Stormy Daniels was arrested over the weekend on a misdemeanor charge of domestic violence.
The former head of the Louisiana Film Commission is headed to the pokey after pleading guilty to accepting bribes.
Democrats are outraising Republicans in Congressional swing districts. Notes Real Clear Politics:
Perhaps the most obvious Republican district on Democrats' wish list is in New Orleans, where Joseph Cao gave the GOP one of its few bright spots of 2008 by defeating the ethically-challenged Bill Jefferson in a heavily Democratic district. Cao has raised more than $500,000 this year, however, and has proven his independence on the House floor.
A new production of A Streetcar Named Desire has opened in London, featuring Rachel Weisz as Blanche DuBois. Mixed reviews, but mostly positive.
Satan's Botoxed Handmaiden makes another high-profile hire for the Huffington Post. Notes Gawker:
The Huffington Post just hired another VIP's child, this one the son of White House senior adviser David Axelrod. Funny how a website famous for not paying bloggers finds room on the payroll for an undistinguished corps of rich kids.
The New Orleans Metropolitan Convention & Visitors Bureau has been cited for its innovative use of Twitter.
And speaking of Twitter: we got into a vigorous discussion last night about the merits (or lack thereof) of the White House press corps with ABC News' Jake Tapper.