Trump files notice of appeal for E. Jean Carroll verdict

Former president Donald Trump was found liable for sexually abusing and defaming the writer E. Jean Carroll, who was awarded $5 million.

By Shayna JacobsMay 11, 2023

Supreme Court upholds California law on humane pork sales

Proposition 12 bans selling products derived from sows that don't have at least 24 square feet of space and the ability to stand up and turn around in their pens.

By Robert BarnesMay 11, 2023

Tracking Supreme Court decisions in major cases

The Post is following key cases that the Supreme Court will decide on 2023. Here are the major decisions the court is expected to rule on and why they matter.

By Robert Barnes, Ann E. Marimow and Nick MourtoupalasMay 11, 2023

Rep. George Santos pleads not guilty to 13 counts of financial crimes

Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.) has been charged with federal crimes after a months-long investigation and is expected to appear in court on Long Island on Wednesday.

By Shayna Jacobs, Isaac Stanley-Becker, Devlin Barrett and Perry SteinMay 10, 2023

Rep. George Santos charged by federal prosecutors, people familiar say

The freshman Republican congressman from New York has been under intense scrutiny for dubious claims about his life and business experience.

By Perry Stein, Devlin Barrett and Isaac Stanley-BeckerMay 10, 2023

Jury in civil trial finds Trump sexually abused, defamed E. Jean Carroll

In a blow to former president Donald Trump, who is again seeking the White House, the jurors awarded writer E. Jean Carroll $5 million in total damages.

By Shayna Jacobs, Kim Bellware and Mark BermanMay 9, 2023

What to know about the Trump-E. Jean Carroll civil case

In addition to facing criminal charges in Manhattan, Donald Trump is a defendant in a lawsuit over an alleged rape decades ago.

By Mark Berman, Shayna Jacobs and Anumita KaurMay 9, 2023

U.S. says it has disabled major Russian cyberespionage operation

Officials described the Russian operation as one of that country’s most powerful cyberespionage tools.

By Perry SteinMay 9, 2023

Jury hears closing arguments in Carroll’s civil case against Trump

E. Jean Carroll, a writer, accused former president Donald Trump of raping her in the mid-1990s. She sued him last year for battery and defamation.

By Shayna Jacobs, Kim Bellware and Mark BermanMay 8, 2023

Supreme Court stops execution after Okla. attorney general admits error

The state’s Republican attorney general said prosecutorial misconduct in the case would make putting Richard Glossip to death at this time “unthinkable.”

By Robert BarnesMay 5, 2023

Lawyers for E. Jean Carroll and Trump rest their cases in civil lawsuit

E. Jean Carroll, a writer and former advice columnist, has accused former president Donald Trump of raping her in the mid-1990s.

By Shayna Jacobs, Kim Bellware and Mark BermanMay 4, 2023

Trump and the Mar-a-Lago documents: A timeline

A look at key moments in the criminal investigation into the top-secret and other documents Trump kept at Mar-a-Lago.

By Rosalind S. HeldermanMay 3, 2023

Prosecutors near charging decision in Hunter Biden case

After a meeting with Hunter Biden's defense lawyers, prosecutors are closer to deciding whether to seek an indictment for possible gun- or tax-related violations.

By Devlin Barrett, Matt Viser, Josh Dawsey and Perry SteinMay 3, 2023

Deep divide at Supreme Court ethics hearing, despite some GOP calls for action

Senate Judiciary Committee holds hearing on Supreme Court ethics amid questions on gifts from Harland Crow to Justice Clarence Thomas.

By Ann E. Marimow and Robert BarnesMay 2, 2023

Lengthy probe of online fentanyl sales yields nearly 300 arrests

Justice Department announces arrests as part of crackdown on online drug dealers.

By Devlin BarrettMay 2, 2023

Supreme Court accepts case that challenges authority of federal agencies

Conservatives have long wanted to overturn the Chevron doctrine, which tells judges to defer to federal agencies when interpreting ambiguous federal laws.

By Robert BarnesMay 1, 2023

Alito thinks he knows who Dobbs leaker is — and says it’s not a conservative

The leak of the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization draft opinion rocked the Supreme Court and its tradition of secrecy involving unreleased opinions.

By Robert BarnesApril 28, 2023

E. Jean Carroll testifies that Trump raped her. Here’s what she said on the stand.

E. Jean Carroll says Trump assaulted her in a New York City department store in the mid-1990s, allegations she made public while he was in the White House.

By Shayna Jacobs, Kim Bellware and Mark BermanApril 27, 2023

A second firm hired by Trump campaign found no evidence of election fraud

The founder of the company has been interviewed by federal prosecutors investigating the former president’s efforts to overturn the 2020 results

By Josh DawseyApril 27, 2023

Supreme Court concerned county took too much from woman who owed taxes

Geraldine Tyler, of Hennepin County, Minn., lost her $40,000 condominium because she owed about $15,000 in property taxes and fines.

By Robert BarnesApril 26, 2023