It's never over.
More wisdom from Ashley Dupré.
Dripping is involved.
A young media ingenue took to a British paper to explain her problems with the city, and her life this week.
A video preview of our happy heroine's interview with Diane Sawyer: Be warned, it's not safe for the easily smitten.
Eliot Spitzer's Washington 'Post' opinion essay about the economy is a thinly veiled advice column to dudes cheating on their wives with hookers.
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.
The ‘National Enquirer’ has a new story about John Edwards today, but we’re more interested in the telling picture that goes along with it.
The wealthy Texas lawyer, who has been vigilantly protecting John Edwards, Rielle Hunter, and Andrew Young, suddenly doesn't quite know what's going on.
A grumpy Philadelphia resident tried to blackmail the Super Bowl-winner for affairs he didn't actually have.
We've cut together the brief appearances of the girls who might be John Edwards's mistress in the Goldie Hawn–Kurt Russell flick 'Overboard.'
How did married Edwards aide Andrew Young possibly think his story would fly?
Like a favorite bedtime story or a soap opera!
To sum up: Everyone involved in this whole Edwards-affair mess is probably crazy, almost certainly lying, and definitely should keep his or her mouth shut. Here are the bit players you need to know.
Writers from 'Newsweek' and the Los Angeles 'Times' recount their own kooky encounters of Rielle Hunter.