President Donald Trump escalated his efforts to discredit the Russia investigation Wednesday, saying the FBI has been caught in a “MAJOR spy scandal” over its use of a secret informant to determine whether some of Trump’s campaign aides were working with Russia ahead of the 2016 election.
A 21-year-old man suspected of fatally shooting a Terre Haute police officer was wanted for questioning in another man’s killing when Friday’s deadly shootout unfolded, according to court documents filed Monday in a related case involving the alleged gunman’s girlfriend.
President Donald Trump said Monday he was “Fighting Back” against the Russia probe and warned the “13 Angry Democrats” on the special counsel’s team to “just wait ‘till the Courts get to see your unrevealed Conflicts of Interest!”
A southwestern Indiana judge has declared a mistrial in the trial of an Evansville man accused of fatally shooting his ex-girlfriend.
President Donald Trump said Friday he would “love to speak” to special counsel Robert Mueller as part of the Russia investigation but cautioned he would only do so if he’s “treated fairly,” and he again labeled the probe a “witch hunt.”
President Donald Trump hired a veteran attorney who represented Bill Clinton during his impeachment process as the White House shifted to a more aggressive approach to a special counsel investigation that has reached a critical stage.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on Tuesday lashed out at congressional Republican allies of President Donald Trump who have drafted articles of impeachment against him, saying the Justice Department won’t be extorted or give in to threats.
White House lawyer Ty Cobb will retire at the end of the month, the White House said Wednesday, further shaking up President Donald Trump’s legal team as the president intensifies his attacks on special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.
Authorities say the former town marshal of Bunker Hill in Miami County provided false police credentials for an acquaintance so the person could be paid more while working as a security guard.
A man charged in a Bloomington-area house fire that killed an 85-year-old woman has been returned to the state from California to face murder and arson charges.
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted Thursday to protect special counsel Robert Mueller’s job, putting the matter in the hands of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who has said he won’t let the bill reach Senate floor.
Special counsel Robert Mueller has informed President Donald Trump’s attorneys that the president is not currently considered a criminal target in the Russia investigation, according to a person familiar with the conversation.
A former Vigo County school district administrator has been convicted in a multi-year kickback scheme that federal authorities say cost the district more than $100,000.
A retired Indianapolis fertility doctor accused of inseminating patients with his own sperm will serve no jail time after pleading guilty Thursday to charges that he lied to investigators.
An Indianapolis fertility doctor accused of inseminating patients with his own sperm is expected to plead guilty to charges that he lied to investigators.
A 17-year-old whose jailhouse confession to his mother that he killed his stepmother was secretly recorded by detectives, who testified about the incriminating statement at his trial, lost his federal habeas appeal Monday after the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld his sentence.
A 17-year-old convicted in adult court of obstruction of justice and carrying a handgun without a license has lost his appeal of the denial of his motion to transfer his case to juvenile court, with the Indiana Court of Appeals ruling the trial court was not required to enter written findings to support its denial.
A man’s conviction of attempted obstruction of justice was reversed Friday by the Indiana Court of Appeals because the state charged him under the wrong part of the statute.
A retired Indianapolis fertility doctor said he used his own sperm around 50 times instead of donated sperm that his patients were expecting, impregnating several women decades ago, but later denied it, according to court documents.