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Judge orders firm Stormy Daniel's lawyer to pay $ 10 million

The judgment comes after Avenatti's company Eagan Avenatti LLP, could not make the first payment of a $ 4.85 million settlement with lawyer Jason Frank, a one-time partner at the company. During Tuesday's hearing, a lawyer told the federal government that Avenatti's company failed to make a payment for tax refund last week. Avenatti is a management partner of Eagan …

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Sagittarius in Panama City, Florida is dead: officials

(Reuters) – An armed man barricaded in a Panama City, Florida, apartment complex on Tuesday found dead by authorities, officials said at a press conference. The suspect, identified as Kevin Holroyd, 49, fired several rounds of officers from a second floor apartment before found dead inside, Tommy Ford, sheriff in Bay County where Panama City is located, told a press …

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Immigration shows that Ryan has a job at risk

Paul Ryan is struggling to stop an immigration building in the Chamber, as his Republican conference degenerates into an all-out war that could put its loudspeaker on the line. The Wisconsin Republic invited its conference on Tuesday to come together after a tumultuous few days of infighting. The only way Republicans will keep their majority this fall is to work …

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Officials: Barricaded murder suspects fights on law enforcement in Panama City, Florida

PANAMA CITY, Fla. A sheriff's spokeswoman in Florida Panhandle says a suspect identified as Kevin Robert Holroyd is barricaded in a Panama City apartment where he has exchanged shooting with law enforcement officers. The 49-year-old is wanted in connection with a murder in Walton County, according to Bay County Sheriff's Office. Bay County Sheriff spokeswoman Ruth Corley says the merchants …

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Vithus Sinkhole Probably Metaphor For Something

"D.C." in Washington, D.C., now stands for "dirt breaks", thanks to a sink hole recently discovered on the White House's northern lawns. Voice of America reporter Steve Herman first noticed the hole, and he says it's getting bigger during the day. "It was noticeably larger between Sunday and Monday," Herman Quartz told. "It's more than a foot tall right now." …

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Cross-examination not allowed as House Committee advocates with the probe probe Law and order

JEFFERSON CITY • Missouri House Commission investigates Gov. Eric Greitens will not allow his lawyers to cross witnesses, as the panel intensifies its republican governor's probe. "I think they have already had plenty of time to basically review everyone," said rep. Don Phillips, R-Kimberling City, vice-chairman of the committee. "They have spoken to the same important witnesses we have for …

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