Federal judge said it's her "preliminary intent" to name a special master, as Donald Trump has asked, but first needs more details about seized documents.
The Director of National Intelligence will assess the sensitive documents found at former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence for the potential risk to national security, according to a letter sent to House Oversight and Intelligence committee chairs. NBC News' Gary Grumbach reports on the letter's details and how President Biden is reacting to the Department of Justice's investigation.
Unredacted portions of the affidavit underlying the Mar-a-Lago search warrant point to a crime that has been overshadowed amid disputes over classified information.
The director of national intelligence told lawmakers that her office would lead a review concerning the sensitive documents retrieved from former President Donald J. Trump’s Florida residence.
The judge, an appointee of President Donald J. Trump, indicated she was prepared to grant Mr. Trump’s request for an arbiter, or special master, to review the documents seized by the F.B.I.
The judge in the case gave the government until Tuesday to present its arguments in the matter.
The largest piece of evidence about why FBI agents searched former president Donald Trump’s residence is out.
A federal judge scheduled a hearing for Thursday to consider former President Donald Trump's request for a "special master" to oversee the FBI's review of evidence seized at Mar-a-Lago.
Records the FBI obtained from Trump’s Florida home in advance of the Aug. 8 search bore indications they contained human source intelligence.
In a brief order, Judge Aileen Cannon also orders DOJ to give Trump more details on what it seized from his estate.
The latest filing, however, may be more noteworthy for what’s not in it.
A Florida judge filed an order Saturday noting that the court plans to appoint a special master to oversee judicial interactions with plaintiff former President Trump. “The Court hereby provides no…
Intelligence officials in the Biden administration will review the national security risk posed by top-secret documents held at the Mar-a-Lago home of former President Trump. Director of National I…
Lawyers for former President Donald Trump harped on the recently released affidavit for the Mar-a-Lago raid, arguing it bolsters their case for relief in the Justice Department's inquiry on Trump's handling of documents.
The intelligence community will seek to determine if the storage of official documents at Mar-a-Lago posed a national security risk.
The heavily redacted document reveals potential obstruction claims against Trump.
A newly released FBI document helps flesh out the contours of an investigation into classified documents at President Donald Trump’s Florida estate.
Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines confirmed the review in a letter to top lawmakers.
The U.S. intelligence community will investigate to assess potential damage from documents seized from Mar-a-Lago.
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