The Supreme Court's decision to allow the release of the ex-president's tax returns means a criminal trial could be coming for Trump.
Michael Cohen predicted on Monday night that a Trump indictment is coming soon based on recent actions from the Manhattan DA's Office.
The Manhattan District Attorney's Office continues to ramp up its fraud investigation into Donald Trump's company.
Lindsey Graham is essentially admitting that he has no intention of being an open-minded juror in Donald Trump's Senate impeachment trial.
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) called Donald Trump's Senate trial – set to start on Tuesday – an open-and-shut case against the ex-president.
The House of Representatives officially delivered its latest article of impeachment against Donald Trump to the United States Senate.
Rep. Eric Swalwell made a clear and concise case for why Donald Trump should be convicted in the Senate's upcoming impeachment trial.
Rep. Dean blasted Graham for apparently forgetting that Trump incited an attack that targeted his own vice president and members of Congress.
The mob that descended on D.C. on Jan. 6 was filled with pro-Trump white supremacists, many of whom were on the FBI terrorist watchlist.
Participating in a violent coup – or even standing silently by as Donald Trump encourages one – isn't something that looks good on a resume.
With Mike Pence reportedly opposing an attempt to remove Trump via the 25th Amendment, House Democrats could move quickly on impeachment.
The Patriotic Millionaires issued a statement calling for those members of the House and Senate who incited with Trump the violent, armed insurrection to be removed from office and tried for sedition.
Reid ripped Donald Trump's effort to pressure the Georgia secretary of state, calling the outgoing president a dime store dictator.
Rep. Adam Schiff said that Trump is the worst person to be leading the country in the midst of a serious Russian cyber attack.
Nearly a year into this pandemic, more than 315,000 Americans have died in no small part because of Donald Trump's negligence.
Trump is considering pardoning Ivanka Trump and son-in-law Jared Kushner at a time when they have profited massively from his presidency.
Another bombshell published by The New York Times revealed that Trump avoided paying taxes on nearly $300 million in loans he received.
Rachel Maddow blew the lid off Donald Trump's scheme to kneecap CDC disease detective teams in the middle of a pandemic.
Cohen told Maddow that he believes that if Trump loses to Joe Biden, he will resign and have Mike Pence pardon him.
In the book, an ex-friend of the First Lady described how she was scapegoated in the midst of a scandal involving the inaugural committee.