Franken Replacement Won’t Be Named MondayA replacement for U.S. Senator Al Franken won’t be named on Monday, according to WCCO’s Pat Kessler.
What Happens Now After Franken's Resignation?Franken's replacement will serve less than a year, until a special election in November 2018. The winner of the special election will serve out the last two years of Franken's term.
Franken Accuser 'Disappointed' By Resignation Speech"I just feel bad that this is our culture. I feel bad that we’ve allowed men to behave this way," Lindsay Menz said.
Klobuchar, Dayton, Others React To Franken's ResignationThe reaction to Sen. Al Franken's announcement that he would be stepping down in the coming weeks was swift.
As It Ends, Franken's Political Career Began In ControversyEven before Franken won DFL endorsement to challenge incumbent Sen. Norm Coleman, he was defending past comments regarding sexual insensitivity.
Sen. Franken Resigns Amid Multiple Harassment AllegationsOn Wednesday, a number of Democratic women in the U.S. Senate all called on Franken to resign.
Democrats Call For Franken To Step Down; Announcement Planned For ThursdaySeveral senators on Capitol Hill called Wednesday for Sen. Al Franken to resign following more allegations of sexual misconduct.
Relative: Rep. Conyers Won't Seek Re-Election Due To HealthIan Conyers told The New York Times that his great-uncle — the longest-serving current U.S. House member — "is not resigning."
Duke Rescinds Journalism Award Given To Charlie RoseDuke issued a statement saying it has no plans to rescind a separate honorary degree given to Rose in 2016.
Men Wonder If Hugging Women Crosses The LineThe sexual misconduct allegations that have brought down powerful men are sending a shiver through the workplace.
Sheryl Sandberg, Of Facebook, Warns Of Backlash Against Women"I have already heard the rumblings of a backlash: "This is why you shouldn't hire women." Actually, this is why you should."
Keillor's 'Prairie Home' Replacement Calls Allegations 'Heartbreaking'Chris Thile on Saturday addressed alleged improper conduct by Keillor in the opening minutes of the first show to be broadcast since news of the allegations broke.
Franken Accuser Regrets Not Slapping Him 'Across The Face'A veteran accusing Sen. Al Franken of touching her inappropriately is speaking out.
Former Conyers Staffer Says She Suffered Years Of Sexual HarassmentA woman who alleges she was fired because she rejected Detroit Rep. John Conyers' sexual advances broke a confidentiality agreement Thursday to tell NBC's "Today" show that the longest-serving member of the U.S. House subjected her to years of sexual harassment.
Another Woman Accuses Franken Of Sexual Misconduct As Investigation BeginsAn Army veteran said that Franken cupped her breast in December 2003, during a USO tour photo op.