Trying to dispel the stigma of his son's bipolar diagnosis, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr. is reminding the press that other famous people suffered from depression too, like Martin Luther King, Jr. or Jesus Christ.
In what's shaping out to be a pretty dreadful year for Jesse Jackson's Jr., the Chicago congressman who has been on medical leave for bipolar disorder is now the subject of a criminal investigation for misusing campaign money to spruce up his house.
Democratic Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. has been gone for a month and nobody knows where he is or what's wrong with him. Here are four of the leading theories for his disappearance.
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