Climate change skepticism and denial

Ivanka gets in line for the Acropolis

The daughter of former US president Donald Trump, Ivanka Trump, and her husband Jared Kushner hailed their visit to the Acropolis in a social media post on Tuesday. The iconic ancient Greek monument receives thousands of visitors a day, with long queues being reported since early this year. The Ministry of Culture plans to deal with this phenomenon with the introduction of slots.

Trump video deposition in civil rape trial made public

A video of sworn testimony given by former president Donald Trump in a US rape and defamation lawsuit against him was made public Friday.

The footage, some of which was aired in court this week, shows Trump being asked about his infamous comments in the "Access Hollywood" tape leaked before the 2016 election.

Donald Trump seeks to move NY criminal case to federal court

Donald Trump 's lawyers have asked a federal court to take control of his New York City criminal case. They argued Thursday that the former president can't be tried in the state court where his historic indictment was brought because the alleged conduct occurred while he was in office.

Trump: My only Crime is Protecting the Country from those who want to Destroy it

Former US President Donald Trump, who returned to his Mar-a-Lago estate, told a crowd of his supporters that he never imagined something like this could happen in America, Reuters reported. "The only crime I have committed was to fearlessly defend our country against those who are trying to destroy it," he added.

Trump, stone-faced, pleads not guilty in historic court appearance

Donald Trump turned his head toward photographers as he sat, stone-faced with shoulders rounded, at the defense table in a downtown Manhattan courtroom. "Not guilty," he said in a firm voice during a historic appearance before a judge Tuesday. Trump became the first U.S. president — former or current — to be charged with a crime.

Trump due in court to face historic criminal charges

Donald Trump will make an unprecedented appearance before a New York judge Tuesday to answer criminal charges that threaten to throw the entire 2024 White House race into turmoil.

Trump is the first sitting or former American president to be criminally indicted -- a historic development that has propelled the United States into uncharted political waters.