Prosecutors investigating the 1/6 attack want to speak to Mike Pence as a witness in their investigation of Trump's attempted coup.
Trump repeatedly told his White House Chief of Staff John Kelly that he wanted a number of his perceived political enemies to be investigated by the IRS.
The Justice Department is monitoring the midterm election in 24 states in what looks to be the biggest election protection effort in US history.
The first stop the steal protests didn't occur in 2020, but after the 2018 Senate race in Florida, and now the Justice Department is investigating Roger Stone and the Proud Boys for their actions after that election.
A federal judge tossed Trump's claim of executive privilege and forced a top Mike Pence aide to testify before the 1/6 criminal grand jury.
Former prosecutor Andrew Weissmann said that Donald Trump gave damning evidence against himself over the weekend that makes it easier for DOJ to prosecute him.
The court appears concerned. It ordered Trump's attorneys to respond to DOJ's Friday night filing by noon on Tuesday.
Trump federal judge Aileen Cannon granted Trump's request for a special master and order the DOJ to halt its use of seized classified materials in the criminal investigation.
The top two former Trump White House lawyers are expected to testify before the DOJ's 1/6 grand jury on Friday.
In a filing arguing against a special master, the Department of Justice argued that Trump moved, hid, and concealed top secret and classified documents.
Donald Trump is on his failing social media platform demanding reinstatement as president, attacking the FBI, posting anti-Biden memes and conspiracy theories.
The affidavit revealed that as MSNBC's Ari Melber put it, the FBI and DOJ are investigating potential criminal activity at Trump's house.
Trump is growing privately concerned that the Justice Department is going to indict him for stealing classified documents.
Donald Trump is demanding all of the top secret documents that he stole back because he believes that they belong to him.
The DOJ said in court that they have several witnesses against Trump and that the former president willfully withheld classified information.
Donald Trump is under ongoing criminal investigation, and the DOJ wants to keep the evidence under wraps because it would jeopardize national security.
The DOJ grew concerned after subpoenaed surveillance video revealed Trump having boxes of classified material moved after being contracted by the Justice Department.
The section of the DOJ that is investigating Trump's theft of classified documents handles national security issues, espionage, and sabotage.
Trump's criminal defense lawyers are talking to the DOJ and setting up an executive privilege confrontation that the Justice Department is ready for.
The DOJ is reportedly getting closer to Trump, as numerous cabinet officials are cooperating with the criminal probe into 1/6.