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The Department of Justice said Monday that a “limited set” of materials potentially containing information covered by attorney-client privilege was found among the 20 boxes of documents seized earlier this month from former President Donald Trump. Read more»

Within the 15 boxes of documents the National Archives received earlier this year, the federal agents found 184 documents with classified markings, including 67 marked confidential, 92 marked secret, 25 marked top secret.

The U.S. government on Friday posted a redacted version of the affidavit used by the FBI to gain court approval for the search of former President Donald Trump’s south Florida resort home, Mar-a-Lago. Read more»

Government attorneys warned that disclosure of the affidavit could jeopardize 'several witnesses'” and a national security investigation described as is 'in its early stages.'

A federal judge indicated Thursday that he will have a decision this time next week that will ostensibly allow the public to access portions of the affidavit used to execute a search warrant on the estate of former President Donald Trump. Read more»

Mar-A-Lago in Palm Beach, home to former President Donald Trump.

The sworn affidavit the FBI used to obtain a search warrant last week for Mar-a-Lago - the south Florida home of former President Donald Trump - remains under seal and hotly sought after by both members of the media and a conservative nonprofit. Read more»

Former President Donald Trump speaking with supporters at a campaign rally at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport.

Former President Donald Trump said late Thursday night that he will not oppose the Department of Justice's motion to unseal the search warrant approved by a federal judge for the FBI's raid on his south Florida home, Mar-a-Lago. Read more»