Former president Donald Trump has been indicted on 91 charges–so far–on both the state and federal level. These charges include conspiracy, obstruction, willful retention of national defense information, and more.
The former president faces charges of obstruction of justice and conspiracy, as well as willful retention of national defense secrets, a violation of the Espionage Act.
Murder is the third-leading cause of death among American Indian and Alaska Native women, with Tucson having the highest number of cases of missing and murdered women and girls.
A jury awarded magazine writer E. Jean Carroll $5 million in compensatory and punitive damages. Since this was a civil case, however, the former president will not face jail time.
As of March, about half of the more than 1,000 people charged have pleaded guilty and 445 defendants have been sentenced, according to the Justice department.
Knocking on a door, turning your car around in a driveway, or chasing a ball into your neighbor’s yard can get you shot now, apparently.
In the days following former president Donald Trump’s indictment, solicitations from his 2024 joint fundraising committee began. The committee has reportedly raised $7 million so far.
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