If there's one thing I love as much as news, it's follow-ups to old news stories. The maddeningly fast news cycle monopoly we live in means so many things happen so quickly, that corrections or followups get buried on page 23. So anything we *do* get can be gold.
A fine example: Alexandra Polier, the intern accused of having an affair with John Kerry, speaks out against the media that accused her. (Courtesy Operative X.)