One Spitzer madam gets locked up for six months while another finds a way to make money off her woes.
Plus, we prayed to the Christmas angel it'll be a good, healthy year for Britney in 2009. In the merry little gossip roundup.
The Luv Guv stopped into a former 'health club.' But it was all in good fun.
Overheard: the former governor and Slate columnist discussing his creative process.
The former governor and current Slate columnist walked into a media party at Happy Ending with his head held high.
The former governor will write a new column for Slate starting tomorrow.
Eight months since its explosive premiere, our favorite show, the Spitzer Prostitution Scandal, is coming back.
The Washington 'Post' picks him as the odds-on favorite to replace Hillary Clinton in the Senate. It's time for a walk down memory lane...
A video preview of our happy heroine's interview with Diane Sawyer: Be warned, it's not safe for the easily smitten.
So someone said! Also, David Wright was attacked by cheesy cougars, and Tyra paid for Isis's sex change. In the gossip roundup.
Eliot Spitzer's Washington 'Post' opinion essay about the economy is a thinly veiled advice column to dudes cheating on their wives with hookers.
Lawyers for the Emperor's Club employees arrested in the wake of the Spitzer scandal are mad that the former governor is getting off.
The United States Attorney's office today announced that they will not be filing federal charges against former governor Eliot Spitzer.
Rocco wore a Yankees shirt at Chelsea Piers! Also, Chrissie Hynde says something cryptic about Obama. In your daily gossip multivitamin!
The ‘Times’ caught up with Eliot Spitzer six months after his great fall.
The former governor stuck his head out of his hole long enough to answer some questions from the magazine for their 40th-anniversary issue.
That's what we learn from a book excerpt by a former call-girl colleague of Eliot Spitzer's favorite little prostie.
Cindy Adams reports that the lovable gov has been hauling butt around the Democratic National Convention. Plus, gossip about Chace Crawford (of course), Naomi Campbell, and Janice Dickinson.