Former President Donald Trump is expected to make what he is calling a "very big announcement" Tuesday night from his Mar-a-Lago estate. Sources close to Trump told CBS News he is planning to enter the 2024 presidential race. CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe has more.
The investigation may pertain to her attendance of the 2021 Met Gala. Her office told Insider they're "confident that this matter will be dismissed."
- Business Insider
Liz Cheney resurfaced Paul Gosar's deleted tweet supporting Donald Trump's call to terminate the US Constitution: 'Time to condemn Trump yet?'
Donald Trump suggested the "termination" of rules and regulations in the Constitution that led to disputed voter fraud in the 2020 election.
Two entities under The Trump Organization’s umbrella have been convicted of criminal tax fraud. It’s a first for Donald Trump’s company, set to tarnish the former president’s brand of successful businessman.
- Miami Herald
Doral city commissioners held an emergency meeting Wednesday to comply with former President Donald Trump’s December deadline to accept his gift of surrendering development rights at his resort’s premiere golf course.
- Associated Press
At least two items marked as classified were found in a storage unit in West Palm Beach, Florida, after lawyers for former President Donald Trump arranged for a firm to search for additional classified material, according to a published report Wednesday. The items were provided to the FBI. The Washington Post, citing anonymous sources, reported that the items were discovered by an outside team brought in by Trump's representatives to search his other properties after the FBI recovered roughly 100 documents marked classified during an Aug. 8 search of his Palm Beach estate, Mar-a-Lago.
- National Review
“Over the last year, I’ve gotten to know Herschel and have seen first-hand the movement he built in his home state,” NRSC chairman Rick Scott said in a statement.
Many people in North Korea are suffering from malnutrition and much of the country lives in extreme poverty. Here's what daily life is like.
- Rolling Stone
Lawyers for the former president turned over more sensitive documents to the FBI after conducting an independent search of his properties
- The Daily Beast
BettmannThe CIA holds documents that show presidential assassin Lee Harvey Oswald was involved in an intelligence operation before the assassination of John F. Kennedy, a prominent Kennedy assassination reporter alleged Tuesday.“We’re talking about smoking-gun proof of a CIA operation involving Lee Harvey Oswald,” reporter Jefferson Morley said.Morley claimed the CIA operation involving Oswald took place in the summer of 1963, three months before the assassination. The allegation from Morley, wh
- Business Insider
Lawyers reportedly found more classified government documents in Trump's Florida storage units alongside 'swords and wrestling belts'
Donald Trump hired a team to do a more thorough search of his properties after the FBI executed a search warrant at Mar-a-Lago.
- Motley Fool
Every month, close to 66 million people -- mostly retired workers -- receive a Social Security benefit. Since 2002, national pollster Gallup has surveyed retirees to decipher how important Social Security income is to making ends meet. With this in mind, it should come as no surprise that the annual cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) announcement from the Social Security Administration is the most-anticipated event every year.
Stuart Varney, once a loyal defender of the former president, criticized Trump on multiple fronts.
"The Daily Show" host pointed out the absurdity of Trump wanting to run the country again after his organization was found guilty of financial crimes.
- The New York Times
Tuesday’s conviction of the Trump Organization on charges of financial impropriety, coupled with the loss by former President Donald Trump’s candidate in the Georgia Senate runoff, marked one of the worst days for Trump since he announced his presidential candidacy roughly three weeks ago. First came the events in the city where he was born and raised. In New York, the jury that heard the case brought by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg deliberated over two days before returning guilty ve
Rep. Adam Schiff said 'facts support' indicting Trump and that the January 6 panel will make its evidence public so the GOP can't 'cherry-pick' and 'mislead the country'
Rep. Adam Schiff said the January 6 committee will release its evidence "so when the Republicans take over" they can't propagate a "false narrative."
- Ukrayinska Pravda
Ukrainian Defence Intelligence Chief's opinion: Russian propagandists are preparing Russia for defeat, as it is a foregone conclusion
Kyrylo Budanov, Chief of the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine, has said that Russian propagandists have changed their rhetoric and now criticise the Russian generals and discuss their unwillingness to lose the war.
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- The New Voice of Ukraine
German law enforcement officers in a large-scale special operation across the country have neutralized a terrorist group that was preparing a coup d'etat, German Minister of Justice Marco Buschmann said on Twitter on Dec. 7.
- NY Daily News
NEW YORK — The jury has spoken. But on the subject of Donald Trump’s business, so has everyone else. Just moments after a Manhattan jury delivered a guilty verdict against the former president’s family real estate business, social media was buzzing with reaction to the high-stakes decision. Tweets, memes and hashtags dominated the still-popular Twitter platform. The only opinion missing from ...
- The New Voice of Ukraine
Ukraine has no limitation on the distance of its strikes on targets in Russian territory, a Ukrainian government defence adviser told the Financial Times newspaper in a report published on Dec. 7.