Prosecuting Florida’s Migrant Flights Would Face Legal Hurdles

Legal questions have been raised about migrant flights Florida chartered to Sacramento and Martha’s Vineyard. But state officials say they were voluntary, and proving otherwise could be tough.

Man Charged With Spraying Police With Insecticide on Jan. 6

The Justice Department also charged the Long Island man with assaulting a news photographer, in the latest reminder that the authorities are continuing to find rioters who assaulted the Capitol.

Where Republican Presidential Candidates Stand on Climate Change

While many of them acknowledge that climate change is real, they largely downplay the issue and reject policies that would slow rising temperatures.

A Religious Charter School Faces Pushback From the Charter School Movement Itself

A Catholic school, newly approved in Oklahoma, is testing the bounds of what it means to be a charter — uncomfortably so for some leaders.

Trump Turns to a Familiar Playbook in Effort to Undermine Documents Inquiry

The former president is stepping up efforts to delegitimize the investigation into his handling of classified material after leaving office, a tactic he has used throughout his career in business and politics.

Investor Linked to Paxton’s Impeachment Is Charged With Lying to Lenders

Nate Paul, the real estate investor at the center of the impeachment case against the attorney general of Texas, Ken Paxton, has been jailed at the request of the F.B.I.

Here Is How to Help More Than 20,000 Canadians Displaced by Wildfires

Canada’s ferocious wildfire season has burned nearly 10 million acres and displaced more than 20,000 people. Many have been able to return home, but others are still stranded away from their communities. Federal and provincial governments have …

Two Trump Lawyers Quit a Day After His Indictment

The lawyers, James Trusty and John Rowley, left the former president’s defense team as he faces the most serious legal threat of his career.

A Trump-Appointed Judge Who Showed Him Favor Gets the Documents Case

The surprise assignment of Judge Aileen Cannon could be a setback for prosecutors as they unveiled a sweeping classified files indictment.

Trump Supporters’ Violent Rhetoric in His Defense Disturbs Experts

The former president’s allies have portrayed the indictment as an act of war and called for retribution, which political violence experts say increases the risk of action.