Former president Donald Trump and his lawyer Michael Cohen allegedly made the illegal payoffs as part of a deal to "catch and kill" negative tabloid stories.
Biden Was Too Busy To Watch The News As Trump Was Arraigned, But He’ll Catch Up Later, The White House Says
“Of course, this is playing out on many of the networks here on a daily basis for hours and hours, so obviously, he will catch part of the news when he has a moment to catch up on the news of the day,” White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters on Tuesday.
“If you are a pro-life voter, you have waited your entire life for this chance; if you are a pro-choice voter, you are confronted by the possibility of losing essentially all rights to abortion in the state.”
"I want every member of the trans community to know that we see you. You’re each made in the image of God, and deserve love, dignity, and respect."
Will there be a mugshot? Could he run for president from prison? We asked legal scholars all your most burning questions.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal, who authored a cruise safety bill, argues that cruise passengers deserve better protection and support.
"‘Home Alone 2: Lost in New York’ star Donald Trump has been indicted on criminal charges."
Trump will now need to be formally arrested and arraigned like any other defendant — a stunning fall from grace for someone who was once one of the most powerful people on the planet.
The top House Democrat castigated Republicans for inaction after the Tennessee mass shooting that killed three children and three adults.
“Just literally for one day you can be completely unabashedly yourself and be that queer teen that Florida seems to be afraid of.”
Rep. George Santos has had, according to his claims, a long career. So has Barbie. Can you tell which supposed job belongs to who?
As Criminal Charges Loom, Donald Trump Is Not Mad Online. Do Not Put In The Newspaper That He Is Mad.
The former president is attacking Manhattan’s district attorney — and his possible 2024 rival, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis — as he faces the prospect of criminal charges.
Trump had predicted he’d be arrested on Tuesday, sending supporters, opponents, and a ton of media scrambling to the Manhattan courthouse where it may all go down.
Twice’s Chaeyoung Apologized For Her T-Shirt Bearing A Swastika But Hasn't Yet Addressed The QAnon T-Shirt She Wore
The 23-year-old idol posted a statement to her Instagram, saying she “will pay absolute attention in the future,” days after she wore a QAnon T-shirt.
“‘Move fast and break things’ seems to suddenly be in vogue again.”
A dozen members of the public — including defense attorneys, free press advocates, and LGBTQ activists — all rose to speak against the controversial Florida bill, warning that it likely contravenes long-standing Supreme Court precedent.
Pete Buttigieg’s Husband Chasten Hit Back At Mike Pence After The Former VP Made Anti-Gay Jokes About Their Kids
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre is among those who are calling on Pence to apologize for his comments.
“People Need To Be Paying Attention”: How A Bill Aimed At The Media Could Impact Democracy As We Know It
An “extreme” bill in Florida is aimed at making it easier to sue the news media for defamation — and it's alarmed First Amendment advocates across the country.
Tennessee’s Republican Lieutenant Governor Has Been Commenting Heart And Fire Emojis On This Young Man’s Thirst Traps
“Super look,” the politician commented on a shirtless photo of the young man.
RuPaul Urged Fans To Fight Back Against The Right-Wing “Stunt Queens” Who Are Legislating Against Drag
RuPaul had faced criticism by some for not speaking out more publicly against the spate of anti-drag bills sweeping state houses across the country.
"We are very, very close to being able to ignore Trump most nights. I truly can't wait," Carlson texted weeks before the end of Trump's term.
Biden's Ukraine Visit Was A Logistical Nightmare That Included A 10-Hour Train Trip Through The War-Torn Country
"One year later, Kyiv stands. And Ukraine stands. Democracy stands."
A Grand Jury Believes “One Or More” Witnesses May Have Lied During Inquiry Into Trump’s Efforts To Overturn The 2020 Election
“The grand jury recommends that the district attorney seek appropriate indictments for such crimes where the evidence is compelling.”
Sen. John Fetterman Checked Himself Into A Hospital For Treatment Of Clinical Depression, And His Wife Said She's Proud Of Him For "Getting The Care He Needs"
It comes a week after he was hospitalized for feeling lightheaded at a Senate retreat.
Amazon Warehouse Worker Daniel Olayiwola Decided To Make A Podcast About Amazon’s Working Conditions
On his podcast Surviving Scamazon, Daniel Olayiwola, a 29-year-old warehouse worker, offers frank commentary about the company’s working conditions.
A Bill To Ban Gender-Affirming Care For Young Adults In Oklahoma Is Pushing Trans And Nonbinary People To Leave The State Even Though Republicans Backed Off
“We can buy cigarettes, we can buy a gun, we can buy alcohol, but we’re still not old enough to have a private agreement with our medical provider on what we want to do with our own body?”
“This issue is about respect. The millions of Spanish speakers living in the U.S. deserve equal treatment and consideration as CBS’s English-speaking viewers.”
“Nobody wants to leave. What are you supposed to do after this?”
The “Special Treatment” Supreme Court Justices Got During The Leak Investigation Should Be Investigated, A Group Told Congress
The justices didn’t have to sign affidavits denying the leak, but their staff did. Congress is being urged to investigate why.
The pair allegedly targeted three so-called pregnancy help centers that offer abortion alternatives that include counseling, pregnancy testing, and ultrasounds.