Former secretary of defense James Mattis's warning, House Democrats' focus on Stormy Daniels; and Bill de Blasio's waning day-job interest.
Celebrity attorney Michael Avenatti was indicted by federal prosecutors Wednesday for stealing the identity of his former client, Stormy Daniels.
On presidential affairs and the public's varied response.
A few unsolved mysteries that, somehow, have disappeared from front-page news.
A federal judge on Tuesday ordered Stormy Daniels to pay President Trump over $293,000 to cover the bulk of his legal fees against her. U.S. District Judge James Otero ordered the adult film ...
Michael Avenatti's series of scandals and gaffes this week hopefully represent the last we’ll ever hear from him.
Michael Avenatti keeps making the news.
The Wall Street Journal is not giving Trump's political judgment enough credit.
The Los Angeles-based lawyer has gained notoriety in recent months due to his near incessant appearances on cable news programs.
Instead of avoiding taboos, entertainers used to steer towards them, hit the accelerator, and attempt to crash through the barrier.