Famous Mistresses: Sex, Power and Blame
What happens when young, beautiful women tangle with very powerful men?
For years we've watched the wives of public figures follow the advice metal countries on stand by your man but this year. When that women seemed to have changed their tune ABC's Stephanie has more. Yeah. Whether it was Beyonce singing yeah. the first lady of South Carolina refusing to stand by her
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In what seems to be the twilight of her campaign, a number of Sen. Hillary Clinton's supporters are saying that sexism helped torpedo her bid for president. It's a sentiment that has been voiced by the Democratic candidate and her husband. "Nobody told Ted Kennedy he should drop out in 1980. Nobody
A look at Hillary Clinton's claims of sexism in the coverage of her campaign.
Dems Fear an Ugly Fade, As Obama Girds for More Losses Before He's a Winner
ABC News' Lindsey Ellerson Reports: Ben Affleck, Oliver Stone, Matt Damon, Naomi Wolf, Julia Stiles and other eye-grabbing celebrities joined together with the progressive group MoveOn.org to select the newest entry into Barack Obama’s ad campaign. Judged as most compelling...
Said Democratic consultant and author Naomi Wolf on MSNBC: "We're looking increasingly at a police state and the American people are asking about this and I have to say with great disappointment, the major media figures who are asking both...
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"What in my background equips me to deal with evil and bad men?" Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., asked rhetorically through a smile back in January. Clinton played coy during that Iowa news conference, never clarifying which "men" she was referring to, but the numbers reveal that the men in her party