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Top 5 Local Politics Stories Of The Week
Kentucky Mayor Resigns After Drug Arrest A Kentucky mayor resigned after being arrested for allegedly selling marijuana to an undercover police officer. Danny Sparks, Mayor of Olive Hill, Ky., was arrested on November 28 on charges of felony trafficking , for allegedly selling marijuana to an
Critics: 5 Words that Should Be Put to Bed, Already
After Dr. Laura's N-word Rant and Jennifer Aniston's R-Word Slip, Some Words Need a Rest
Appropriators Beware: Primaries Spell Defeat for Some
Once Seen as a Golden Ticket to Reelection, Membership on Spending Committees Now Hurts Lawmakers
Sessions On Kagan: 'She Failed'
Senator Jeff Sessions R-AL., talks about Kagan vote and Prop 8 on "Top Line."
Texting: The New Lipstick on the Collar
More and more people are catching their partners in the act through text messages and emails. But it's not just cheating technology designed to help people communicate and all kinds of new ways. Is also getting people fired and ruining their reputations. They're the private text messages being read
Scandal by Text
It was the classic sign of infidelity was ruby red and brought to you by Chanel. And it tended to lead a lasting impression like it or not lipstick on the collar cliche and a Okay. It's. Connie Francis hit record. But the Tiger Woods scandal confirms those days are officially over as the New York
If You Want to Keep It Hidden, Don't Text or Post it Online, Experts Say
Tiger Woods . Sen. John Ensign. Kwame Kilpatrick. All were well-respected public figures at the top of their game who were disgraced in part because allegations of misconduct came to light through text messages. Woods, who is married with two young children, reputedly sent hundreds of racy texts to
Detroit Police Chief Has to Ignore Some Crimes
Detroit Police Chief Warren Evans was traveling in an unmarked police car on one recent shift when he spotted a Chrysler mini van run through a red light. Evans and his driver, Lt. Eric Jones, turned on their police lights and sirens to quickly pull the driver over. When asked for his license, the
Politicians Behaving Badly
This week's painful confession of infidelity from South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford was political theater. But it was also politics as usual: Nevada Sen. John Ensign, a Republican, admitted to having an extramarital affair last week . And the recent U.S. political map of infidelity is bicoastal,
Will Sanford Survive?
Mark Sanford gets his own chapter in the scandal management playbook with that raw and rambling performance today.