In Washington the talk of the town this week will probably be Vanity Fair's look inside the tormented saga of Bill and Hillary Clinton's marriage. Gail Sheehy's 21-page report examines the psychological underpinnings of the First Couple's frequently anguished relationship. Among the highlights is a rare interview with Dorothy Rodham, Hillary's mom, who sheds light on the First Lady's seemingly superhuman stoicism: "She is a very sensitive person. But she is able not to overemotionalize it … She doesn't go into one of these horribly overwrought kinds of tizzies." Adds Mom: "That's one thing I never did, either." Sheehy reports that the post-Monica healing process is far from over, quoting a source close to the couple who says Hillary has yet to forgive Bill fully. Sheehy's verdict on the marriage: If everyone is addicted to something, as the President has said, "Hillary's addiction is Bill. He is her only rebellion, the one thing she can't logically explain."