"It was -- briefly, only briefly -- in the '90s. It isn't anymore," he added. "So, sooner or later, I think if he just keeps chugging along, just keeps the door open, invite them to every economic conference, invite them to every meeting, eventually, he'll start getting some votes" in Congress.
Watch the video: Interview With President Clinton.
"Jon & Kate Plus 8" matriarch Kate Gosselin was still wearing her wedding ring in June 2009 because she said taking it off would devastate her children.
"I curled up in a ball and I sobbed. I couldn't breathe; I was hyperventilating. I was scaring people who were calling to check on me because I couldn't even talk," she told the entertainment magazine.
"I don't really want to be alone. I don't want to do this alone," she said.
Their divorce has since been finalized.
Read the story: Kate Gosselin: Jon Wanted the Divorce.
As debate grew about a possible second stimulus package for the flagging U.S. economy, at least one legendary investor gave the idea his guarded approval.
"I think that a second one may well be called for," Warren Buffett, the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, told "Good Morning America" in July in an exclusive interview. But, he added, "you hope it doesn't get watered down in many ways."
Buffett cautioned that a second stimulus package, like the first, won't be a panacea because stimulus packages take time to work. He criticized lawmakers' work on the first stimulus package, which contained $787 billion in spending.
"Our first stimulus bill ... was sort of like taking half a tablet of Viagra and having also a bunch of candy mixed in ... as if everybody was putting in enough for their own constituents," he said. "It doesn't have really quite the wall that might have been anticipated there."
Read the story: Buffett Likens Economic Stimulus to Viagra.
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Tiger Woods made headlines for all the wrong reasons at the end of 2009. The golfer crashed his car the morning after Thanksgiving in a single-car accident that led to revelations about Woods' infidelity to wife Elin Nordegren. When cocktail waitress Jaimee Grubbs released a voice-mail message implicating Woods in a nearly three-year affair, the golfer finally issued a Web site apology for his "transgressions."
Read the story: Tiger Woods' Mother-in-Law Rushed to Hospital.
Read the story: Biggest Celebrity Scandals of the Decade.
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