Client Accuses Avenatti of Running Firm Like ‘Ponzi Scheme’
OUT OF A MOVIE
Accused Wife-Killer Motivated by ‘Pure Greed’: Prosecutors
Ten years after Shele Danishefsky was found dead in her bathroom on New Year’s Eve, her estranged, unemployed husband is on trial for her murder.
Angry Virgin Threatened to Kill Girls Near Women’s March
Christopher Cleary was arrested for writing he wanted to be the ‘next mass shooter’ and kill women who ‘turned me down.’ Cops worried he was targeting an anti-Trump demonstration.
South Dakota Close to Discriminating Against Trans Athletes
SB 49 would restrict participation in high-school athletics by birth certificate, overturning a 2015 policy that ‘allows participation regardless of gender identity or expression.’
Covington Catholic Students Claim Death Threats
Two students released a video statement claiming their lives and the school’s safety had been threatened after their classmates’ encounter with a Native American leader went viral.
The Catholic Nun Who Came to New York to Confront AIDS
In the 1980s the Catholic Church was notorious for its prejudice when it came to HIV and AIDS. But figures like Sister Carol Baltosiewich from Illinois were determined to do good.
MLK’s Powerful Defense of Identity Politics
The goal of identity politics, King wrote in 1963, was through suffering to more easily recognize and identify with others similarly oppressed.
THICKER THAN BLOOD
Did Sarah Stern’s Friend Kill Her Over a $7,000 Inheritance?
Liam McAtasney will stand trial next week for allegedly strangling his childhood friend for a few thousand dollars.