New York's attorney general is suing former President Donald Trump and his company, accusing business fraud involving some of their most prized assets, including properties in Manhattan, Chicago and Washington, D.C.
The resistance is notable because it was the Trump team, not the Justice Department, that had requested the appointment of a special master to review of the documents.
The FBI says it took about 11,000 documents, including roughly 100 with classification markings found in a storage room and an office.
The former president has shared QAnon-related posts, including an image of himself with the words “the Storm is Coming,” which refers to Donald Trump’s final victory, when his opponents apparently will be tried and possibly executed.
Donald Trump's lawyers claim there’s no evidence that the documents seized by the FBI were shared with anyone, concluding that some of the records belong to the former president and not the DOJ.
The lawsuit named Hillary Clinton, her advisors, and FBI officials involved in a probe into whether former President Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign worked with Russia to affect the election outcome.
The special master will review documents seized by the FBI during the search of the former president's Florida home last month.
It's Donald Trump's first political rally since the FBI searched Mar-a-Lago.
The former president also said he would financially support those who participated in the deadly Capitol riot but did not specify how.
The inventory reveals in general terms the contents of 33 boxes taken from Mar-a-Lago during the Aug. 8 search.
The Justice Department says former President Donald Trump lacks legal grounds to demand the return of the documents because they do not belong to him. Officials also expressed concerns that appointing an outside legal expert could delay the investigation.
The Department of Justice Tuesday filed its response opposing the appointment of a "special master" to review documents seized from former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate.
A court filing Tuesday night shows the FBI also seized 33 boxes containing more than 100 classified records during its Aug. 8 search of Mar-a-Lago and found classified documents stashed in Trump’s office.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) filed its response opposing the appointment of a "special master" to review documents seized from former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate.
A judge said she's inclined to grant a request from Donald Trump’s lawyers to appoint an independent special master to oversee the records taken from Mar-a-Lago.
From charges to Trump responding with legal action, here is a look at what could come next in the classified materials case.
Fourteen of the 15 boxes recovered from Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate contained documents with classification markings, including at the top secret level, according to the affidavit.
Truth Social’s finances may be in significant disarray, sources say.
The affidavit is likely to contain key information about the FBI's basis for executing a search warrant at Donald Trump's club in Palm Beach.
The procedure could complicate Trump’s effort to gain the appointment of an independent special master.