We now know who's behind John Edwards' implosion.For all of you scandal-mongers who followed John Edwards' affair and complete-and-utter fall from grace with baited breath, boy, have we got a doozy for you.It turns out the unnamed source close to Edwards' paramour Rielle Hunter who tipped off the ... More >>
These seven politicians surely have good excuses for their slurred speech and bizarre commentary. They'd probably say they're just fatigued from the road -- or too busy serving the people. Call us cynics, but we happen to think that they're drunk beyond belief after enjoying some of their own secret ... More >>
Gwen Ifill, a correspondent for PBS and host of "Washington Week," will moderate the Vice-Presidential debate between Delaware Senator Joe Biden and Alaska Governor Sarah Palin on October 2 at Washington University. Ifill is an old hand at this sort of thing: She moderated the 2004 debate between ... More >>
More than 400 people filled the Mad Art Gallery in Soulard Tuesday night to cheer on Illinois Senator and presidential candidate Barack Obama, as he took the Democratic nomination for president, ending a marathon primary season between he and Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-NY. The watch party – where a ... More >>
If you hew to the axioms that voters tend to punch their ballots where they place their money and that Missouri is the bellwether of the nation, then the next president of the United States will be…Mitt Romney. As of December 30, by the calculations of the Federal Election Commission, Romney had c ... More >>
Rush Hour 3 director Brett Ratner has been called a fauxteur, a womanizer and, worse, over budget. Why you should take him seriously anyway.
In his final term, Dick Gephardt goes AWOL
A loose-lipped former train conductor is looking to get his long-shot congressional bid on track
We get political with Kerry and Dean, feel the bite of a "Mad Dog" and discover something amazing about Prius ownership. Plus, confidential to Unreal readers: Parking downtown is easy!
We sit in on an Usher wank-fest, chat with Evanescence and watch the Dems pull out their magic stick
A St. Louis rocker is laying down the Democratic soundtrack. Is that a good idea?
We explore campaign theme songs, examine the death of Lollapalooza and get down verbally with Paul Oakenfold
Unreal chats with some lovely ladies and gets the scoop from Jay Farrar-endorsed candidate Mark Smith (who's perfectly lovely too); plus, Bill Haas gets a love letter and Unreal heads to court
Look for local knockout Katina Mitchell at the newsstand (and up on roofs); plus, we're feeling the Joe-mentum and want to see how John Edwards measures up, and Sanford-Brown coach John Campbell gets the kudos he deserves