Since our national longing has, for some inexplicable reason, turned its eye toward the 1990s insisting that slip dresses, plaid, and chokers are fashionable again, it seems only natural that the ’90s nostalgia would lead us back to the scandals of the Clinton Administration. According to Deadline, Amazon will be the…
Ryan Murphy’s schlocky, campy and utterly compelling American Crime Story anthology series has already tackled O.J. Simpson, is set to take on Hurricane Katrina and the murder of Gianni Versace. Next on Murphy’s list? Monica Lewinsky.
It had been a long time since anyone heard from Linda Tripp, the woman who befriended Monica Lewinsky and secretly recorded their conversations which were later used to out Lewinsky’s affair with President Clinton. Now she’s back and speaking out against Hillary Clinton. Tripp believes that Hillary should not win the…
Camille Paglia is doing a long, three-part interview with Salon to celebrate the triumphantly annoying return of the ‘90s in the form of Bill Cosby, Bush vs. Clinton, political correctness, and, of course, Camille Paglia. The first part of that interview is up now, and wonderful, because no one can nail the…
With Hillary Clinton possibly announcing her 2016 presidential candidacy soon, tis the season for tell-all accounts of her family life. First up, did Hills hit philandering former President Bill Clinton with a lamp after she learned of his affair with then-intern Monica Lewinsky?
After a diagnosis of “severe” Lyme disease, Avril Lavigne was left bedridden for 5 months. And now the singer is finally speaking out. “I had no idea a bug bite could do this,” says Lavigne in an interview with PEOPLE. Though she’d been feeling lethargic for months, it started to go way south at her 30th birthday last…
In today's Tweet Beat, I connect strongly to Zendaya's connection with her eyebrows, Jaden Smith is on a roll this week and Monica Lewinsky is loving life.
It may have been a while since we've heard from Monica Lewinsky (R.I.P. Mr. Personality) but the former white house intern is now adding "esteemed speaker" to her CV. She'll be giving a talk about bullying and social media on March 19th.
In a recent interview with the Philadelphia Daily News, painter Nelson Shanks revealed that his rendering of Bill Clinton, currently hanging in the National Portrait Gallery, contains a reference to the "shadow" Monica Lewinsky cast over his presidency. Oh boy.
Monica Lewinsky has long alleged that the treatment she received by those investigating President Bill Clinton in 1998 was frightening and unprofessional. And as an over 100 page report conducted in 2000 on the behavior of those officials that's just been released by the Washington Post online reveals, she's right.
After Piers Morgan's show was cancelled in February, America got a bit of a respite from his particular brand of insufferableness. But thanks to the magic of the internet and a woman named Monica Lewinsky, Piers is back, writing for the Daily Mail Online about the internet hate Monica has received, the internet hate…
Monica Lewinsky had a big Monday morning: she joined Twitter and she gave her first public speech at the Forbes 30 Under 30 Summit about her new passion project, battling online bullying.
Bill and Hillary Clinton are getting their shot at musical theater through two new plays in New York City, one of which is in previews — meaning the cast is performing for possible investors.
Hillary Clinton's Hard Choices comes out today and its publication brings more fascinating revelations about what the Obama campaign wanted her to do to weaken the McCain/Palin ticket in 2008, how her participation in Texts From Hillary came about and stuff about Monica Lewinsky.
If you've not had a chance to read Tina Brown's essay on the Monica Lewinsky scandal, let me try and describe it to you. It has words! And some of them are kind of sexist and gross.
In today's Tweet Beat, Mia Farrow thinks her son is out too late, everyone's got a Monica Lewinsky joke and Neko Case has an exchange about a parking ticket that turns heartwarming.
Graydon Carter has found a way to continue pretending that the Millennium never came by including an "exclusive" with Monica Lewinsky in the June issue of Vanity Fair. What's new with Monica? She wants to "take back her narrative" and "help victims of internet shaming."
We know you've always wanted to bump uglies with someone wearing Monica Lewinsky's clothes. Or maybe you want to be wearing them yourself? It's the ultimate intern-boss fantasy, except it's hotter because it's nastier and impeachment is an aphrodisiac. Now an online company is offering you the chance to be the Monica…