Democratic Senator Franken to address calls to resign
Thursday, 7 December 2017 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Senator Al Franken, facing pressure from his fellow Democrats to step down following allegations of sexual misconduct, will announce his decision on Thursday.
According to a report by NBC news on Thursday, Democratic Senator Al Franken is expected to announce that he will resign from his position at the end of the year, following a string of allegations of sexual misconduct and growing pressure from fellow lawmakers to step down. The expected announcement...
On Friday, Democratic Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon called on FCC chairman Ajit Pai to recuse himself from an investigation involving a prison phone company. The company in question, Securus - an inmate.. Source: Wochit -
Despite Trump’s proclamation of there still being NO collusion, Democratic Senator, Richard Blumenthal told CNN that if Robert Mueller chooses to...he could indict the President... Veuer's Chandra.. Source: Veuer -
Senator Rand Paul sent a letter to CIA director-nominee Gina Haspel. He asked the Central Intelligence Agency whether it spied on Donald Trump Paul wanted to know if the agency monitored Trump during.. Source: Wochit News -
Senate Intelligence Committee said on Tuesday he would support President Donald Trump’s nominee to be CIA director, Gina Haspel, all but ensuring her confirmation as the first woman to lead the spy.. Source: Wochit News -
On Sunday, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders said that it is beyond his "comprehension" that Donald Trump's White House has not apologized in the wake of reports that a staffer mocked the health of GOP.. Source: Wochit News -
Defective air bags from Takata are responsible for 278 injures across the US.
The recent figures were complied by Democratic Senator Bill Nelson's office.
The Florida senator has been part of an.. Source: Wochit -
(Reuters) - Takata Corp’s defective air bags have been linked to 278 injuries across the United States, according to updated figures released by U.S. Democratic Senator Bill Nelson of Florida, in.. Source: Wochit -