The court said there was nothing left to the case after Trump was permanently suspended from Twitter and ended his presidential term in January.
Two Capitol police officers who say they suffered physical and emotional damage during the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol are suing President Donald Trump, saying he incited the mob that assaulted them.
After being banned from social media for “inciting violence” ahead of the Jan. 6 riot, a senior adviser to former president Donald Trump says Trump has plans to make a comeback online by creating his own social media platform.
Former President Donald Trump's Palm Beach club has been partially closed because of a COVID outbreak.
The annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) is slated to run through Sunday and a number of high-profile conservatives will take the stage to share conservative ideas with the crowd.
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A longtime Trump adviser told Axios his CPAC speech will be a "show of force," and said the message will be: "I may not have Twitter or the Oval Office, but I'm still in charge." The source reportedly added that "payback is his chief obsession."
In a significant defeat for former President Donald Trump, the Supreme Court is declining to step in to halt the turnover of his tax records to a New York state prosecutor.
Donald Trump will be making his first post-presidential appearance at a conservative gathering in Florida next weekend.
Former President Donald Trump has issued a blistering statement denouncing the top Republican in the Senate, Mitch McConnell, as a “political hack” who will make sure the party “will not win again."
A Democratic congressman has sued Donald Trump, alleging Trump incited the deadly insurrection at the Capitol. It’s believed to be the first suit filed by a member of Congress in an expected wave of litigation over the riot.
Former President Donald Trump is welcoming his second impeachment acquittal and says his movement “has only just begun.”
The Senate voted 57-43 in a rare Saturday session to acquit former president Donald Trump for his alleged role in the deadly siege on the U.S. Capitol, falling short of the 67 votes needed for a conviction.
During a brief debate prior to the vote over whether the Senate would call witnesses, the Senate chamber was scolded after laughing during remarks from Trump impeachment lawyer Michael van der Veen.
Word of McConnell’s decision came Saturday before what is expected to be a final day in the historic trial on the charge that Trump incited an insurrection in the deadly Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol.
The impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump is speeding toward a conclusion and near-certain acquittal, perhaps as soon as Saturday.
Prosecutors wrapped up an emotional two days of opening arguments in the impeachment trial, with Trump’s defense to take the floor on Friday.
For the first time, senators saw detailed security video of the break-in and heard grim emergency calls from Capitol police pleading for back-up as they were overwhelmed.
The impeachment trial against the former president opened Tuesday with a Senate debate and vote on whether it's constitutionally permissible to prosecute Donald Trump since he is no longer in office.
Lawyers for Donald Trump on Monday blasted the impeachment case against him as an act of “political theater” by Democrats. The trial is set to begin Tuesday.