CBS newsmagazine "60 Minutes" will air its interview with Stephanie Clifford, who appears in pornographic films under the name "Stormy Daniels," on Sunday March 25.
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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg turned 85 years old Thursday.
Special counsel Robert Mueller issued subpoenas to the Trump Organization in recent weeks, asking the company to surrender a trove of documents relating to Russia and other topics at issue in the ongoing investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
New confidential legal documents show a second Trump-aligned lawyer is involved in an ongoing effort to enforce a hush agreement against Stephanie Clifford, who appears in pornographic films under the name "Stormy Daniels."
Confusion and disorder compromised the U.S. Marshals Service's (USMS) response to Justice Antonin Scalia's death, according to new documents obtained by a watchdog group.
U.S. District Judge Sam Lindsay dismissed the lawsuit Ahmed "Clock Boy" Mohamed brought against the Irving Independent School District Wednesday, after he was wrongfully arrested for bringing a device to school that resembled a bomb.
A pregnant 14-year-old illegal alien who precipitated a legal fight over abortion access for detained immigrations has chosen not to terminate her pregnancy, but a larger dispute still remains.
Chai Feldblum Thinks Religious Freedom Should Yield To Gay Rights. Why Did Trump Tap Her For A Top Civil Rights Post?
- President Trump renominated Chai Feldblum to another five-year term as a commissioner on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
- As a law professor, Feldblum argued gay rights should trump religious liberty, and endorsed government recognition of polygamy.
- As an EEOC commissioner, she spearheaded initiatives directly opposed by the Trump administration.
In a surprise move, President Donald Trump renominated Chai Feldblum to a five-year term on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), over the vigorous objections of Republican lawmakers and his supporters on the religious right.
Judge Thomas Ellis III, who is presiding over the second prosecution of Paul Manafort, wrote in a new order that the deposed Trump campaign chief may well spend the rest of his life in prison.
Stephanie Clifford, a pornographic actress known professionally as "Stormy Daniels," offered Monday to return the $130,000 payment she received in Oct. 2016 for her continued silence about an alleged affair with President Donald Trump.
President Donald Trump renewed calls for the U.S. Supreme Court's intervention Saturday after Pennsylvania's highest judicial tribunal struck down the state's congressional district map, finding it was unlawfully tailored to benefit Republicans.
CBS news magazine "60 Minutes" will air an interview with Stephanie Clifford, who appears in pornographic films under the name "Stormy Daniels," March 18, prompting President Donald Trump's lawyers to consider legal action against the network.
President Donald Trump's lawyers are pursuing a deal with special counsel Robert Mueller, under which Mueller would commit to a definitive end-date to his investigation in exchange for an interview with Trump.
Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's personal attorney, won a preliminary restraining order against Stephanie Clifford in a secret arbitration in California on Feb. 27.
The U.S. Department of Justice sued California Tuesday over provisions of state law which allegedly inhibit the enforcement of federal immigration laws.
Stephanie Clifford, who appeared in pornographic films under the name "Stormy Daniels," sued President Donald Trump Tuesday, claiming the hush agreement they executed after the conclusion of their alleged affair is not valid.
The Trump administration is supporting a bid to expand state power to collect internet sales tax, asking the U.S. Supreme Court to cabin a 1992 precedent limiting state sales taxes to companies with a physical presence in their jurisdiction.
The Trump administration will join Texas' water allocation lawsuit against New Mexico, after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that it may pursue claims under a 1938 accord between several western states.
- Pennsylvania Republicans are opposing the state Supreme Court's new congressional district map
- Republicans are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to stay the decision
- Justice Samuel Alito will hear the request but is unlikely to support a review
Pennsylvania Republicans are fighting a judge-imposed congressional district map at the U.S. Supreme Court after the state's highest judicial tribunal struck down the old map, finding it was purposely drawn to favor the GOP.