Carol Eisenberg
Carol Eisenberg, senior editor, has spent 30 years as a reporter and editor, covering homeland security, religion and health policy, among other beats, at Newsday. She was part of two Pulitzer Prize-winning teams at Newsday and is a former Nieman fellow at Harvard University. She also worked at the Rochester (N.Y.) Times-Union and the Ithaca (N.Y.) Journal. She is a graduate of Cornell University where she majored in history.

Recent posts by Carol Eisenberg:

Before John Edwards came clean to the rest of the world about fathering an out-of-wedlock child, he made a special visit to see Rachel Lowe Lambert Lloyd Mellon.

The decision by the Washington Post to publish stories produced by a news startup founded and funded by billionaire Peter G. Peterson has stirred criticism.

Avatar’s astonishing cinematography is the result of a collaboration between two geeks – James Cameron and Vince Pace.

President Obama has nominated a conservative Republican lawyer who has made her name challenging affirmative action policies to the board of the Legal Services Corporation.

Sen. Joe Lieberman now controls the fate of President Obama’s most important domestic policy promise.

A public relations firm with Republican ties is representing a former AmeriCorps inspector general fired by the Obama administration.

When Barack and Michelle Obama entertain 300 guests on the South Lawn tonight, one of the hottest names will be that of the guest chef.

Chalk up another tragic ending connected to Bernard Madoff’s con - and another door likely nailed shut for investigators.

Indications are that the gay rights movement is on the threshold of major gains.

Muckety’s list of 50 of the most influential gay movers and shakers in the country.

Give Rick Scott this much: He may have reinvented himself shamelessly, but he’s done it in full public view.

A scion of one of the nation’s bluest, blue-blood families has been selected to sell off Bernard Madoff’s Upper Eastside penthouse.

At what point does a client become so radioactive that no amount of money warrants continuing the relationship?

John H. Durham, appointed last week to investigate allegations of CIA abuse of detainees, is no one’s shill.

Ruth Madoff may never be prosecuted in connection with her husband’s decades-long Ponzi scheme, but her days living “a life of splendor” could be over.

Robert S. Bennett is investigating former Washington Mayor Marion Barry on possible ethical violations.

John Harris, a former chief of staff to ousted Gov. Rod Blagojevich, pleaded guilty Wednesday to taking part in a scheme to sell or trade President Barack Obama’s Senate seat, according to the Associated Press.

A man who was one of former Senator John Edwards’s closest aides has a deal to write a tell-all book about Edwards’ affair with Rielle Hunter.

The latest revelations about Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.’s campaign organization funneling hundreds of thousands of dollars to his wife come at a delicate time for the veteran congressman.

J. Ezra Merkin, the financier who was a major feeder to Bernard L. Madoff’s Ponzi scheme, stepped down Wednesday night as an officer of the Fifth Avenue Synagogue, the New York Times reports. He declined a nomination to be chairman.

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