Former President Donald Trump has been indicted in a case concerning his alleged mishandling of classified documents, the second time he has faced criminal charges in the midst of his third bid for the White House.
As Title 42 draws to its scheduled close, House Republicans are planning to vote on border security legislation criticized by the U.S. bishops.
Former President Donald Trump was arraigned April 4, pleading not guilty to 34 felony counts related to falsifying business records associated with his alleged role in paying hush money to an adult film actress in the closing days of the 2016 campaign, among other alleged misconduct.
According to media reports, a Manhattan grand jury voted to indict former President Donald Trump on March 30 for his alleged role in paying hush money to an adult film actress in the closing days of the 2016 campaign, marking the first time in American history that a current or former president has faced criminal charges.
The biggest risk Afghanistan might face with a withdrawal of U.S. troops could be civil war, said the Italian priest in charge of the small Catholic community in Afghanistan.
One supported Donald Trump while the other was in Joe Biden’s corner. Yet Jerry Kassar and Joe Bova have never let their political differences interfere with the friendship they’ve enjoyed for decades.
Democrats and Republicans are speaking out about the verdict and what lies ahead after former President Donald Trump was acquitted on an impeachment charge on Feb. 13.
In a 57-to-43 vote, the U.S. Senate acquitted former President Donald Trump on an impeachment charge of inciting an insurrection last month. This is the second time Trump has been acquitted in an impeachment trial.
Catholics comprise the majority of cabinet members in the new administration of President Joe Biden, a stark contrast to the preponderance of white evangelicals who served the previous commander in chief.
Ever since Vice President Mike Pence, at the 2017 March for Life rally, announced, “Life is winning again in America,” the pro-life movement’s association with the Trump administration grew stronger.