With attorney Michael Avenatti dropping so many bombshells in his zealous representation of his client Stormy Daniels regarding the hush agreement that won't shut up, it's easy to forget that President Donald Trump is also facing a defamation suit by Summer Zervos, a former contestant on "The Apprentice."
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has ruled that the trademark of Dr. Drai, the gynecologist, does not infringe upon that of Dr. Dre as consumers aren't likely to be confused as to the source of Dr. Drai’s goods and services.
After last night’s interview with Sean Hannity in which he stated President Donald Trump reimbursed his longtime personal attorney Michael Cohen for the $130,000 Stormy Daniels payment, Rudy Giuliani has left many of us wondering regarding Trump, “What did he know and when did he know it?"
Stormy Daniels’ attorney, Michael Avenatti, has stated multiple times that their opposition has “stepped into every trap we’ve laid.” Daniels’ latest lawsuit against President Donald Trump — this time alleging defamation — would appear to be Exhibit, oh, what are we on now, G or H, perhaps?
Published earlier this year, Michelle McNamara’s I’ll Be Gone in the Dark shined a glaring spotlight on the 10-year rape and murder spree of the perpetrator she dubbed “The Golden State Killer” (GSK).
If you’ve been waiting to get your hands on late rapper Tupac Shakur’s 1995 letter to Madonna, you’re in luck, because a Manhattan judge has ruled that an auction for it can move forward.
A couple weeks ago, LeBron James said the University of Alabama stole his barbershop show concept, and now a Michigan man says James stole the idea from him.
Attorney Michael Avenatti's latest court filing should make President Donald Trump and his personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, quite nervous because it's on solid legal ground.
Homeland Security is seeking a contractor to compile a list of both professional journalists and "top media influencers," which would likely include bloggers and podcasters, and monitor the "sentiment" they're putting out in public.
Recently honored by American Airlines with the creation of a Film Independent Award in her name, Bonnie Tiburzi Caputo was inspired by her father to become an airline pilot. After 26 years, with a family of her own, she hung up her wings and began mentoring younger generations of women aviators from the ground.
Along with helping to secure a new trial for Syed, Serial has proven that, when done well, a podcast can be an effective way to shine a spotlight on our justice system and even help fix past wrongs — a concept everyone, even those not prone to listening to podcasts, can support.
Calabria is the toe of Italy’s boot, and one of the country’s least-visited regions, which is why you should come. It has mountains, three national parks (Aspromonte, Pollino, and Sila), 500 miles of coastline, turquoise waters, and rolling, green hills lined with olive, orange, and lemon trees.
The oldest women’s organization in Denmark, The Danish Women’s Society, and online pornography hub YouPorn have paired up in the #AskFirst campaign to bring awareness to the problem of revenge porn and its serious consequences.
Attorney Michael Avenatti's "60 Minutes" interview is the latest installment in his media blitz against President Donald Trump and his personal lawyer, Michael Cohen.
A New Orleans real estate developer is asking a court to find that murals are a constitutionally protected form of artistic expression and that the city’s multi-step, expensive and confusing mural-approval process violates his First Amendment rights.