Stephanie Clifford who claims to have had an affair with President Trump has filed a suit against him in an attempt to nullify a nondisclosure deal with Trump attorney Michael Cohen days before Trump's 2016 presidential victory.(Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)Stormy Daniels may face more than $20 million in damages for violating a "hush agreement" that requires her to remain silent about an affair she alleges she had with President Donald Trump in 2006 and 2007.
Stormy Daniels' '60 Minutes' Interview: What You Need to KnowThe saga swirling around Stormy Daniels is intensifying, as the adult film star who allegedly had an affair with President Donald Trump over a decade ago has reportedly taped an as-of-yet-unaired segment of 60 Minutes for CBS in which she ends her relative silence on the matter.It is still unclear whether or not Trump was aware of the payment, though Cohen said he was not reimbursed.
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Since donations from corporations to federal candidates are prohibited, the complaint urges the DOJ and FEC to investigate the source.Ryan, the vice president for policy and litigation at Common Cause who filed the complaints, explained.
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tearing up the stage"; "like a titan".I've always been turbulent, I've never been one of those peaceful characters.
Heather Graham, who is 29, has just moved to New York with her film-maker and actor boyfriend, Edward Burns (recently seen in Saving Private Ryan).He was' - she voices his incredulity - '"You're not that?
She tells me how much Dostoevsky meant to her when she was younger and about her love of John Fante's writing ('You've probably never heard of him,' she declares.She tells me that the songs which make her happiest are by Billie Holiday: 'You Go To My Head', 'You're My Thrill', 'Gloomy Sunday'.
According to Deirdre and Me (ITV1), Anne - Annie - Kirkbride who plays the Weatherfield One is happier in rubber gloves than she is in the spotlight.Cleaning, apparently, is Annie's therapy.
The 59th Venice International Film Festival got under way in traditional manner last night as attendant stars, including Salma Hayek, Sophia Loren and Gwyneth Paltrow, paraded before the paparazzi.But behind the scenes matters were more fractious, with festival director Moritz de Hadeln claiming Venice's top prize had become "without value" in the eyes of American distributors.
A woman is driving along a track through woods in a dark, rainy winter twilight.Drenched, smoking and missing a front tooth, he flags her down and she nervously unwinds her window an inch.
But the proof that every cloud - even the big, wet, Welsh ones - has a silver lining came this morning in Simon Armitage's event, in which he discussed and read from his recent translation of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.In the midst of the carolling and carousing, in strides a great green knight.
The great-great-great grandson of the much-maligned author Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton is to take part in a debate to defend his ancestor's writing.The Honourable Henry Lytton Cobbold, of Knebworth House in Hertfordshire, is travelling to Bulwer-Lytton's namesake, the town of Lytton in Canada, to take on the founder of the International Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest, Professor Scott Rice.
Once again my life is taking the road less travelled without packing enough sandwiches for the trip.I have no problem with Belfast per se – it's a lovely town – but I should currently be in Glasgow.