The “Late Show” welcomed some good news for once about the former president’s legal fate.
Democrats are so used to being mad at over the pace of the DOJ’s Jan. 6 investigation, news this week that Trump’s actions were being examined sparked an unfamiliar emotion: joy.
The DOJ is concerned that Sidney Powell may be paying for lawyers for Oath Keepers who breached the Capitol—and they want to find out if the Oath Keepers even know.
The Trump loyalist was indicted Thursday for refusing to comply “in any way” with a subpoena issued by the House committee investigating the Capitol riot.
Roger Stone has been reluctant to turn over his financial records. Now the feds are turning to the courts, and they may find more than they bargained for.
Yachts don’t come cheap, even when you seize them—and that could mean the oligarchs’ favorite toys could end up with “for sale” signs.
The Trump White House destroyed some records and took others to Mar-a-Lago. A Nixon-era records law proved useless. But another law could kill his comeback dreams.