleaded not guilty, along with five fellow Republicans, on charges that they submitted false paperwork claiming Donald Trump had won the state in 2020.
KTVU's Alex Savidge speaks with Jessica Levinson, Law Professor at Loyola Marymount University about controversial tax case Moore v. United States as the Supreme Court hears arguments.
California Governor Gavin Newsom and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis faced off in a first-of-its kind debate, taking shots at each other and their respective states. KTVU's Alex Savidge discusses the key moments and aftermath with Corey Cook, Professor of Politics at Saint Mary's College.