Man dies after setting self on fire outside New York court where Trump trial underway

CNN reporters said they saw a man engulfed in flames for more than three minutes. "I see a totally charred human being," one of them said on air.


Most potential jurors rejected in Trump trial within minutes, said they couldn't be impartial

At least 50 jurors were rejected from the trial from the overall number of 96 of the potential jurors.

O.J. Simpson, former NFL star acquitted of his wife's murder, has died, his family says

After his acquittal, Simpson said that "I will pursue as my primary goal in life the killer or killers who slayed Nicole and Mr. Goldman... They are out there somewhere... "

Regaining credibility in Netanyahu corruption case

For most people, Shlomo Filber is but a vague name from the past. But not for those carefully following the eight-year saga of Netanyahu's legal woes. For them, Filber is a star.


Netanyahu trial: Key witness violates protection deal, may be prosecuted

This explosive development could change the entire nature of the media bribery and fraud trial against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Trump files US Supreme Court brief arguing for immunity from prosecution

Former President Donald Trump on Tuesday filed a US Supreme Court brief in his bid for immunity from prosecution for trying to overturn his 2020 election loss.


Madeleine McCann case development: Main suspect accused of having a 'rape dungeon'

A former friend of main suspect Christian Brueckner, Manfred Seyferth, recounted seeing a video in which Brueckner assaulted the three-year-old girl.

Prosecutors seek Trump gag order in NY hush money criminal case

The requests noted Trump's "longstanding history of attacking witnesses, investigators, prosecutors, judges and others involved in legal proceedings against him."


Judge denies Trump request to dismiss hush money case

Trump has pleaded not guilty to the charges. He has pressed for the case to be dismissed, arguing that state laws do not apply to federal elections.


Donald Trump ordered to pay E. Jean Carroll $83.3 million, will appeal verdict

Carroll's case has become an issue in Trump's campaign to retake the White House in the November election.

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