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  • Biden and Trump have agreed to 2 debates. Here’s when they’ll face off
    The swiftness with which the first match-up came together reflects how each of the two profoundly unpopular candidates thinks he can get the better of his opponent in the showdown.
    U.S. News
    May 15
  • How the ‘Trump effect’ may influence NATO spending pressure
    Britain’s Foreign Secretary David Cameron is calling on NATO allies to spend more on defence, a push one military expert insists is influenced in part by the "Trump effect."
    Canada
    May 12
  • Trump classified documents trial set for May start now postponed indefinitely
    The judge's order had been expected in light of still-unresolved issues in the case and because Trump is currently on trial in a separate case in Manhattan.
    U.S. News
    May 7
  • Michael Cohen tells trial Trump told him ‘make sure’ to quash damaging stories
    Donald Trump's fixer-turned-foe Michael Cohen directly implicated the former president in a hush money scheme who approved hefty payouts to stifle stories about sex in 2016.
    U.S. News
    May 13
  • Will Fani Willis remain on Trump election case? Georgia appeals court to review
    Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee found no conflict of interest existed that should force Willis off the case, but he granted a request from Trump and others to seek an appeal
    U.S. News
    May 8
  • Stormy Daniels testimony at Trump hush money trial sparks call for mistrial
    Daniels veered into salacious details despite the repeated objections of defence lawyers, who after the lunch break demanded a mistrial, which the judge denied.
    U.S. News
    May 7
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  • Stormy Daniels’ testimony about sex with Trump questioned as trial continues
    Donald Trump's defence attorney on Thursday accused Stormy Daniels of slowly altering the details of an alleged 2006 sexual encounter with Trump.
    U.S. News
    May 9
  • Barron Trump, 18, selected as Florida delegate at Republican National Convention
    Barron Trump is taking his first steps into the American political arena as an at-large delegate chosen by the Republican Party of Florida.
    U.S. News
    May 9
  • Trump trial hears recording discussing hush money scheme: ‘What do we got to pay?’
    Prosecutors played the 2016 recording that attorney Michael Cohen secretly made of himself briefing Trump on a plan to buy Karen McDougal's story of an extramarital affair.
    U.S. News
    May 2
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  • Trump fined again in hush money trial, judge calls jail ‘last resort’
    The fine marks the second time since the trial began last month that Donald Trump has been sanctioned for violating the gag order.
    Crime
    May 6
  • Trump’s claims of absolute immunity get mixed reaction at U.S. Supreme Court
    The justices appeared likely to reject some of Trump's claims, but in a way that could send the federal 2020 election interference case back to lower courts and delay a trial.
    U.S. News
    Apr 25
  • Tabloid publisher tells trial he bought, quashed stories damaging to Trump
    Donald Trump has maintained he is not guilty of any charges in the hush money trial. In New York, he says the stories that were bought and squelched were false.
    U.S. News
    Apr 25
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  • Trump faces jail threat as judge fines him for breaking gag order during trial
    Trump was held in contempt of court and fined US$9,000 for repeatedly violating a gag order that barred him from making public statements about witnesses, jurors and others.
    U.S. News
    Apr 30
  • Trump’s legal team to cross-examine his former lawyer in hush money trial
    The trial, now in its fourth week of testimony, will resume in Manhattan with potentially explosive defense cross-examination of Michael Cohen.
    U.S. News
    May 16
  • Trump trial seats 12 jurors after dismissing 1 over media reports on her ID
    A jury of 12 people was seated Thursday in former President Donald Trump’s hush money trial in New York, and the court quickly turned to selecting alternate jurors.
    U.S. News
    Apr 18
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  • Canada will take bigger economic hit than U.S. if Trump wins election: report
    The Scotiabank analysis says if Trump follows through on threats of tariffs on all imported goods, there would be "substantial negative impacts" on the Canadian and U.S. economies.
    Economy
    Apr 23
  • Trump’s historic hush money trial begins in New York. Here’s the latest
    In a singular moment for American history, the hush money trial of former President Donald Trump begins Monday with jury selection.
    U.S. News
    Apr 15
  • Man who set himself on fire near NYC courthouse dies of injuries, police say
    The New York City Police Department told The Associated Press early Saturday that the man was declared dead by staff at an area hospital.
    World
    Apr 20
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  • Trump trial set to hear opening statements Monday as another delay denied
    The jury took final shape after lawyers spent days quizzing dozens of potential jurors on whether they can impartially judge Trump.
    Crime
    Apr 19
  • Trump faces possible fines for ‘flouting’ gag order at hush money trial
    Citing 10 posts on his social media account and campaign website that they said breached the order, prosecutors called it a “deliberate flouting” of the court’s prohibition.
    Crime
    Apr 23
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