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Monica Lewinsky to Bullying Victims: ‘Please Don’t Suffer in Silence’
Monica Lewinsky is taking on a subject that’s deeply personal for her: bullying. Lewinsky lost her digital reputation in 1998 when her affair with President Bill Clinton made headlines around the world, fueling a constant barrage of jokes, insults and cyber-bullying. Nearly 20 years later, Lewinsky
Monica Lewinsky on Her New Campaign Against Bullying
exclusive interview with Monica lewinsky. Opening up about the new chapter in her life. A new campaign against bullying. Her very public shaming back in 1998 giving her a special understanding of what online bullying is all about. That's something that can resonate with a lot of people. Reporter:
Monica Lewinsky Tears Up During Speech About Life After Bill Clinton
ABC News’ Erin Dooley and Liz Kreutz report: Monica Lewinsky nearly broke down in tears today as she recounted her experience as “patient zero, the first person to have their reputation completely destroyed worldwide via the Internet.” In what she called her “first public talk,”...
Monica Lewinsky Conspiracy Theories Resurface - From the Right, This Time
In 1998, then-first lady Hillary Clinton called the Lewinsky allegations “politically motivated,” part of a “vast right-wing conspiracy” designed to destroy her husband’s presidency. Fast forward 17 years. The right-wingers are striking back with some Lewinsky-related conspiracy theories of their
The Monica Lewinsky Essay: 5 More Revelations
After 10 years Monica Lewinsky is breaking her silence and speaking out. Vanity Fair released some of the highlights Tuesday, but in the full revealing essay she details a painful 16 years since the world learned of her affair with the president and how she...
Monica Lewinsky Considered Suicide and 4 Other Revelations
After 10 years of silence — a decade of dodging questions about the infamous stain on her blue dress and the jokes about the president’s cigar — Bill Clinton’s mistress, Monica Lewinsky, spoke out in Vanity Fair. Here’s what she had to say: She May Not...
George Washington Bridge Suicide Jumper Shows Need for Barriers
A 25-year-old woman dangling over the edge of the upper level of New York’s George Washington Bridge was stopped from jumping to her death by a cop, according to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Officer Christopher Outhouse climbed over an inner railing yesterday morning and grabbed
Star College Student's Purse, Keys Found at George Washington Bridge
A New Jersey college senior weeks away from graduation who disappeared on Tuesday may have jumped from the George Washington Bridge in New York, according to authorities. New Jersey resident Paige Aiello, who was a student at the College of New Jersey, has been missing since Tuesday afternoon. Late
Rutgers' Mike Rice Rage: Bad Behavior or a Mental Disorder?
Throwing balls, kicking players, shouting gay slurs -- all of these outbursts caught on videotape of Rutgers basketball coach Mike Rice reveal the abusive nature of uncontrollable anger. Rice was fired this week, and faculty and alumni have been in an uproar. But was his angry performance during a
World News 4/03: Rutgers University Basketball Coach Fired
Mike Rice dismissed over video; North Korea's dangerous threats; Kevin Ware's next step.