Adult-film actress Stephanie Clifford, also known as Stormy Daniels, poses for pictures at the end of a show at Gossip, a gentlemen’s club in Long Island, New York.
When it comes to political scandals, context is king.
Still at it after all these years: the FSB’s Moscow headquarters.
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Russia has decades of experience setting "honeytraps" for spies, diplomats, and whoever else it wants to embarrass or blackmail.
John Whittingdale, centre, was chair of the Culture, Media and Sport Committee when the phone-hacking story broke.
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There's no 'public interest' in this story, say the newspapers. As if that's stopped them before.
Gotcha: The Sun carries on the tradition of great British scandals.
In a scoop worthy of its deceased predecessor, the News of the World, the Sun on Sunday ran a five-page exclusive at the weekend alleging that Lord Sewel, deputy speaker of the House of Lords, had been…