Less than a month after Al Franken was accused of groping a woman, the U.S. senator from Minnesota resigned from his seat under pressure from his Democratic colleagues. Two months have passed since Rep. Keith Ellison, also a Democrat from Minnesota, was accused of assaulting a woman. He is still deputy chairman of the…
Looks like Sen. Al Franken’s days are numbered after another woman came out saying that she was sexually assaulted by the onetime-comedian-turned-lawmaker.
Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) is just the latest high-powered man to be accused of sexual harassment, and on Tuesday the former female staffers of Saturday Night Live issued a statement showing support for the senator.
A Los Angeles woman accused Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) of sexual misconduct while the two were on a USO tour to entertain American troops nearly 11 years ago. The woman, Leeann Tweeden, a Los Angeles radio news anchor and occasional Fox News contributor, says that she kept quiet about the incident for so long because…
Another day, another opportunity to perjure your damn self.
Two Democratic senators made three separate requests asking the FBI to investigate U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions in response to concerns that he may have had an additional meeting with Russian ambassador to the U.S. Sergey Kislyak that was not disclosed.
Admittedly, I watch congressional hearings even when I’m not covering them. I also watch Supreme Court confirmation hearings, but not because I believe anything will change because of them. It’s like watching professional wrestling: We all know the fights are scripted, but it doesn’t stop us from cheering for a winner.