The former president's recklessness is beyond dispute, but that is not enough to convict him while respecting the First Amendment.
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A federal district court judge dismissed Lindell's counterclaims against Dominion and Smartmatic, and Lindell may still be on the hook for defamation.
Democratic gubernatorial nominee Josh Shapiro ran ads that boosted Mastriano's GOP primary campaign. There's no way this strategy could ever backfire, right?
Here Is Why a Federal Judge Says Trump Probably Committed Felonies When He Tried to Overturn Biden's Election
A ruling in a dispute over emails sought by the January 6 committee agrees that Trump's actions likely violated two federal laws.
The New York Times Belatedly Admits the Emails on Hunter Biden's Abandoned Laptop Are Real and Newsworthy
A year and a half after the New York Post broke the story, the Times says it has "authenticated" the messages it previously deemed suspect.
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A Judge Finds a 'Substantial Basis' for the Claim That Fox News Recklessly Promoted Trump's Election Fantasy
The decision allows Smartmatic to proceed with its defamation lawsuit against Fox, two anchors, and Rudy Giuliani.
A Supreme Court ruling restoring Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s capital sentence and a congressional logjam makes it clear that only he can keep his campaign promise.
The platform punished The Hill's morning show, Rising, for showing a clip of Trump speaking.
Sidney Powell Disowns Her Kraken, Saying She Is Not Responsible for Her Phony Story of a Stolen Election
The former Trump campaign lawyer, who is fighting sanctions against her, says the claims she made in her Michigan lawsuit "perhaps" were true.
Neither Republicans nor Democrats can be trusted to give an honest account of what happened that day.
By saying the quiet part loud, the former president should spur Congress into action.
The North Carolina congressman's opponents argue that the 14th Amendment disqualifies him from seeking reelection.
Things are getting so bad for Democrats that some are starting to wish for Hillary Clinton to return to politics. Yikes.
The Sedition Indictment Against 11 Oath Keepers Describes a Plot That Was Pitifully Inept and Ineffectual
This is the first time that participants in the Capitol riot have been charged with sedition.
Proving that claim requires more than reckless rhetoric, which is constitutionally protected.
There are good reasons to think polls grossly exaggerate the number of Americans who support political violence.
There are not many subjects on which Professors McConnell, Pildes, Foley and Smith agree.
For decades, libertarians have focused on illiberalism coming from the political left. But authoritarianism has taken root among many conservatives across the world.
Will the Supreme Court step in?
The South Dakota Supreme Court ruled that the ballot initiative violated the "single subject" rule for constitutional amendments.
A federal magistrate judge in Colorado orders two attorneys to pay over $180K in fees to cover defendants' legal costs.
A panel of the court will hear Trump’s challenge to the release of material on an expedited basis.
The former presidential candidate talks about UBI, race relations, ranked-choice voting, his new political party Forward, and how "the duopoly is killing us."
President Trump is telling former aides to assert executive privilege to frustrate the congressional investigation of January 6.
A conservative law professor advised Donald Trump that Mike Pence could unilaterally overturn the 2020 election.
An audacious last-minute attempt to undo the results of the 2020 election.
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The Court Order Approving Sanctions Against Sidney Powell Shows How Hastily She Assembled Her Kraken
A federal judge concluded that Powell and eight other pro-Trump lawyers who challenged Michigan's election results made frivolous arguments and treated evidence recklessly.
Since Platform-by-Platform Censorship Doesn't Work, These Researchers Think, the Government Should Help 'Halt the Spread of Misinformation'
Their study found that Twitter's efforts to police Donald Trump's false election fraud claims were ineffective and may even have backfired.
As Defamation Lawsuits Against 3 Election Conspiracy Theorists Proceed, They Will Get Another Chance To Present Their 'Evidence'
Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell, and Mike Lindell can still beat Dominion Voting Systems in court by showing that their accusations were true.
Another bad day for the Kraken team of lawyers.
The attorneys failed to make reasonable efforts to verify their allegations. Will the Kraken lawyers be next?
Live-and-let-live political types are stuck between cultists and totalitarians.
A Federal Judge Considering Sanctions Against Pro-Trump Lawyers Says They Made 'Fantastical' Election Fraud Claims Without Even 'Minimal Vetting'
Former Trump campaign lawyer Sidney Powell says the sheer volume of the affidavits she collected shows she exercised due diligence.
New York Appeals Court Catalogs Rudy Giuliani's Election Lies As It Suspends His License to Practice Law
The suspension is based on "demonstrably false and misleading statements" that Giuliani made as Donald Trump's lawyer.
A report issued by the State Senate's Oversight Committee conclude Kraken claims are a myth.
Sidney Powell, Who Denied That Her Wacky Election Conspiracy Claims Were Statements of Fact, Now Says She Will Prove They Were True
The former Trump campaign lawyer plans to defeat defamation lawsuits by showing "what actually happened."
The university investigated a law school student for mocking the Federalist Society, putting his diploma on hold until yesterday.