Led by the conservative Heritage Foundation, the ambitious proposal aims to reshape federal governance by dismantling the "administrative state," curtailing women and LGBTQIA+ rights as well as tightening immigration laws.

Donald Trump falsely claimed "Biden's DOJ" authorized the FBI to use "deadly force" during the Mar-a-Lago raid in 2022.


Maxine Waters wonders whether Trump is using his conviction as a way to incite more violence from his rabid MAGA followers.

Kyle Rittenhouse posted "Joe Biden is gay," after posting that Donald Trump "should not of [sic] been found guilty," both of which got him ridiculed and reminded he's a killer.

Alvin L. Bragg, Jr., the 37th District Attorney elected in Manhattan, etched his name in history by securing the first-ever criminal conviction against a former U.S. President, but how did he climb to incredible heights in the legal world?

Eric Trump said Black people are "swinging over to Donald Trump in spades” after Donald Trump was convicted of felonies. Here's why that's racist no matter how he meant it.


The same NYC legal system he tried to influence against the Exonerated 5 is now holding him accountable.


As Donald Trump stays in the presidential race, old video from 2016 shows he said White House candidates under indictment “shouldn’t be allowed to run.”


Since Trump has been convicted of 34 felonies and can still run for president of the United States, doesn’t it seem fair to remove the felony-related question from job applications for everyday citizens?

Black women judges preside over the First Division of New York’s Supreme Appellate Court if Trump wants to appeal his conviction.

During an interview on CNN, Tim Scott denied a public statement that Donald Trump made amid his guilty verdict.


University of Indiana political science professor Dr. Laura Wilson broke down Donald Trump's guilty verdict in his hush money trial.