Here’s the latest edition of Some Stories You Won't Find on any other Sunday show:
Written… Not Read
Jayson Blair (search), the disgraced former New York Times reporter who fabricated news stories, has been making the interview rounds talking about his new book, "Burning Down My Master's House."
Blair received a big advance and the publisher printed 250,000 copies of the book. But so far there's not much interest. Total sales: about 2,000 books.
Labor's Love Lost
Speaking of Blairs, British Prime Minister Tony Blair has banned Labor Party officials from attending this summer's Democratic Convention in Boston. Traditionally about 10 party leaders attend the event because of close ties between Labor and the Democrats.
Blair's move is seen as an attempt to avoid offending President Bush.