Ms. Sanford talks about her career, her husband and her life in the March issue of Marie Claire.
Appears Edwards's former fall guy turned out not to be so meek At long last, he's grown a set and won't turn the other cheek
Now that his sex tape and other assorted sleazy doings seem to have taken John Edwards to the bottom, the mainstream media is on to the inevitable next story in this minor Greek tragedy, "Can Edwards make a comeback?"
Confronting economic malaise, the country seems to be heading back into one of its perennial populist cycles. As a result, "going populist is now smart politics and good policy."
While marital and couples therapists tell us how to save our marriages, sociology, anthropology, and human behavioral ecology suggest that it isn't so much married couples as Marriage itself that's in crisis.
Maybe they're all phonies but the fact is that not all phoniness is created equal. There are many, many degrees of phoniness. Many degrees. Next time I'll try to take that into account.
The death last week of Erich Segal reminded the world of Love Story, his 1969 mega-selling book, and the blockbuster 1970 movie of the same name, for which he wrote the Oscar-nominated screenplay.
"Why is it that we cannot produce anything this frightening?" an incensed bin Laden reportedly demanded of an underling. "We must hire this Rielle Hunter person. She has a true talent for terror."
The John Edwards scandal is just another story in a list as long as Tiger's list of mistresses. The only surprise is that anyone is surprised anymore.
There's not much that John Edwards could sell to anyone these days. But he indisputably has a nice head of hair.
Cheri Young went along when her husband falsely claimed paternity of Edwards' child with Hunter. She bought into her new lifestyle, jetting in private planes to plush hotel rooms and mansions.
John Edwards's fall from grace is worthy of a Greek tragedy or a telenovela, according to HuffPost's Roy Sekoff. Roy appeared on Larry King Live Thur...
At Winston Churchill High School in Potomac, Maryland, 40 to 50 students were involved in a computer hacking scheme to change grades.
Several Bilerico contributors and staff will be at the NGLTF Creating Change conference next week and we'll be featuring our yearly coverage chock ful...
Mistresses have been here since the cavemen. And we're here to stay. It's a political world. There is nothing more exciting than Washington, D.C., and nothing sexier than a powerful senator.
In his State of the Union speech on Wednesday, President Obama attempted to recapture what some believe he has lost from his campaign. Did he offer th...