An investigation into Allen Weisselberg, the Trump Organization’s finance chief, appears to be heading into its final stages as prosecutors increase pressure on him.
A Times team has revamped an online database that makes it easier to learn about the roughly 780 prisoners who were taken there, including the 40 who remain.
The former president began pressuring his acting attorney general even before announcing that his predecessor was stepping down, emails show.
John Demers, a Trump appointee who remained in the department, would typically have been briefed on investigations like those involving the secret collection of journalists’ phone records.
The company notified Donald F. McGahn II last month that it had been subpoenaed for his account information three years ago.
Prosecutors’ approach to unauthorized disclosures of government secrets has undergone a sea change in the 21st century.
Doctor who oversaw the care of republican prisoners during the Troubles later died by suicide
Florida’s tourism economy crashed, leaving dozens of low-wage workers trapped in a crumbling motel without electricity.
The stereotype of military and machismo is still prevalent if not exclusive, but the stories are complicated
The indictment marks the first charges lodged against conspirators linked to the radical gun rights group or involved with planning any of the political events held the week of the attack.
The Justice Department seized records from Apple for metadata of House Intelligence Committee members, their aides and family members.