Keeping track of all the criminal investigations of Trump isn’t easy, so we did it for you.
The many (many) redactions reveal the scope of the DOJ's concerns — but keep Trump from seeking revenge.
The search of former President Donald J. Trump’s Florida home was spurred by the discovery that he had kept classified material related to the use of human sources in intelligence gathering.
The newly released affidavit sheds light on the classified documents at the center of Trump’s growing legal problems.
The release of a redacted affidavit that the Justice Department used to obtain a search warrant for former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home shed new light on the federal investigation into the handling of documents from his White House.
The latest filing, however, may be more noteworthy for what’s not in it.
The heavily redacted document lays out the justification the Department of Justice provided to a judge for permission to search for and seize highly classified documents in an FBI raid of Trump's Florida home.
This recovering litigator is focused on the kind of small details lawyers normally obsess over — and sometimes with good reason.
It’s days like today when I wonder whether Donald Trump has ever heard the phrase, “Never let ‘em see you sweat.”
Documents related to the work of clandestine sources are some of the most sensitive and protected in the government. F.B.I. agents found some in boxes retrieved from Donald J. Trump’s home.
You know what they say - history doesn't repeat itself, but it often rhymes. Well, the FBI must have some master poets.
The largest piece of evidence about why FBI agents searched former president Donald Trump’s residence is out.
The Department of Justice released a version of the document it used to convince a judge to issue a warrant to seize documents from former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence. The affidav...
The FBI told a judge that there was "probable cause to believe" that classified national security materials were improperly taken to "unauthorized" locations at Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort, and that a search would also likely find "evidence of obstruction," according to a redacted version of the search warrant affidavit released Friday.
Trump mocked the DOJ's heavily redacted search warrant affidavit that was used as the basis for the FBI raid of Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate.
Former President Donald Trump and his allies dismissed the affidavit that led to an FBI search of his Mar-a-Lago home in Florida this month as politically motivated, saying after a redacted version was released on Friday that "what is unredacted only further supports" Trump's claims of political persecution.
Records the FBI obtained from Trump’s Florida home in advance of the Aug. 8 search bore indications they contained human source intelligence.
Joe Biden on Friday spoke with reporters as he prepared to depart the White House for another vacation in Delaware. A reporter asked Biden if Trump could have declassified all the documents stored at Mar-a-Lago. President Trump recently described the declassification process in a statement to John Solomon of Just The News. “He had a…
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