On Monday evening, federal prosecutors in the Roger Stone case asked a judge for a nine-year sentence as punishment for his seven felony convictions, including threatening a witness and interfering with a congressional investigation into crimes possibly committed by his friend Donald Trump. But after President Trump wrote a night tweet calling the recommendation “horrible and unfair” while insisting that the “real crimes were on the other side,” the U.S. Justice Department has intervened to ask...
Actress Taraji P. Henson and other cast members of the “Empire” TV show are lobbying for former cast member Jussie Smollett to be allowed back on the show for the finale. Taraji said, “We can't end the show without him. He's
The Trump defense against impeachment is premised on layers upon layers of nonsense, but the notion that Donald Trump's act—suspension of military aid to a foreign nation until its government announced an investigation of his just-announced domestic political opponent—does not constitute a crime is among the most blatant.
While a president certainly has a broad right to fire officials, he is not entitled to do so for criminal reasons -- like witness retaliation, writes Elie Honig.
France Quietly Reintroducing The Crime Of Blasphemy
The president’s revenge began in November when the US Treasury Department sent highly sensitive financial documents tied to Hunter Biden to three Senate panels led by Republicans. Donald Trump’s vengeance continued Friday when not only national security official Alexander Vindman was perp-walked out of the White House but his twin brother, too. Yevgeny Vindman had [