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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Perhaps we're not as free as we think
Topic - John Edwards
When your own minimum wage reportedly is in the neighborhood of $200,000 a speech, it might be difficult to sell yourself as the populist champion of the working class.
Former U.S. senator and Democratic presidential hopeful John Edwards' return to the courtroom as a lawyer ended with a settlement and a mistrial.
Two works from Andy Warhol's "Death and Disaster" series sold for a combined $100 million Tuesday and a Barnett Newman painting went for an artist record of $84.2 million in fierce New York auction bidding.
The Internal Revenue Service is often a strong contender for Bully of the Week, and if we're going to hand out a Bully of the Year award, the agency will probably be in the running.
Former North Carolina Sen. John Edwards, who lost his bid for the White House in 2004, has returned to his original trade as a lawyer and launched a medical malpractice case on behalf of a 4-year-old Virginia boy.
Former U.S. senator and Democratic presidential hopeful John Edwards has returned to the courtroom to help represent a 4-year-old Virginia boy in a medical malpractice case.
Lawmakers in the Rhode Island House began consideration Tuesday of a bill that sponsors say would raise $1 billion for transportation infrastructure statewide over 10 years and eliminate the need for a toll on the Sakonnet River Bridge.
Rachel "Bunny" Mellon, a wealthy arts and fashion patron, friend of first lady Jacqueline Kennedy and political benefactor who funneled hundreds of thousands of dollars to former presidential candidate John Edwards that was used to hide his mistress, died Monday. She was 103.
John Edwards — the former Democratic Party rising star and famed trial lawyer whose celebrity political status came crashing down in the wake of an adulterous affair and a campaign finance scandal — is now getting back on the career track, opening a law firm with his daughter Cate.
Rielle Hunter, the formerly non apologetic mistress of John Edwards — a rising Democratic star who was touted as the next White House sensation until his sordid affair became public — now says her actions were "selfish," and she wants readers to buy her just-released, updated memoir so she can tell them how many ways she was wrong.
A Virginia Senate committee rejected legislation Monday that would have expanded background checks at gun shows after an attempted compromise between gun-control supporters and opponents pleased neither side.
His community under attack, Sikh Temple of Wisconsin president Satwant Singh Kaleka fought back with all his strength and a simple butter knife, trying to stab a murderous gunman before taking two fatal gunshots to the leg.
An unidentified gunman killed six people at a Sikh temple in suburban Milwaukee on Sunday in a rampage that left terrified congregants hiding in closets and others texting friends outside for help. The suspect was killed outside the temple in a shootout with police officers.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is trying to tamp down any speculation she could be Mitt Romney's vice-presidential running mate.
There is no honor, it is said, among thieves. The only honor you will find these days, it seems, is among the whores.
Amite Rep. John Edwards, who presented the bill, said Louisiana would be able to attract the best commissioner by removing legislative approval, which he said is an unnecessary obstacle.
Edwards said a breathing tube was not working properly, and the boy didn't have adequate oxygen for several minutes, causing brain damage and other problems.