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The Latest: Franken steps down, takes shot at Trump
Sen. Al Franken has reluctantly announced he's resigning from Congress, succumbing to a torrent of sexual harassment allegations
Who is on the short list to replace Al Franken in the Senate
Minnesota Senator Al Franken announced Thursday that he would resign from the Senate in the coming weeks, during a speech on the Senate floor. "This decision is not about me, it's about the people of Minnesota," Franken said. "It has become clear that I can't both pursue the Ethics Committee
Al Franken to resign from Senate
A chorus of Franken's colleagues called for his resignation Wednesday amid sexual harassment allegations.
As Franken's support collapses, Democrats expect resignation
Minnesota Sen. Al Franken appears on the verge of resigning after fellow Democrats led by female senators abandoned him over mounting allegations of sexual misconduct
Lawmakers back bill to combat 'revenge porn'
A bipartisan group of lawmakers is introducing a bill to combat online sexual exploitation as allegations of inappropriate sexual behavior stack up against prominent members of Congress
Capitol Hill reacts to the Al Franken allegations
Reaction from both parties continues to pour in after a female radio host claimed that Al Franken , now Minnesota’s junior Democratic senator, made a lewd gesture while she was sleeping aboard a military plane on her way home from a USO tour several years ago. The host, Leeann Tweeden also claimed
Senate passes mandatory sexual harassment training
Just before the Senate adjourned for the Veterans Day holiday weekend Thursday, the upper chamber passed a resolution mandating that sexual harassment training will be mandatory for senators, staff, and interns of the Senate. “Making harassment training mandatory in the Senate sends a clear
Facebook, Twitter, Google testify on Russian election interference
Senators pressed top officials from Facebook, Google and Twitter for answers Tuesday about the steps the social media companies have taken to address Russian use of social media to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election . “This is the national security challenge of the 21st century,” said
Senators push bill to prevent Russian-linked election ads online
Responding to growing revelations about the scale of the Russian effort to influence the 2016 presidential election over social media, a pair of Senate Democrats introduced a bill Thursday to force Facebook and other social media companies to disclose more details about political ads on their
Senators unveil bill to regulate online political ads
Sens. Mark Warner and Amy Klobuchar hope to curb Russian meddling in U.S. elections with legislation.