As former U.S. Sen. Al Franken steps back into the spotlight this week to repair his image, a ninth woman has accused him of sexual misconduct.
An hour long hearing Tuesday brought more than a century of constitutional law to bear in Minnesota, with a judge set to decide whether Michelle Fischbach can simultaneously hold the offices of state Senator and Lt. Governor.
Former Minnesota Lt. Gov. Tina Smith will join the U.S. Senate on Wednesday, filling the seat vacated by the resignation of Sen. Al Franken.
Senator Amy Klobuchar weighed in on who she thinks should replace Senator Al Franken for the first time on Sunday, and though she didn't name anyone specifically she did say the change needs to happen sooner rather than later.
It's been a rapid fall for Senator Al Franken and while the focus is now on the scandal at hand, his legacy is also up for debate. But what exactly that legacy is remains an open question.
In a speech delivered from the floor of the United States Senate, Minnesota Sen. Al Franken announced Thursday he will resign in the coming weeks amid multiple allegations of sexual misconduct.
In a speech delivered on the Senate floor Thursday, Minnesota Sen. Al Franken announced he will resign amid allegations of sexual misconduct.
Should Sen. Al Franken resign? We asked his constituents--Minnesotans from all walks of life. This is what they said.
At least 11 Democratic women in the U.S. Senate are calling on Sen. Al Franken of Minnesota to resign after the latest allegation of sexual misconduct was published Wednesday morning.
Political expert David Schultz talks next steps if Sen. Al Franken were to step down after a deluge of sexual misconduct allegations.
At least 11 Democratic women in the U.S. Senate, and several of their male colleagues, are calling on Sen. Al Franken of Minnesota to resign after the latest allegation of sexual misconduct was published Wednesday morning.
Sen. Al Franken returned to work at the United States Capitol Monday where he spoke publicly for the first time regarding the allegations of sexual misconduct against him.
Sen. Al Franken addressed the media at his first day back to work at the United States Capitol amid sexual misconduct allegations.
Minnesota Sen. Al Franken said he feels "embarrassed and ashamed" amid allegations that he groped several women, but said he looks forward to returning to work on Monday and gradually regaining voters' trust.
Two more women have accused Senator Al Franken of groping them.
A second woman has accused Senator Al Franken of sexual misconduct, alleging that he inappropriately touched her at the MN State Fair in 2010.
In the wake of sexual harassment claims regarding two Minnesota lawmakers at the State Capitol, Minnesota politicians are reacting to the allegations of sexual harassment against Senator Al Franken.
Leeann Tweeden, morning news anchor on TalkRadio 790 KABC in Los Angeles, says she was “kissed and groped” by Sen. Al Franken during a USO Tour trip to the Middle East in December 2006. Tweeden shared her story in a 1,200 word article for KABC.com.
Leeann Tweeden, morning news anchor on TalkRadio 790 KABC in Los Angeles, says she was “kissed and groped” by Sen. Al Franken during a USO Tour trip to the Middle East in December 2006.