There's much more at play in the recent spate of adulterous liasons made public than simply leering nosiness, and a seemy delight in watching the mighty and the accomplished dragged through the mud.
The employment situation in America is so bad that Governor Mark Sanford of South Carolina refuses to quit despite the abject humiliation of staying i...
There has been Eliot Spitzer, Kobe Bryant, Mark Sanford, Alex Rodriguez, David Letterman, the list goes on. Now, it's déjà vu all over again. Another successful man caught with his paws in the honey jar (pun intended).
Today's politician's wives are no longer playing the part of victim to their husband's charades. They are providing themselves with security and protecting their own futures.
"After two days of refusing to speak to the media about suspicious aspects of my personal life, I have proved to myself that I am qualified for a career in politics," Mr. Woods told reporters in Orlando.
Governor Mark Sanford -- the man who has confused the Appalachian Trail with Argentina and still holds public office writes about the Objectivist Philosopher.
Odom has consistently taken controversial public stances against Republican candidates, often accusing them of not being conservative enough.
My experiences have taught me what it takes to build successful economic efforts in South Carolina. So, like many others who are concerned about...
If only Monica Lewinsky had made a name for herself a few years earlier, I could have had the perfect role model. After all, Monica and I are the same age, attended good colleges, have loving parents.
It was always nice to turn on the television and know David Letterman could summon out of us a few laughs, but now, for me and countless viewers, the funny is gone.
David Letterman successfully navigated his way through three explosive crises -- personal, professional and legal -- by simply telling the truth.
David Letterman's public apology Monday night for bad behavior is merely the latest in a long list of famous public apologies.
This is a diverse country, and getting elected in some states is much harder than in others, but the message has to continue to be the same -- women can and must make a difference.
The closer we look at the self-righteous leaders of the Right, the more we see the ugliness of -- well, let's use Mike Duvall's euphemism -- inappropriate story telling.
The Right wing has always hated ACORN. Partially that's because the organization has been so effective at allowing poor people to vote. The Right hates it when poor people vote.
Celebrity apologies are eroding an already deteriorating public culture as they are turning one of the most important human virtues - the ability to seek and grant forgiveness - into public relations events.