Elizabeth lived her life as if it mattered, and it did. She lived it right out to the very end, filled with gratitude for the precious gift of each day, fully knowing that her days were numbered.
I had no idea who she was in 2003 when I met Elizabeth Edwards while covering a debate for the Democratic nomination.
When Edwards was honoree at Consumer Watchdog's dinner, she had an audience of hundreds sobbing. Not just for herself, who was at the time fighting off the metastasized cancer that nearly killed her, but for the empathy of her words and her strength of belief in social justice.
When I first heard that Elizabeth Edwards had asked her husband to continue with his campaign and that she would continue to do so, too, in my heart I judged her. For several moments, I felt I knew better what Elizabeth Edwards should do than she, herself.
Elizabeth Edwards has passed. She wrote, in her book Saving Graces of having witnessed a ceremony, in Japan, in which candles were floated offshore, o...
Arianna appeared on CNN's "Parker Spitzer" Tuesday night to discuss the passing of Elizabeth Edwards, and to reflect on Edwards' inner strength and br...
Hillary Clinton, who put 18 million cracks in the highest, hardest glass ceiling, was "a prism through which the country's attitudes about sex, power, and the place of women in society were going to be projected."
Instead of staying planted in bitterness, I recommend leaving your emotional baggage at home and packing your travel bags with a few cute outfits, some sexy lingerie, and a new attitude.
It's the curious case of Tipper and the former Veep Of conduct untoward we haven't heard a peep While there's no sign of a jaunt down the Appalachian ...
While Mistresses Anonymous is stumping for the Elin Nordegrens of the world, who's going to be the spokesperson for horndogs like Tiger Woods, John Edwards and now Bruce Springsteen?
When they met in law school and married, she had an $11 wedding ring and they went to Wendy's for their anniversary. How do things change from a bright and cheery wedding day into unhappiness and misery?
Given Rielle Hunter's upbringing, it's no wonder the recent GQ interview exposes her as a new-aged, solipsistic space cadet.
Elizabeth Edwards was a primary player in this modern Shakespearean tragedy where no one has been spared, with Rielle Hunter the victor of a man not worth the sacrifices.
In the wake of Tiger Woods' heartfelt apology, the media has been interviewing sex addicts. But sex addiction is just something Dr. Drew made up because he had no other way to explain Andy Dick.
Now that John has copped to paternity Elizabeth has kicked him to the curb. She's not apologized to the Youngs.
The superlative reviews for this book - "spellbinding," "riveting," "explosive" - all true. For political junkies and cautious historians, Game Change is outstanding.