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    Michael Cohen thinks criminal prosecutions are 'forthcoming' for Trump

    11:17
  • Rep. Zoe Lofgren: Committee will lay out more on Trump’s culpability

    11:56
  • GOP candidates have tricky relationships with the truth

    06:14
  • Trump tries a familiar defense with NY AG lawsuit: Throwing other people under the bus

    10:13
  • Miles Taylor: Trump seems to think his presidential powers continue

    10:17
  • Neal Katyal: Complaint from NY AG James has ‘devastating range’

    11:36
  • Weissmann: Dearie’s message to Trump lawyers is ‘if you don’t put up’ you won’t get relief

    10:58
  • New book highlights the moral choices confronting members of the Trump administration

    10:52
  • Fmr. press secretary to Zelenskyy: I believe Ukraine will win

    07:51
  • More Republicans refuse to vow to accept election results

    09:18
  • Frank Figliuzzi calls Trump’s QAnon embrace ‘the last act of a desperate man’

    07:54
  • Former US Attorney: 'Barr did the bidding of the president and politicized the DOJ'

    11:55
  • Charlie Sykes: DeSantis and Abbott are using ‘theater of cruelty’

    06:31
  • Brandon Van Grack: ‘DOJ has no option but to appeal’

    11:29
  • Former US Attorney Berman: DOJ told SDNY 'It’s time to even things out by indicting a Democrat before the midterms'

    12:29
  • Former Trump DHS official says Trump wanted to 'bus and dump' migrants into Democratic cities

    03:00
  • Neal Katyal: Obstruction case against Trump is ‘very strong’

    11:59
  • Biden announces new government actions targeting hate-fueled violence

    04:58
  • FBI serves MyPillow’s Mike Lindell with search warrant

    05:13
  • Rep. Lofgren: ‘Outrageous’ that Trump would pardon insurrectionists

    10:43

Growing number of alarms being pulled from inside the White House and executive branch

10:51

Former assistant director at the FBI Frank Figliuzzi, former federal prosecutor Paul Butler, former U.S. ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul, New York Times editorial board member Mara Gay, and former managing editor for TIME Magazine Rick Stengel on the Trump officials set to testify this week in front of Congress, including EU Ambassador Gordon Sondland, who consulted with the president before sending a text about Ukraine that said there were no quid pro quos of any kind