1. Donald Trump Hush-Money Trial Accents 'Pattern of Behavior': Ex-WH Official

    By Matthew Impelli Donald Trump's hush-money trial punctuates a "pattern of behavior," an ex-ally and employee of the former president said this week. Omarosa Manigault Newman , director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison under the Trump administration, appeared on C
  2. Ex-Trump Assistant is 'Most Important' Trial Witness: Legal Analyst

    By Natalie Venegas According to legal analyst Lisa Rubin, Donald Trump 's former executive assistant Madeleine Westerhout is the "most important witness in this phase" of the former president's criminal hush money trial. Trump, the presumptive 2024 Republican presidential nominee, b
  3. Michael Cohen Is Becoming a Problem for Alvin Bragg

    By Katherine Fung Michael Cohen, the star witness in former President Donald Trump 's criminal trial, is becoming an issue for Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg's office. As he awaits his turn to take the stand, Cohen, the former Trump fixer who paid Stormy Daniels a $130,000
  4. Harvey Weinstein to make first Manhattan court appearance since New York rape conviction overturned

    By Josh Marcus Harvey Weinstein is expected to appear in a Manhattan court next week, according to officials, the disgraced film mogul’s first appearance since a New York appeals court overturned his 2020 rape and assault conviction on Thursday . Weinstein is expected to be in Manha
  5. Donald Trump Tries to Shake Witness's Hand

    By Andrew Stanton Donald Trump approached Rhona Graff, his former personal assistant and a witness in his hush money payment trial, on Friday, shocking some people in the courtroom. The jury heard testimony from Graff, who worked for Trump for 34 years, from October 1987 to April 2
  6. Donald Trump Lawyer Lands in Hot Water With Judge Merchan

    By Matthew Impelli Lawyers for former President Donald Trump were warned during a hearing that they are losing "all credibility" in the ongoing New York City criminal trial. On Tuesday, Trump appeared in court for the trial brought by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg. Accordi
  7. Prosecutors can confront Trump about defamation and fraud if he testifies in hush money trial

    By Alex Woodward Manhattan prosecutors can question Donald Trump about a blockbuster fraud ruling , gag order violations and the E Jean Carroll defamation verdicts if he chooses to testify in his hush money trial . Before opening arguments on Monday morning, New York Justice Juan Mer
  8. Trump attorneys trolled after they subpoena wrong Jeremy Rosenberg for hush money trial: ‘I’m keeping the $15’

    By Martha McHardy Donald Trump ’s lawyers have been trolled by a random man in Brooklyn after they subpoenaed him by mistake for the former president’s hush money trial. In a filing from the Manhattan District Attorney ’s office on Tuesday, prosecutors revealed that Mr Trump’s attorn