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The porn star was paid hush money by the former president a month before the 2016 election to keep her from speaking out about their alleged affair.
"I felt that acquiescing to a false claim compromised my integrity," Gwyneth Paltrow said in a statement after a Utah jury found her not liable Thursday in a 2016 ski crash
Frank Cerabino's column imagining how Trump will capitalize on his New York indictment to Mar-a-Lago Club members
Aerosmith's Steven Tyler knows only too well the appeal, and consequences, of taking heroin, which is why he offered to help Kurt Cobain kick his habit
Carlos Barria/ReutersMinutes after it was reported that a Manhattan grand jury had voted to criminally indict him, former President Donald Trump issued a wrathful response, denouncing it in a lengthy statement as “political persecution and election interference at the highest level in history.”He also issued another furious rant on his social media platform Truth Social, complete with an unfortunate, all-caps misspelling saying he had been “INDICATED.”“From the time I came down the golden escala
Trump has declined to apologize for taking out full-page ads in 1989 calling for the execution of the now-vindicated men who were teens at the time.
Monthly rotation of presidency of 15-member council has been unaffected by Ukraine war
The son of former President Donald Trump described New York City as "falling apart" before complaining about CVS shelving on Fox News.
Fox NewsOn the heels of the historic indictment of former President Donald Trump on Thursday, an enraged Fox News host Jesse Watters went on a rant seemingly warning of impending political violence.The Fox host branded the indictment, which was announced during the latter half of The Five broadcast, “the stupidest thing I’ve ever seen” and a “disgrace” before seemingly threatening future violence. “There’s going to be a major ‘rally around the flag’ feeling. I’m starting to feel it right now. I’
Long live 'kini season.
“Please do not take matters into your own hands like this,” police said.
Trent Frederic was not going to let Lane Pederson get away with cross-checking Bruins captain Patrice Bergeron in the face.
Legal experts say it has nothing to do with new footage broadcast by Tucker Carlson.
"‘Home Alone 2: Lost in New York’ star Donald Trump has been indicted on criminal charges."View Entire Post ›
Authorities located missing Robyn Bodine and Tracie Shoe on Thursday after they left their vacation in Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, on Tuesday but never made it home.
The "Daily Show" comedian was an avalanche of funny in mocking Paltrow's "white people court" ski trial.
Russia has suffered huge losses trying to take the Ukrainian city of Bakhmut, and in recent weeks progress has largely ground to a halt.
One former Patriots player doesn't want to see Lamar Jackson playing in New England, and he expressed that to the former NFL MVP on Twitter.
"Obviously, I'm a Christian, and there are standards that we like to uphold, but none of us do it perfectly," Boebert told Dave Rubin, a podcast host.