"The messages were innocent at first. But after the young man moved home, he recalled, Foley started asking about "my roommates, if I ever saw them naked." Within months, the congressman was dangling a job offer, "because I was a hot boy," he said. Two years later, when he contacted Foley for advice on D.C. hotels, the congressman wrote back: "You could always stay at my place. I'm always here, I'm always lonely, and I'm always up for oral sex."
....Then, shortly before they left or soon afterward, he singled out certain boys to write to -- including four newly confirmed by The Washington Post... Some of the correspondence was brief and casual. But over months or years, if a boy seemed willing to go along, some conversations grew more sexual."
* CNNI *led* with an evoting story! NYT frontpaged the story the other day. ChigTrib too. Brad has the details, of course.
* if you didn't catch it over the weekend - make sure you read the Ellsberg interview where he says that Hastert received suitcases of Turkish heroin cash delivered to his home.