Reports: Sen. Al Franken Not Resigning; Faces New Accusation
'Vote Run Lead' Event Empowers Women To Run For OfficeThey want to teach women from dozens of states how to run for office at the local, state and federal levels.
Lawmakers Who Called Out Sexual Harassment At Capitol Defending FrankenTwo Minnesota legislators who say they have been victims of sexual harassment at the Minnesota State Capitol are defending Sen. Al Franken’s response to sexual harassment allegations and are not calling for his resignation.
Lawmakers, 'SNL' React To Accusations Against Sen. Al Franken In the last 24 hours, there’ve been new reactions to the sexual misconduct allegations against Sen. Al Franken.
Christian Conservatives Not Quitting On MooreAlabama's Christian conservatives see Roy Moore as their champion. He has battled federal judges and castigated liberals, big government, gun control, homosexuality, Muslims and anything else that doesn't fit the evangelical mold.
Franken Writes Letter To Woman Who Accused Him Of HarassmentSen. Al Franken has written a letter to the woman who accused him of forcibly kissing and groping her, saying he is ashamed of his actions and apologizes.
‘No More Silence’: Sexual Harassment Protest Held At CapitolDemonstrators took a stand against sexual harassment Friday at the Minnesota State Capitol.
Female Ex-Staffers Speak Out In Support Of FrankenIn all, 13 women have spoken up to say they neither experienced nor witnessed any inappropriate behavior.
Franken Cancels Book Festival Appearance After Sexual Harassment AllegationsSen. Al Franken has canceled an appearance at an Atlanta book festival following allegations of sexual harassment.
2 Gov. Candidates Call For Franken To Step DownFranken has apologized to Leeann Tweeden and said he would cooperate in an ethics investigation.
Franken's Past Sexual Humor Has Been Scrutinized BeforeLeeann Tweeden's accusation against Sen. Al Franken is not the first time he has been dogged by controversy.
MN Supreme Court Rules In Dayton's Favor Over Budget VetoThe ruling came down on Thursday amid a fierce legal battle between Dayton and the state's Republican legislature.