Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance has convened a special grand jury to decide whether to indict former President Donald Trump or executives at his company, the Washington Post reported Tuesday afternoon. Vance has been investigating Trump’s business practices before he was president for more than two years. And the impaneling of a grand jury suggests the wide-ranging probe is entering its final stages — and that New York prosecutors believe they have found evidence of a crime. Yahoo News explains what we know about the case so far.
The "Borat" star says he couldn't have made his Globe-winning comedy without Trump. Elsewhere, "Nomadland" helmer Zhao became only the second woman to win Best Director and honorees Norman Lear and Jane Fonda brought down the house.
The long-running animated hit was also credited with having foreseen the inauguration of Vice President Kamala Harris.
Trump's action comes after union's national board voted to oust him for his alleged role in inciting Jan. 6 insurrection at U.S. Capitol.
Cohen earned nominations for "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm" and "The Trial of the Chicago 7."
Sean Penn says there’s “an awful lot to be optimistic about” with Donald Trump out of the White House, but he still worries about the culture which led to “this failed businessman turned fake billionaire on a TV show” becoming the president.
It’s out with the old, in with the new — and celebrities are emotional about the change in American leadership.
The U.S. Secret Service opened an investigation into comedian John Mulaney over jokes believed to be made about President Donald Trump on “Saturday Night Live” last year, according to records obtained by The Associated Press. Mulaney, 38, revealed last month that the Secret Service had investigated the comedian and “SNL” alum for “inappropriate jokes about President Trump” after he made a joke about Roman dictator Julius Caesar, who was stabbed to death by a group of senators on the Ides of March.
Johnson is facing fresh scrutiny over his past relationship with the outgoing US president.
The 'Good Morning Britain' host says Trump sceptics have been proven right.
Alexander shared a photo of himself in the capital for the Save America rally protesting Joe Biden’s presidential victory.
In his first public speech addressing the issue, Johnson said of Trump's incendiary words: 'I believe that was completely wrong.'
The presenter and journalist said he 'thought he knew' Trump, who failed to condemn the violence displayed by his supporters at the Capitol building.
There are questions over whether a lack of preparedness by U.S. Capitol Police allowed a mob of Trump supporters to occupy and vandalize the building.