LOOK WHO'S TALKING: Rielle Hunter broke her silence with an interview and photo spread in GQ magazine. If her goal was to get people talking about her, she succeeded with the come hither pose on her child's bed and subtle digs at Elizabeth Edwards and Andrew Young.
WHOLE TRUTH: Americans for Prosperity got dinged on an ad it's running in the state about health care reform. Two independent, nonpartisan factcheckers said the ad was completely false and was slinging misinformation about what the Democratic proposals would do. The libertarian group disputes those findings and the ad kept running.
CLOSING ARGUMENT: Gov. Bev Perdue and a group of top state education leaders were grilled by the federal panel that will decide how to dole out billions in federal education dollars.
IN OTHER NEWS: Cal Cunningham and Ken Lewis are gaining ground on Elaine Marshall in a new poll on the Democratic primary for U.S. Senate. U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan said it's time for a confirmation vote on two N.C. judges who were nominated to the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals. John Locke Foundation president John Hood got a shout-out on Rush Limbaugh's show.d