As Stormy Daniels appears on '60 Minutes,' her lawyer warns it's 'not the end'
Adult film actress Stormy Daniels' highly anticipated 60 Minutes interview is scheduled to air Sunday night after a weeks of intense publicity and cable news appearances by Daniel's lawyer Michael Avenatti, who suggested Sunday that more bombshells about her alleged tryst with President Trump could drop after it airs. "Tonight is not the end," Avenatti tweeted. "It's the beginning." Avenatti has hinted repeatedly that Daniels may have evidence of the alleged affair with Trump, which she says began in 2006 and lasted into 2007.
French police officer who swapped places with hostage during attack dies
Most transgender troops to be banned under new Pentagon policy
The White House and Pentagon unveiled a new policy on transgender troops late Friday that will severely restrict their place in the military. Pentagon officials had a deadline of Friday to put in place the new policy after months of consideration and court challenges. President Trump followed through and issued orders to ban transgender troops in all but extremely limited cases. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., called Trump a coward in response to the policy.
'Chicago Fire' mourns the death of star DuShon Monique Brown