Carrie Johnson, NPR

Carrie Johnson, NPR
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Unanimous Supreme Court restores Trump to Colorado ballot

The decision came only weeks after the justices heard oral arguments in the politically sensitive case.
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Supreme Court to hear arguments in Trump immunity case in April

Wednesday's order from the high court keeps former president Donald Trump's prosecution in the Jan. 6 case on hold.
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Supreme Court considers whether Trump can be removed from a primary ballot

Justices are reviewing Colorado's disqualification of Donald Trump from its state primary ballot because he allegedly engaged in an insurrection.
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Federal appeals court rules Trump doesn’t have broad immunity from prosecution

Tuesday's decision comes at a crucial time for both Donald Trump and the federal case against him. He has said he will appeal the ruling.
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Supreme Court takes up Colorado’s decision to kick Trump off its primary ballot

Arguments on whether a constitutional ban on insurrectionists holding federal office bars Donald Trump from running for president will be heard Feb. 8.
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Garland names special counsel in Hunter Biden investigation

Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss, a Trump appointee investigating the president's surviving son, was named Friday as a special counsel.
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Trump indicted in case of alleged mishandling of government secrets

Former President Donald Trump faces federal charges for storing dozens of classified documents at his Florida resort and refusing to return them.
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Jury convicts Enrique Tarrio of the Proud Boys on seditious conspiracy charge

Tarrio and three other Proud Boys were found guilty in one of the most important cases stemming from the Jan. 6, 2021 siege of the U.S. Capitol.