Guess Which Republican Dropped The Monica Card?

Politics | Patrick Howley
Monica Lewinsky (L) talks with Darrell Hammond, who portrays President Clinton, during a skit on the live broadcast of "Saturday Night Live" in New York April 8. Lewinsky, the now famous ex-White House intern, took a comic turn on late night television after playing a dramatic role that nearly toppled Bill Clinton from the presidency.


‘Maybe we should drink more in Washington’

Monica Lewinksy Blocked From Sitting In Al Gore's Box At Cannes

US | Alexis Gulino
Getty Images/ Marc Piasecki

‘It was 100% appropriate for me to sit elsewhere.’

Monica Lewinsky -- MONICA LEWINSKY -- Just Got A Standing Ovation For This

Entertainment | Kaitlan Collins

She said she was ‘in love’ with Clinton

Michelle Obama Trashes Media When She's Supposed To Be Giving A Graduation Speech

The Mirror | Betsy Rothstein
Michelle Obama gives Prince George and Princess Charlotte gifts

First lady goes light on inspiration

Morning Mirror

The Mirror | Betsy Rothstein

Monica Lewinsky's Right-Wing Campaign

Opinion | Patrick Howley

‘We have to shame this terrible person’

Monica Lewinsky's TED Triumph

Opinion | Stewart Lawrence
Monica Lewinsky poses at the International Documentary Association's 2014 IDA Documentary Awards in Los Angeles

Maybe Lewinsky, not Hillary Clinton, is the real success story of our time.

Monica Lewinsky Lashes Out At Media In TED Talk; Says She Was Cyberbullying 'Patient-Zero'

US | Chuck Ross
Monica Lewinsky poses at the International Documentary Association's 2014 IDA Documentary Awards in Los Angeles

Said she learned the lesson of falling ‘in love’ with her boss

Monica Lewinksy To Give Great TED

The Mirror | Betsy Rothstein

Wait, she’s a ‘social activist?’

Hillary Aide: Bill Put Cheating On Hold For Presidential Run

Politics | Eric Owens

‘You’re stupid enough to blow this whole presidential thing over your d**k’

Monica Lewinsky Joins Twitter

Politics | Derek Hunter

The self-proclaimed ‘social activist’ dips her toe back in the Internet pool that destroyed her

Keith Olbermann Once Apologized To POTUS For Committing Journalism

US | Alex Griswold

The former MSNBC host apologized for covering the Lewinsky scandal.

Monica Lewinsky Doing First Television Interview Since 2003

Politics | Aldana Fourcade
Monica Lewinsky
She will be featured in a miniseries

Has ABC Offered Monica Lewinsky A Job Hosting 'The View?'

Politics | Jamie Weinstein

‘Maybe she can take my place?’

Sorry About That Blue Dress, Monica

Politics | Eric Owens
Ah, Slick Willy. You already know the story here, but it’s always worth revisiting. William Jefferson Clinton, you know AKA The President of the United States of America, AKA the most powerful man in the world, engaged in an affair with a 22-year-old White House intern, Ms. Monica Lewinski, in 1995. While the basic events are surely not news to many, the details of the affair, including the fact that Bill gifted to Monica Lewinsky a copy of “Leaves of Grass” by Walt Whitman (the same book he gave to Hillary on their second date) make it remarkable. By violating the sanctity of the Oval Office, Bill Clinton earned himself more street cred than any other president, and a story that will live forever be a part of our nation’s…ahem…oral history. (Youtube Screenshot)

Gossip columnist says Bill Clinton may publicly apologize to Monica Lewinsky

Former Clinton Official Sees Double Standard Between Lewinsky's Media Abuse And Clinton's Worldwide Admiration

Daily Caller News Foundation | Brendan Bordelon

‘There is something a little off here’

Monica Lewinsky Requests Correction From Beyonce

Entertainment | Taylor Bigler
Toronto Raptors v Brooklyn Nets - Game Six

It has to do with the Starr Report and some Beyoncé lyrics

Beyonce makes lewd reference to Monica Lewinsky scandal in new album

Entertainment | Heather Smith

‘Tell Beyonce that Miley Cyrus has the raunch title pretty much taken’

How Hillary Clinton sicced the FBI on the White House travel office

Opinion | Marinka Peschmann
Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton. Photo: Getty Images

Ruthless partisan attacks were a hallmark of the Clinton White House — and now Obama’s too.