Struggle for Control of Afghanistan Comes to K Street
"No entity could receive legitimacy without the support, endorsement of his excellency Ahmad Massoud, because he is the source of legitimacy today," said Ali Nazary, who represents Mr. Massoud in the United States.
Prince Andrew Suffers Setback in Bid to Avoid Epstein Accuser's Lawsuit
The British High Court will serve papers on the prince if necessary, allowing Virginia Giuffre's suit, filed in New York, to proceed.
Coney Island man sentenced to 10 years for child sex trafficking * Brooklyn Paper
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Prince Andrew Seeks to Block Epstein Accuser's Lawsuit
In the first hearing in the closely watched case, lawyers for the Duke of York argued that the lawsuit was baseless and legally dubious.
'Rebranding' Prince Andrew? Now there's a real mission impossible | Hadley Freeman
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OnlyFans backtracks on plan to ban sexually explicit content | CBC News
OnlyFans says it has suspended a plan to ban sexually explicit content following an outcry from its creators and advocates for sex workers.
Matt Gaetz, Republican in sex-trafficking investigation, marries in California
The Republican Florida congressman Matt Gaetz eloped to southern California on Saturday, in order to marry Ginger Luckey in a small ceremony on Catalina Island.
Larry Elder's ex-fiancee emerges as leading critic, with gun allegation, other claims
The day in late April 2015 was to be a double celebration: Larry Elder would get his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, then be married, on the spot, to his radio producer and love, Alexandra Datig.
Virginia Giuffre Files Lawsuit Accusing Prince Andrew of Rape
Virginia Giuffre, one of Jeffrey Epstein's most prominent accusers, has filed a lawsuit against Prince Andrew saying that he raped her when she was 17 and committed other forms of sexual abuse, according to court documents.
A fund for Jeffrey Epstein's victims has paid out more than $121 million.
The fund created by the estate of Jeffrey Epstein to compensate victims of sexual assault by the financier has wrapped up its work by paying out just over $121 million to more than 135 people - far more than expected, according to the fund's administrator.