Voters Unsure Of Relevance Of Clinton's Marriage Drama In ElectionIt's fair game. It's ancient history. It's political. It's personal. Like it or not, the long-running drama of Hillary Clinton's marriage — her husband's infidelity and how she dealt with it — is back as a subtext in this year's presidential race.
4 Things To Know: Countering ISIS, Cheating Spouses & MoreThese are the four stories you need to know about from Tuesday, June 2. They include a surprising new study on cheating spouses, and the ills of helicopter parenting.
'U' Ranks #1 ... For Cheating On Your PartnerThe University of Minnesota is ranked first in the nation. Unfortunately, that ranking is not for academics, but for people cheating on their significant other. The claim comes from a new survey conducted by Ashley Madison, the website intended for those looking to find affairs or cheating partners.
Gingrich Struggles To Explain InfidelityNewt Gingrich was a guest of Chris Wallace's on Fox News over the weekend. Wallace pushed him on his explanation of his infidelity. Gingrich's response didn't seem to clarify matters much. Check out the video for yourself.