Rachel 'Bunny' Mellon lived a private life dominated by arts, fashion, and horses, until presidential candidate John Edwards's 2011 indictment, when it was revealed that Edwards used what prosecutors alleged was campaign money, including $750,000 from Mellon, to hide his mistress and their child during his 2008 presidential bid.
Senate Democrats have proposed closing over a dozen tax 'loopholes' as part of a budget package. Gleckman examines how closing these 'loopholes' could be beneficial to the budget but why it's unlikely to happen.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley (D) is making noises about running for president. There are two reasons to do that – even if Hillary Clinton runs, too. And maybe she won’t even run.
Hillary Clinton has a new hairstyle, which can only mean she is absolutely, definitely, positively running for president. Or maybe not. But the move to push her into the White House is gaining steam.
David Axelrod, former Obama advisor and strategist, will release his memoir through Penguin Press. Bids for the book went as high as $1.5 million.
As the 'Petraeus scandal' widens with probes and politics, it should also throw a spotlight on the state of marriage.