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Stormy Daniels Files Defamation Lawsuit Against President Trump

On Monday, adult film actress Stormy Daniels filed a defamation lawsuit against President Trump, reports The Hill. An Overview of the Defamation Lawsuit Daniels' lawsuit alleges...
New York AG Eric Schneiderman

New York AG Wants to Ensure No One Escapes Justice even with Presidential Pardon

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman wants to make sure that no person, who violated the state’s criminal law, will escape justice even with...

Washington, D.C. Moves to Permit 16 and 17-Year-Olds to Vote

The Hill reports that lawmakers in Washington, D.C. are considering allowing 16 and 17-year-olds to vote in the forthcoming 2020 Presidential election. An Overview of...

President Trump Pardons Irve Lewis “Scooter” Libby

Earlier today, President Trump made headlines after formally pardoning Irve Lewis "Scooter" Libby, reports The Hill. A Full Overview of the Pardoning of Lewis Libby Libby,...
Trump Calls FBI Raid on Cohen Disgraceful

Trump Calls FBI Raid on Cohen “Disgraceful” and “Total Witch Hunt”

President Donald Trump condemned the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for raiding the home, hotel room, and office of his longtime personal lawyer Michael...

Additional Sordid Details Emerge Regarding Backpage Founders

On Friday, USA Herald reported the FBI's seizure of Backpage.com. However, on Monday, additional news of indictments made against executives and founders of Backpage...

President Trump Slams FBI Office Raid of Attorney Michael Cohen

On Monday, President Trump spoke out about the FBI's raid of the office of his personal attorney, Michael Cohen. USA Herald reported the events...
DACA Recipients in-state tuition

Arizona Supreme Court: DACA Recipients are Not Entitled to Receive In-State Tuition Rates

The Arizona Supreme Court ruled that recipients of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program also known as Dreamers are not entitled to receive...
U.S. AG Jeff Sessions

San Francisco Sues AG Sessions for Repealing Civil Rights Guidelines

The city of San Francisco sued U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions for repealing the civil right guidelines to protect the disabled, indigent, minorities, and...
Sutter Health

California AG Becerra Sues Sutter Health over Anticompetitive Practices

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra filed a lawsuit against Sutter Health to stop its anticompetitive business practices. The attorney general filed the case against Sutter...

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John Crossman raises $10,000 for FSU track building locker honoring title...

ORLANDO / TALLAHASSEE - John Crossman, CEO of Crossman Career Builders, donated and raised $10,000 to have a locker at the Florida State University...