Michael Avenatti, the tough-tweeting attorney for porn star Stormy Daniels, has notched yet another loss for the queen of the blue-movie trade.
It doesn’t appear as if Les Moonves, the disgraced former head of CBS, will get that $120 million payout he expected after the Tiffany Network fired him in September.
The attorney general of New Jersey has made it official: The state will be a virtual sanctuary for illegal aliens.
It’s a testimonial as to why “gun control” should mean hitting your target. While a study shows that 98 percent of mass shootings occur in “gun free” zones, a more recent study indicates how these events can be thwarted: by armed citizens. In fact, it finds that when such Americans are present, they have a 94-percent success rate at stopping or impeding active shooters.
Democrats like to tout the reliability of our elections and say that voter fraud doesn't exist to a large extent. But why do we continue to see examples of it?
It appears that Michael Avenatti, the porn lawyer who offers himself as a possible Democratic contender for president in 2020, will not face a felony domestic violence charge after all.
In a historic ruling, a Detroit federal judge has dismissed key charges against defendants in a female-genital-mutilation (FGM) case, ruling the law against it unconstitutional.
As people debate the causes of the devastating wildfires in California that have killed 80 people homes, an al-Qaeda propaganda organ calls it “Allah’s punishment.”
And on Friday, a judge evicted porn lawyer Michael Avenatti’s ballyhooed law firm from its swank office that overlooks the Pacific Ocean.