CNN’s Chris Cuomo aided and abetted in his brother New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s retaliation and coverup and has violated journalistic ethics.
Michael Avenatti was sentenced Thursday for attempting to extort $20 million from Nike. He will serve two-and-half years in prison.
A media-driven panic, a panic-driven economic collapse, and Democrats’ filibuster of the kind of liberal police reform they say they want are prepping the stage for a Republican disaster in November unless they start fighting.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren led the charge to release several women from Bloomberg NDAs, and now she’s silent on Biden’s Senate records.
Avenatti was convicted all three counts including extortion, transmission of interstate communications and intent to extort, and wire fraud.
The wildest court filing was one on Friday by Michael Avenatti’s attorneys, who want to prevent the government from using Avenatti’s web history. You’ll never guess why.
A new filing in the case United States v. Avenatti shows an arrest warrant for ex-Stormy Daniels lawyer and Resistance darling Michael Avenatti.
Chaos is a defendant’s best friend. And Michael Avenatti is going to do his level best to make his trial about anything—and anyone—but his guilt or innocence.
The latest claims against NBC reveal the possibility of a gross and disturbing pattern of behavior at the network when it comes to handling allegations of sexual victimization.
Sen. Chuck Grassley has formally requested updates from the DOJ and the FBI on four criminal referrals submitted to the agencies last year.
Democrats, who have no interest in living with the constraints of the Constitution, see little downside in destroying trust in the Supreme Court.
Michael Avenatti, who is under federal investigation for extortion and theft, is upset that the authors did not interview him for their best-selling book.
Avenatti allegedly lied to his mentally ill, paraplegic client and siphoned off a $4 million settlement from the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department.
New reporting suggests Michael Avenatti revealed glaring flaws in his character to the press while many of its members were boosting him.
Avenatti allegedly used the money to pay his expenses, including payroll for employees at his law firm and a monthly $3,900 payment for his leased Ferrari.
Avenatti was interviewed on broadcast and cable news networks 214 times from March to November 2018.
The case in the Southern District of New York charges Michael Avenatti with multiple counts of extortion, and the case in California charges him with bank fraud and wire fraud.
Avenatti is facing charges in both New York and California for a smorgasbord of illegal activities, including extorting Nike.
What they were able to do to the Constitution implicitly through the courts, many progressives are now calling to be done externally at the expense of the judiciary’s independence.
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