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Elizabeth Edwards

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  • REDEYE: The point: Tattoos take priority over politics

    A busy tattoo and piercing parlor seemed as good a place as any to listen to young voters talk about presidential politics. So, I followed the green and orange neon sign to the basement of Body Ritual here. Unfortunately, it turned out I was doing most...
  • A Legal Star Who Burned for Politics

    The courtroom was packed and curious lawyers stood in the back. All eyes were on John Edwards, making his closing argument on behalf of a 5-year-old girl horribly injured in a wading pool accident. For 90 minutes, politely but persistently, Edwards...
  • John Edwards: The man from Robbins

    In the mid-1960s, when Wallace Edwards' job with the textile mill brought his family here, Robbins was a dry, two-stoplight, five-church, blue-collar town, a place 12 miles from the nearest four-lane road. Its tiny downtown was crowded with shops, the...
  • John Edwards

    When John Edwards was a lad of 11 and a teacher assigned an essay on career aims, he wrote "Why I Want to be a Lawyer" -- a lofty ambition for the son of a millworker growing up in a tiny North Carolina town. Now Edwards wants to be president. And the 20...
  • Edwardses' new struggle: breast cancer

    Elizabeth Edwards got the bad news the same day she learned that her husband, John Edwards, would not be the country's next vice president: Like more than 2 million other American women, she has breast cancer. On Wednesday, shortly after Edwards and Sen....
  • Larry and Trojans and Bear Hugs, Oh My

    It was a curious evening. Rivals John F. Kerry and John Edwards were practically Chip 'n' Dale polite when they should have been ripping each other to shreds: "Excuse me." "I'm sorry." "Go ahead." The biggest scream of the night was not earned by...