21 Pop Culture Moments From March 2008 That’ll Make You Say “OMG, Can’t Believe All That Happened 10 Years Ago”
It was what everyone was talking about a decade ago.
After her husband Anthony Weiner's latest scandal, Hillary Clinton’s longtime staffer has found the limits of damage control in her own life.
His prostitution scandal followed his campaign from beginning to end, but there were other factors that cut his quest for political redemption short.
As the Spitzer name returns to headlines and the case returns to trial, the plaintiffs turn their attention to the New York City comptroller candidate. "This has nothing to do with Eliot," says a spokeswoman.
Kristin Davis was arrested for allegedly selling prescription drugs, the FBI reported Tuesday.
Eliot Spitzer, the former New York governor who resigned in 2008 following revelations he solicited prostitutes and is now running for comptroller, admitted Anthony Weiner shouldn't be New York City's mayor on MSNBC's "Hardball" Monday.
The new ad released Thursday by the candidate for comptroller shows empty streets in the financial district to symbolize Wall Street's reaction to the former "Sheriff of Wall Street" running for new office.
The disgraced former New York governor released a new video on Monday in which he directly addressed the prostitution scandal that led to his resignation.
Can the man who would be New York City comptroller quell his, um, impulses? NY1 reporter Josh Robin looks back on his years of covering Spitzer to find an answer.
Eliot Spitzer Thought Romney Was "Inconsistent" For Demanding Others' Tax Returns But Not Releasing His
The former New York governor discussed Mitt Romney's unreleased tax returns on his Current TV show Viewpoint. Spitzer said Romney, as a businessman and presidential candidate, was inconsistent for demanding others' tax returns while refusing to release his own. Spitzer, who in a previous show called for Romney to release his tax returns, has chosen to not release his own records in his race for comptroller.
The website, reported to have gone live today by Azi Paybarah of Capital NY, neglected to change the placeholder page title by the time the site went public.
A disjointed campaign operation and tight deadline means collecting 3,750 signatures by Thursday could be a challenge. "I can't give you specifics, but believe that it is well in hand."
Five years of "pain." Just let it out, big guy.
If Eliot Spitzer manages to become New York City comptroller, he can't be overly antagonistic toward Wall Street. After all, as overseer of the city's finances and fundraising, he would also be a major Wall Street client.
Dismissing his hecklers, Spitzer says, "I've got skin as thick as a rhinoceros."
He's a fucking steamroller.
BuzzFeed's McKay Coppins joined Viewpoint with Eliot Spitzer's political panel Monday to discuss how Obama's gaffe for saying the private sector is "doing fine" measures up to Romney's slip asserting that the police officers, firefighters and teachers should be cut. "Mitt Romney's comment is reflective of this sort of austerity fetish that the Republican party has right now," Coppins said.
It’s Election Day, and the future of our country is in your hands. Make sure you go out and vote, but don’t forget this lengthy list to remind you that it really doesn’t matter who you’re voting for. Democrat or Republican, everyone’s a hypocrite.
Eliot Spitzer has reportedly been tied to a second prostitution ring.
Hours after her husband was sworn in as the new Governor of New York, he publicly admitted to having had affairs in the past, but she did, too.
Debate rages on about whether Eliot Spitzer's wife should have stood by her man amidst hooker crisis.
Who's the call girl with the single name at the center of the Governor Spitzer sex scandal?
Eliot Spitzer's face of shame recalls the "I-know-I-done-wrong" looks of politicians past.
The name of the prostitution ring that was busted and inevitably brought Eliot Spitzer down with them.
On March 10, 2008, it was announced that Mr. Spitzer was allegedly involved in a prostitution ring. Now, after his resignation it's David Paterson's turn to hold New York's top office.
New York governor Eliot Spitzer is on the cover of the New York Times for informing his most senior administration officials that he had been involved in a prostitution ring.