In the criminal justice system, prosecutors have to be both objectively fair and perceived as objectively fair. For that reason, New York State Attorney General Letitia James should consider recusing herself from the Trump investigation.
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A new podcast miniseries based on the book, “After Trump: Reconstructing the Presidency,” by Bob Bauer and Jack Goldsmith.
The Facebook Oversight Board should be mindful that Facebook is not a government—and that the platform’s decisions denying active accounts or taking down posts pose no threat of loss of liberty to any person.
Early public comments to the Facebook Oversight Board show a surprising consensus that banning the former president was the right move.
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The hearing was polite, informative and moving—and nonetheless reflected the post-truth world in which Republican senators choose to live.
A summary of each day’s trial proceedings with analysis and reflections.
The overriding question in the pending trial is whether the Senate trial will be the occasion for a seminal judgment on Trump’s conception of the office of the presidency.
House Impeachment Managers File Five-Page Memo Rejecting Trump Legal Team’s Arguments Ahead of Impeachment Trial
The impeachment managers refuted Trump’s legal team’s claim that the former president engaged in free speech protected by the First Amendment when he claimed voter fraud and urged his supporters to “fight like hell.”
Former President Trump’s legal team filed a brief with the Senate on Feb. 8 outlining their defense a day before Trump’s second impeachment trial is set to begin.