Articles by Bedard, Paul
Much has been made recently of Sen. Hillary Clinton's cleavage. Or at least her decision to show it off to the world. First the Washington Post took a shot at her skin while she was debating on the Senate floor. Now Lynn Sweet of the Chicago Sun-Times has offered us her own picture.
Today, the Republican National Committee and the Nevada GOP chairwoman issued E-mails to supporters bashing Reid's harsh language when talking about Bush. Reid's spokesman responded by saying that Republicans are eager to change the subject away from Iraq.
The message went out Saturday from Elizabeth Edwards: The John Edwards campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination will let no attack go unanswered.
CNN plans to have its former golden boy, Bob Novak, on to promote his book after all. CNN executive Sam Feist told me this morning that the cable network was working to get Novak on Wolf Blitzer's popular and newsy Situation Room next week.
The latest version of the Rudy Giuliani campaign's morning newsletter to reporters includes one stunning fact: He's the king of parades. In NYC alone he did 240. Plus, spokeswoman Maria Comella tries out a new title: The Giuliani Gaggle.
The Democrats' maverick senator, Wisconsin's Russ Feingold, surprised many when he finished a national listening tour by pulling his hat from the ring of 2008 presidential candidates, claiming he lacked the fire in the belly.