Judge Allows Concealing Identity of Government Witnesses in Trump’s Classified Documents Trial, Despite Criticism

MIAMI, Fla. – U.S. District Court Judge Aileen M. Cannon has reached a decision in an ongoing dispute over the public identification of government agents in the criminal trial of Donald Trump. The judge ruled on Tuesday that the names and identifying information of FBI agents, Secret Service agents, and other potential witnesses will be kept under seal. However, the substance of their statements can be made public in court filings, as long as the witnesses and other mentioned individuals are not identified. Special Counsel Jack Smith had been arguing for months to keep the … Read more

Trump Amplifies Alina Habba’s Outrage Over CNN’s Criticism of Her Legal Skills

NEW YORK (AP) – Alina Habba has become the subject of public discourse after a video of her expressing frustration with her portrayal on CNN went viral. The video, shared by former President Donald Trump on social media, shows Habba confronting the perception that she is a “terrible lawyer” on the news network. Habba, an attorney based in New York City, took to Twitter to address the criticism she has faced. In the video, she passionately defends her legal expertise and questions the credibility of those who have labeled her negatively. Trump’s decision to share … Read more

EU Slashes Scope of Corporate Sustainability Law, Drawing Criticism for Neglecting Human Rights and Environmental Concerns

BRUSSELS – The European Union (EU) has come under criticism from environmental campaigners after member states approved a revised corporate sustainability directive that has significantly reduced the scope of laws designed to hold companies accountable for human rights abuse and environmental harm in their supply chains. The directive, which was first agreed upon in December, was nearly scuttled when a minor coalition partner in the German government withdrew support. However, after a month-long search for compromise and further lobbying from France and Italy, the directive was approved on Friday. The Belgian government, which currently holds … Read more

Trump’s Ferocious Criticism Targets Judge Imposing Enormous $355 Million Fine

Detroit, Michigan – Former President Donald Trump took the stage at a rally in Michigan on Saturday and launched a scathing attack against the judge who fined him a whopping $355 million. Venting his frustration to the crowd, Trump accused the judge of bias and corruption in a case related to Trump University. The rally, held at the Breslin Student Events Center in East Lansing, drew thousands of Trump supporters who cheered on the former president’s fiery remarks. During his speech, Trump criticized Judge Gonzalo Curiel, who presided over the Trump University class-action lawsuit in … Read more