Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has asked a Connecticut judge to throw out a nearly $1 billion verdict against him and order a new trial in a lawsuit by Sandy Hook families, who say they were subjected to harassment and threats from Jones' lies abou
Trump Organization, former president Donald Trump's namesake company, is set to go on trial Monday for alleged tax crimes -- the result of a lengthy investigation into the company and its executives related to fraud and other potentially illegal
The House Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on Congress voted to subpoena Donald Trump in the last public hearing, noting that there were witnesses who declared the Fifth Amendment rights, thus leaving unanswered questions that only Tr
Adam Kinzinger says January 6 panel will 'negotiate' to get Trump to comply with the subpoena – and committee member Stephanie Murphy claims they will call in Secret Service officials for questioning under oath
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In the latest demonstration of the absurdity of defamation laws, radio show host Alex Jones has been ordered to pay $965 million to people whose didn't like things Jones said about the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre in Newtown, Connecticut.
Sources at the ICC have revealed a shocking account that all the lawyers there are trying to just talk trash to justify charging Putin with war crimes. First of all, they have no jurisdiction over ANY head of state. In addition, Neither the United St
A member of the Oath Keepers who traveled to Washington before the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol testified Wednesday about a massive cache of weapons the far-right extremist group stashed in a Virginia hotel room.
Former President Donald Trump "loves the idea of testifying" before the House select committee investigating last year's Capitol riot after the panel unanimously voted Thursday to subpoena him, according to a new report.
We have the transcripts from day 1 of the Igor Danchenko trial. Pretrial matters and jury selection took up all of yesterday morning; openings and the prosecution's case-in-chief, led by Special Counsel Durham, started in the afternoon.
President Joe Biden on Tuesday said he has "great confidence" in his son, downplaying reports that federal investigators have enough evidence to charge the first son with tax crimes and a false statement on a gun purchase.