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Worse Than Weiner? Some Delinquent Lawmakers Kept Their Jobs
Anthony Weiner Resignation Puts Scrutiny on When Party Leaders Call on Peers to Step Down
Anthony Weiner to Seek Professional Treatment, Requests Leave of Absence
Rep. Anthony Weiner is requesting a short leave absence from his congressional duties as he seeks professional treatment "to make himself well," his spokeswoman said today. Weiner's announcement came as one after another, top Democrats -- including House minority leader Nancy Pelosi and the chairs
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
Tea Party Takes Power: Meet 10 New Lawmakers in Washington
A new class of freshman lawmakers has arrived in Washington to assume the reigns of power, with plenty of goals for the new year. Many of the new legislators come to the Capitol backed by the support of the Tea Party. This week, ABC's Diane Sawyer will sit down with 10 of the incoming Republicans
Blue Dawn: On Dismal Night for Incumbents, Democrats Glimpse Template
Here in this awful year for incumbents, with Democrats seriously concerned and Republicans seriously optimistic, the party in power walked away from the biggest voting day short of November no worse for the wear -- and maybe even better off than before.
The Note's Must-Reads for Wednesday, May 19, 2010
The Note's Must-Reads are a round-up of today's political headlines and stories from ABC News and the top U.S. newspapers. Posted Monday through Friday right here at www.abcnews.com Compiled by ABC News’ JAYCE HENDERSON, KRISTEN RED-HORSE, CARRIE HALPERIN and GEORGIA...
Souder Resigns Amid Affair With Staffer
Congressman Mark Souder (R-IN) resigns after having an affair with staffer.
Mark Souder to Resign Amid Affair with Staffer
Indiana Republican Congressman Mark Souder, a staunch family values conservative who was elected as part of the Republican Revolution of 1994, has told colleagues that he is resigning his seat in the U.S. House of Representatives amid an affair with a part-time member of his staff.
Incumbents Attract Late Primary Donations from Special Interest Groups
Candidates Facing Tough Re-election Bids 'Eespecially Grateful' for Last-Minute Boost
Tea Testing: Establishment on the Line -- But Still Firmly So
Against a hectic news backdrop, with fast-moving developments in New York and slow-moving ones off the Gulf Coast, primary season gets rolling on Tuesday with voting in Ohio, Indiana and North Carolina. As you allow yourself some nostalgia for days like this in 2008 ... this primary day marks the