Prosecutors are not expected to ask a judge to unseal the Trump indictment on Friday, according to a source with direct knowledge of the court proceedings.
Trump indicted and expected to surrender to authorities next week
A Manhattan grand jury voted Thursday to indict former President Donald Trump in an investigation into a hush money payment to adult film star Stormy Daniels during Trump's 2016 campaign. Here's everything we know so far about the indictment.
Analysis: The one-man split screen — leading candidate and criminal suspect — is forcing a badly divided body politic to wrestle with its principles.
Here are five key legal issues to look out for when the legal document outlining the charges against former President Donald Trump are made public.
When will the indictment be made public? Will Trump be handcuffed? Will there be cameras in the courtroom? Here’s what we know about what happens next in the legal proceeding.
Biden is using the power of incumbency to draw an implicit contrast between himself and Trump, and allies see little political upside in being drawn into the fray.
Ron DeSantis, Nikki Haley, Mike Pence and Tim Scott attacked the Manhattan DA and were quick to assert that the indictment was about politics and not potential criminal activity.