Probing reporting and trenchant analysis to help understand the new and extraordinary intersection between the law and presidential politics.
Taking stock of where Trump’s major civil and criminal trials stand.
Plus: A new federal indictment could sink Republicans’ impeachment aspirations.
Plus: Was Robert Hur out of line in his report on Joe Biden’s classified documents?
Plus: Two monumental cases regarding Donald Trump and 2024.
If a judge finds the Fulton County prosecutor acted improperly, the case could be dismissed or delayed by months or years.
A Maine judge kicks the presidential ballot qualification question to the Supreme Court.
Plus: It’s not just politicians being ‘swatted.’
We’re waiting, waiting, waiting for the Supreme Court on Trump’s ballot access.
Plus: Donald Trump responds to prosecutors on the presidential immunity question and the House GOP isn’t finished with Hunter Biden.
Plus: Hunter Biden’s sordid past is finally catching up with him.
Plus: Christie—and only Christie—goes after the president from the debate stage.
What happens if the Georgia trial is ongoing in January 2025?
Plus, evaluating Trump’s PR strategy as his civil fraud trial continues.
Plus: Have House Republicans put their impeachment inquiry on the backburner?
Interpreting the guilty pleas from Donald Trump’s co-defendants in Georgia.
And the new gag order in Trump’s federal election interference case, explained.