A detailed review by a team of Buzz Feed News reporters of more than 2,000 pages of pleadings, depositions, affidavits, police reports, flight logs, and other documents filed in state and federal court found that many of the most provocative allegations about Clinton have little to no factual foundation and are exaggerated at best; that the documents — which appear to be the source for nearly all current reporting on this subject — themselves never suggest that Clinton was doing more than using his wealthy friend as a kind of global taxi service; and that many of the most lurid insinuations have been floated without any visible support from verifiable information.
While it's still possible that some Rosetta stone of Clintonian depravity will surface from a pair of ongoing lawsuits involving Epstein, the fact that nothing even close to that has been dug up over the course of a half-dozen years of heated litigation should not be encouraging for Republican operatives and other Clinton critics hotly anticipating the very worst.
This study conducts two experiments to examine contradictory deceptive behavior in online dating.
I summarize Epstein’s findings, including how online dating presents situations in which the dater may create an “ideal” versus real self and why.
I suggest that the phenomenon of constructing an ideal self online coincides with William S.
 In July 2005, People's Truth Forum was featured in conservative blogs over the issue of CBS refusing to run paid advertisements for PTF's "Anti-Terror Conference".
Over roughly the past month, coverage of Bill Clinton's travels with financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein have made their way from a thick stack of court documents into something approaching political mythology, propelled by a string of innuendo-laced reports hinting that the former president must have been in some way complicit when he voyaged with a billionaire known for preying on underage girls.
After a few minutes, a woman came to my table, sat down and said with big smile, "Hi, I'm Chris!