Low-life Roger Stone has a "legal defense fund" ... raising donations ... off of Trump's tweet dangling a pardon?
The White House has signaled that they will revoke Jim Acosta's press pass after the court-ordered 14-day restoration period expires by trying to create a "retroactive paper trail."
This could backfire.
Michael Avenatti, Stormy Daniels' lawyer, is to the point where he feels a bit sorry for Michael Cohen, Donald Trump's lawyer. It's going so badly for Cohen.
Bryan Pagliano really, really wants to be left alone.
To Steve Stockman, invoking Fifth Amendment protection is now a crime.
The IRS official who oversaw the approval process for non-profit organizations has managed to avoid termination. It's time for her to own the mess she created.
Voyager lands - Nailbiting moments, but it all worked out. News on this day in history wasn't bad, considering. First off was news of the imminent landing arrival of the Voyager, the experimental plane piloted by Dick Rutan and Jeana Yeager. It
("The Olive Has Been Talking . . . ") It seems wiretapping has been a popular subject in legal circles for quite some time, if this special edition of Meet The Press from November 17, 1957 is any indication. This roundtable discussion
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