Edwards represents a 4-year-old Virginia boy who allegedly suffered brain damage during surgery. For reference, here's the January 2004 NYT article "In Trial Work, Edwards Left A Trademark":In 1985, a 31-year-old North Carolina lawyer...Show More Summary
John Edwards has his day job back—he's returned to court as a trial attorney, reports the Daily Reflector of Greenville, NC. Edwards is representing a Virginia family in a medical malpractice suit, and he was grilling potential jurors this week. The former senator and VP candidate was a successful...
Seth Masket reviews many studies on the question: Your allies may be quick to abandon you during a scandal if you’re expendable (think John Edwards), but if you’re, say, the president, they may be more likely to rally to your side. Scandals may also be more damaging for black candidates (PDF) than for white ones. Additionally, scandals may be more likely to […]
On the heels of the historical world record sale achieved for Three Studies of Lucian Freud at $142,405,000, Christie?s will offer Francis Bacon?s Three Studies for a Portrait of John Edwards, from 1984, as the highlight of the May 13th evening sale. Show More Summary
It just gets worse for John Edwards, doesn’t it? First he got busted cheating on his wife and siring a love child. Then his mistress Rielle Hunter, with whom he made a sex tape, turned out to be cuckoo bananas. And now the family of the woman whose presidential campaign donation he allegedly used to [...]
John Edwards’ shamelessness led to an embarrassing moment at the funeral of former donor Bunny Mellon's funeral: he and his daughter Cate were not allowed inside the church. Mellon, 103, the Listerine fortune heiress, shunned publicity,...Show More Summary
The woman was Bunny Mellon, who had given $700,000, that was used in part to support Edwards's secret lover (Rielle Hunter). Do you remember what happened at that trial? I didn't.A federal jury acquitted Edwards of one charge, and the judge declared a mistrial on the remaining five charges. Show More Summary
John Edwards was persona non grata at the funeral of Bunny Mellon, who gave $700,000 to his 2008 presidential campaign. Prosecutors charged he used some of the money to support his mistress Rielle Hunter, who was then pregnant with his daughter Frances Quinn. When the former politician and his daughter Cate Edwards, who is also […]
Former US senator John Edwards charmed Rachel ‘Bunny’ Mellon into donating $700,000 towards his 2008 presidential campaign, but when the generous 103-year-old passed away last month, the disgraced cheater was… READ ON
Norwegian Heidi Hukkelaas is 'person of interest' as St Vincent police investigate Briton's death News Jack Bremer Friday, March 28, 2014 - 1:54pm IT WAS scene straight out of a Hollywood thriller: the body of an Englishman is found floating in the Caribbean Sea, 15 miles off the island of St Vincent, close by his burning yacht. Show More Summary
If there's one thing that riles up Bill O'Reilly more than anything, it's messing with his beloved Christianity. You may remember BillO went ballistic when John Edwards chose to hire two blogger friends of ours to help him with his presidential...Show More Summary
When m: John Edwards plays his double bass, he is extraordinarily engaging. He plucks, tweaks, bows, hits and hums aloud. So engrossed is he that it is difficult to look away. One memorable gig, I overheard a member of the audience say " It's almost pornographic what he does with that ba...
(Reuters) - Rachel "Bunny" Mellon, the aristocratic philanthropist and a close friend of Jacqueline Kennedy who provided money used to conceal 2008 U.S. presidential candidate John Edwards' extramarital affair, has died at the age of 103, her attorney'...
ABC News completely ignored the Monday death of heiress Rachel "Bunny" Mellon, who used her wealth to help conceal the mistress of former Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards. CBS and NBC both noted the passing of the 103-year-old and her connection to Edwards, but failed identify Edwards as a Democrat. Show More Summary
Rachel “Bunny” Mellon, who married into the Mellon family banking fortune though she was already heiress to a mouthwash fortune of her own, passed away Monday at the age of 103, her friend and attorney Alexander Forger announced. Born Rachel Lowe Lambert, her wealth came from her grandfather, a chemist, who invented Listerine — and... Show More Summary
(CNN) – Rachel "Bunny" Mellon, a high-profile financial backer of former presidential candidate John Edwards, died Monday morning in Upperville, Virginia, according to her attorney, Alexander Forger. She was 103. Along with her ties to Edwards, Mellon was known for being a major arts patron and donating hundreds of art pieces to the National Gallery […]
The National Enquirer, the same magazine that broke the news on John Edwards’ love child, reports there is a $500 million plot out there to destroy Hillary Clinton. Author Marinka Peschmann claims Hillary Clinton of ordering the government’s attack on … Continue reading ?
John Edwards writes: “Given the discussion on your site late last week about the appropriateness of the word ‘fart’ in headlines, I thought you might find this obituary amusing.” Excerpts: Molson’s stock price fell sharply on the news of Bill Eves’ passing. Senior executives at Molson called an emergency meeting to brace for the impact … Read More
It appears David Moyes will have to continue his search for a big midfield superstar after Arturo Vidal pledged his future to Juventus, per John Edwards of The Mail Online. Edwards reports that despite the 26-year-old Chilean machine...Show More Summary
POWER COUPLE: State Sen. John Edwards, with President Barack Obama, is positioned to be the most powerful lawmaker in the Virginia Senate. By Kenric Ward | Watchdog.org Virginia Bureau RICHMOND, Va. — In what Republicans called “a Virginia version of Harry Reid‘s nuclear option,” Democrats invoked new rules giving them control of all state Senate... Show More Summary