Joe Biden repeatedly lied about his family's business dealings, including denying discussions with his son, denying receiving payments through a third party, denying his son's involvement in China, claiming ethical dealings, and denying any wrongdoing.
Emails obtained through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit reveal that false information about the origins of evidence implicating Hunter and Joe Biden in a bribery scandal was fed to Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss by the FBI and then leaked to The New York Times.
Federal prosecutors are expected to seek a grand jury indictment of Hunter Biden, President Joe Biden's son, before the end of September in a gun possession case, while he is also under investigation for his business dealings.
Republican claims that Joe Biden used pseudonyms in emails to communicate with his son Hunter and was involved in his son's questionable business practices are contradicted by evidence and lack substance, though ongoing investigations continue to explore the matter.
Republicans are continuing their investigations into Hunter Biden, with two IRS employees testifying privately about the federal probe into President Biden's son, raising concerns of interference from the Biden White House or Justice Department.
House Republicans accuse Hunter Biden's legal team of intimidating and harassing IRS whistleblowers involved in the Hunter Biden tax probe.
Then-Vice President Joe Biden criticized President Obama for lacking grace after Hunter Biden accused the president of plagiarizing his father's speeches, according to emails from Hunter's laptop in 2010.
Hunter Biden has filed a lawsuit against a former Trump White House aide, Garrett Ziegler, accusing him of illegally accessing and disseminating his data online.
An FBI agent involved in the Hunter Biden probe testified that the prosecutor leading it faced hurdles and lack of cooperation from other U.S. attorneys, but still had the authority to bring tax charges against Hunter Biden; the testimony comes amid investigations into the Biden family and Republicans' push for an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden.
President Biden's son, Hunter Biden, has been charged with lying about his drug use in connection with the purchase of a handgun in 2018, potentially putting him on trial next year as his father runs for re-election.
IRS whistleblower Gary Shapley's former superior, IRS Special Agent Darrell Waldon, recommended removing him from the federal investigation into Hunter Biden, confirming key parts of Shapley's claims about the limited scope of the probe.
Hunter Biden has been indicted on federal firearms charges, accused of lying about his drug use when purchasing a firearm, potentially leading to a high-stakes trial as the 2024 election approaches.
There is "no indication" that Hunter Biden tax charges will be dropped after his indictment, according to a former U.S. attorney.
House Democrats have acknowledged that Hunter Biden's former business partner, Eric Schwerin, handled President Biden's finances during his vice presidency, according to a statement from a spokesperson for the Democrat minority of the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability.
The FBI has established a dedicated unit to investigate threats against agents and prosecutors involved in the Hunter Biden case, as right-wing individuals accuse them of being too lenient, despite the recent indictment of Hunter Biden on federal felony charges for lying on a gun form; however, critics argue that Hunter Biden's alleged crimes would never have been prosecuted if he weren't the president's son.
Summary: The article discusses the impact of Hunter Biden's legal troubles on the Biden campaign, the need for investigations into Hunter Biden's influence-peddling, the challenges facing the impeachment process, the dysfunction of Congress, the departure of Senator Mitt Romney, and the breakdown of collegiality in the Senate.
Hunter Biden's indictment on federal gun charges could potentially overlap with his father's re-election campaign, with the best case scenario being a quick resolution and the worst case scenario being a guilty verdict shortly before voters make their decision.
Joe Biden's son Hunter Biden's legal troubles and potential trials stemming from his conduct during his drug addiction are raising concerns about how they could divide the president's attention during a crucial election year, as well as adding to the emotional toll on the Biden family.
Hunter Biden has been indicted and House Republicans have initiated an impeachment inquiry against President Biden, exposing the media's bias and their inability to protect the president from scandal.
House Republicans plan to subpoena President Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden, as part of their investigation into his business dealings, although the timing of the subpoena has yet to be determined.
Despite Hunter Biden's attorney's claims that his client did not share money from his business dealings with his father, President Biden, text messages and emails from Hunter's abandoned laptop suggest otherwise.
Hunter Biden earned significant money from a Romanian real estate mogul while his father, then-Vice President Joe Biden, pushed for anti-corruption reforms in Romania, and Hunter Biden failed to disclose his work as a lobbyist under the Foreign Agents Registration Act in Romania despite meeting with U.S. officials on behalf of his Romanian client.
New testimony from FBI and IRS officials contradicts the claims of an IRS whistleblower, who alleged political interference in the investigation of Hunter Biden's taxes, undermining Republican accusations of political influence and protecting Hunter Biden in the investigation.
US President Joe Biden's son Hunter will plead not guilty to charges of illegally buying a gun while using drugs.
Potential tax charges against Hunter Biden faced obstacles when federal prosecutors in California and Washington, D.C. declined to assist U.S. Attorney David Weiss in charging him, leading to frustration and concerns about the investigation's future, according to testimony from an IRS law enforcement official obtained by POLITICO.
IRS officials Michael Batdorf and Darrell Waldon testified before the House Ways and Means Committee, contradicting Attorney General Merrick Garland's claim that Special Counsel David Weiss had "full authority" over whether to charge Hunter Biden with tax crimes, revealing that the Justice Department's Tax Division would also need to authorize charges.