With Michael Cohen’s very public incrimination of the president, the word of the week is “indictment.” Whatever your angle on indicting the president, there’s an oped—or article—to argue it. But that’s all that’s available: argumentation. And despite the attempt to make the dueling positions seem well-matched, there’s a clear winner: Trump can be indicted.
There’s no line in the Constitution, case from the Supreme Court, or federal law to say that the president can’t be indicted. Rather, the...
House Republicans plan to take action against indicted Rep. Duncan Hunter in September after the congressman and his wife were charged Tuesday with using more than $250,000 in campaign funds to pay for personal expenses, including family vacations, clothing, school tuition and utilities.
A Tarrant County Grand Jury indicted Justice of the Peace Jacquelyn Wright on charges she falsely applied for and got a homestead exemption for a home she didn't live in.