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FBI agents who searched former President Trump's home found empty folders marked with classified banners. The inventory reveals in general terms the contents of the 33 boxes taken during the Aug. 8 search.

Empty folders with classified banners and more than 10,000 government records were among the records seized from former President Trump’s Florida residence last month, intermingled with press clippings, unclassified government documents, photographs, clothing and books. 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»

President Donald Trump in a shadow at a February 2017 ceremony in North Charleston, S.C., recognizing the first Boeing 787-10 produced.

A federal judge on Friday unsealed the warrant that allowed the FBI to search former President Trump’s property at Mar-a-Lago in Florida earlier this week, revealing he’s under investigation for possibly violating the Espionage Act and obstruction of justice. Read more»

The stacks at the Washington National Records Center in Suiteland, Md.

While the federal government has been eager to prosecute officials for leaks of classified information, the government itself has lost track of hundreds of boxes filled with classified documents at its main records storage site, the Washington National Records Center. Read more»