Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to two campaign finance violations Tuesday, admitting in open court his former boss directed him to violate the law. In order to bring charges against Donald Trump, the government must prove the now-president knew he was violating the law by authorizing payments to two women.
With Cohen's Guilty Plea, Trump's Legal Troubles Continue
The president's press secretary says he hasn't committed a crime. But that remains to be seen.
August 22, 2018
Biden marks Memorial Day 2 years after ending America's longest war
The president honored the day with a traditional wreath-laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery.
Biden taps Gen. 'CQ' Brown as next head of Joint Chiefs
If confirmed, the four-star general will become the second Black man to hold that position.
One year after Uvalde, Biden asks Congress to act on gun control
This year, in less than five full months, there have been 241 mass shootings.
Customer stops bank robbery with 'words of wisdom' for suspect
Eduardo Plasencia reportedly handed a teller a note that said he had a gun and was robbing the bank.
Prosecutor: Synagogue massacre suspect fueled by hate for Jews
Robert Bowers, 50, could face the death penalty if convicted of some of the 63 counts he faces.
Aging in place in Chinatown
Empowering Chinese American seniors to age at home in Chinatown, a front-line team helps break language and cultural barriers.