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Michael Flynn pleads guilty to lying to FBI
"The View" co-hosts discuss Flynn's plea.
'This Week' Transcript: 2011 Year in Review
A Look Back at the Tumultuous Year's Top Political and International Stories
This Year in Politics
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Rep. Anthony Weiner resigns in sexting scandal's 3rd week
Disgraced New York Rep. Anthony Weiner resigned his House seat Thursday, after a nearly three-week Internet sex scandal that has left his political career in tatters and Democrats on the defensive ahead of the 2012 elections. Weiner, 46, said he had hoped to continue representing his district, but
Worse Than Weiner? Some Delinquent Lawmakers Kept Their Jobs
Anthony Weiner Resignation Puts Scrutiny on When Party Leaders Call on Peers to Step Down
More Democrats Urge Weiner to Resign; Watchdog Sees Double Standard
A growing number of Democrats are joining several high-profile Republicans in calling for Rep. Anthony Weiner of New York to resign following his admission of risqué online exchanges and lying about them. Pennsylvania Rep. Allyson Schwartz, a top Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee
Can Rep. Anthony Weiner Survive? It's 'Iffy' Carville Says
Whether or not Rep. Anthony Weiner’s political career can survive this scandal depends on what else – if anything – comes out. “If the facts keep coming out more and more, and people start freaking out, he talked on the...
Rep. Weiner: Can He Survive Sexting Scandal?
George Stephanopoulos talks to James Carville about the congressman's situation.
Steny Hoyer: We Have To Raise The Debt Limit
The House Minority Whip says, not raising the debt limit is not "responsible."
Rep. Anthony Weiner's Sexting Scandal: Why Did He Do It?
Rep. Anthony Weiner's admission that he tweeted and Facebook-messaged inappropriate photos of himself to at least six women is the latest sexting scandal among politicians and public figures. From NFL quarterback Brett Favre to disgraced Rep. Christopher Lee, R-N.Y., Weiner had plenty of examples