A report on John Edwards

Official Senate portrait
Edwards and his parents stand in front of his childhood home in 2007
Senator Edwards on Meet the Press
Edwards on the campaign trail in 2004
John Edwards campaigning in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on Labor Day in 2007
John Edwards with Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne, and Peter Coyote at a campaign event in Manchester, New Hampshire
At the Musicians' Village in New Orleans, Edwards announced the suspension of his campaign.
Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins appear alongside Edwards at a presidential campaign rally in 2008

American lawyer and former politician who served as a U.S. senator from North Carolina.

- John Edwards
Official Senate portrait

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National Enquirer

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American tabloid newspaper.

American tabloid newspaper.

In August 2008, in an interview with ABC News, former Presidential candidate John Edwards admitted to having an extramarital affair with Rielle Hunter but denied fathering her child.

Broughton High School (North Carolina)

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One of thirty-two high schools in the Wake County Public School System.

One of thirty-two high schools in the Wake County Public School System.

Broughton is serviced by the adjacent Wade Edwards Learning Lab (WELL), a program established by former Senator John Edwards that provides after-school access to computers.

2008 South Carolina Democratic presidential primary

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The 2008 South Carolina Democratic presidential primary took place on January 26, 2008.

The 2008 South Carolina Democratic presidential primary took place on January 26, 2008.

Presidential candidate Barack Obama addresses supporters the night before South Carolina's primary

Former North Carolina Senator John Edwards

Lauch Faircloth

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American politician who served one term as a Republican U.S. Senator from North Carolina.

American politician who served one term as a Republican U.S. Senator from North Carolina.

Faircloth along with Senators Bob Dole, Jesse Helms, and Strom Thurmond show their enthusiasm for the Carolinas' new football team -- The Carolina Panthers

Campaigning for reelection in 1998, Faircloth lost to Democrat John Edwards.

Pool suction-drain injury

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Pool suction drain injury, also known as suction entrapment, occurs when the drain of a wading pool, swimming pool, or hot tub suck in a swimmer's jewelry, torso, limbs, hair or buttocks.

Pool suction drain injury, also known as suction entrapment, occurs when the drain of a wading pool, swimming pool, or hot tub suck in a swimmer's jewelry, torso, limbs, hair or buttocks.

Valerie Lakey. 1993, North Carolina. She received a $25 million settlement. It was a landmark case of lawyer (later Senator) John Edwards.

The Daily Show

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American late-night talk and satirical news television program.

American late-night talk and satirical news television program.

Former correspondents John Oliver and Wyatt Cenac at the launch of Earth (The Book): A Visitor's Guide to the Human Race
Outside of the Daily Show studio, pictured in 2007, during Stewart's tenure
The sign over the entryway of the current Daily Show studio
Outside of the Daily Show studio, pictured in 2019, during Noah's tenure
Jon Stewart (right) hosting an episode of The Daily Show in 2010 with Admiral Michael Mullen
Logo used for Stewart's tenure
Barack Obama made his final appearance on the show with Jon Stewart as host on July 21, 2015
Trevor Noah has been the show's moderator since 2015
Trevor Noah hosting an episode of The Daily Show in 2022.

On September 15, 2003, Senator John Edwards became the first candidate to announce that they were running for president on the show, causing Jon Stewart to jokingly inform him that their show was "fake" and he might have to reannounce elsewhere.

Seneca, South Carolina

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City in Oconee County, South Carolina, United States.

City in Oconee County, South Carolina, United States.

Welcome sign
Old Cotton Warehouse. The right hand section of the warehouse burned in April 2008 and has been torn down.
Westpoint Stevens Plant, January 2008. Demolition of the mill began in the spring of 2008.

John Edwards, former U.S. Senator from North Carolina (1999-2005), and 2004 Democratic nominee for Vice President under John Kerry; candidate for president in 2008

Official portrait, c. 1989–1993

Jack Kemp

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American politician and a professional gridiron football player.

American politician and a professional gridiron football player.

Official portrait, c. 1989–1993
Kemp in 1961
Congressional Portrait Collection image (c. 1975)
Kemp with President Ronald Reagan in 1983
Kemp as he leaves a meet-the-candidates rally for 1988 Republican presidential candidates in County Stadium in Union, South Carolina, on October 3, 1987. William Daroff is standing directly behind Kemp's left shoulder.
HUD Secretary Kemp with Sybil Mobley, a Florida A&M University Dean.
Bob Dole and Kemp were featured on the cover of Time, but were nearly displaced by a story about Mars (inset on cover)
Kemp with Sue Myrick, Phil English and Mike Turner (c. May 2004)
Kemp, Adrian Fenty, and Eleanor Holmes Norton at DC Vote rally on Capitol Hill
Kemp with then-United States Senator Barack Obama at the Public Internet Channel launch at the National Press Club in 2006.
Kemp in 2007
Kemp speaks at the National Press Club in 2006.

In 2006 Kemp, along with 2004 vice-presidential nominee John Edwards, co-chaired the Council on Foreign Relations task force on Russia, producing a document called "Russia's Wrong Direction: What the United States Can and Should Do".

Independence Party of Minnesota

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Political party in the U.S. state of Minnesota.

Political party in the U.S. state of Minnesota.

Independence Party of Minnesota's 2006 convention at Midway Stadium.

On March 5, 2004, the party announced that the presidential winner was John Edwards, who had privately circulated his decision to withdraw shortly before IP members voted.

D. G. Martin

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American retired lawyer, politician, and university administrator.

American retired lawyer, politician, and university administrator.

In 1998, he ran for the U.S. Senate, finishing second to John Edwards in the Democratic primary.