Huffington Post Editor Roy Sekoff appeared on "The Joy Behar Show" Wednesday along with novelist Jackie Collins. The three debated everything from...
Like any story, the John Edwards mess was a slow boil: one lie built upon another, another action causing a reaction, fear taking over the impulse to do what is right.
In the days leading up to Valentine's Day, several real-life romances have emerged as potential threats to the on-screen classics like Bogart and Bacall and Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown.
In what has been described as a miracle cure in the annals of sex addiction, Tiger Woods has reportedly been cured of his sex addiction by repeated viewings of the John Edwards sex tape.
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
The great thing (I mean the really great thing) about books (good books and bad books, alike) used to be that they had sex in them.
"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...
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.
Here is the big lesson for all Americans: In the poker game of politics, we should think of cheating as a tell, a political poker tell, that gives us a good indication as to the character of a player.
"The greatest political saga, the one that has it all, that gets to the real heart of American politics, is the John Edwards story...This isn't just p...
Because I deal with a lot of divorced women who have had their hearts sauteed in a frying pan as a result of infidelity, I am not surprised that Elizabeth Edwards could be both Saint Elizabeth and Lady Macbeth.