Al Franken

Former Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) has been accused of sexual misconduct by another woman in New York magazine.
The anonymous accuser told New York magazine she was "deeply, deeply uncomfortable" with Franken's behavior.
The former Minnesota senator has a new public platform, continuing the pattern of accused serial sexual predators getting career comebacks.
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"We're a country that believes in second chances," the Democratic presidential candidate said.
Franken’s resignation came after many women had accused him of misconduct. All the allegations involved unwanted touches or attempted kisses.
The presidential hopeful said she's very much over "blaming a woman for the actions of a man" in the wake of a New Yorker article on the former senator.
The New Yorker's Jane Mayer investigated the allegation that unleashed seven other claims against the former senator -- and finds it doesn't check out.
The New York senator expressed no regrets for making clear "we value women."
The former senator has been gradually returning to public life after he resigned over sexual misconduct allegations from eight women.
The 2020 Democratic candidate has faced fury from progressives, who blame her for Franken’s downfall amid sexual misconduct accusations.
The "Veep" star and supporter of Christine Blasey Ford clarified for Time that her “default position is to believe victims.”
Susie Buell Tompkins decried Gillibrand's push for Franken to quit the Senate. But Harris also called for him to resign.
Democratic Party donors are furious at her for holding her male colleague accountable. Their anger is misplaced.
But she's hitting back, saying if Democratic donor George Soros is truly mad at her, "that's on him."
He also said he missed his old job in his first interview since leaving the Senate.
"He’s my brother, so it’s hard. I may not have a very clear perspective on it, but I’m trying to.”
The public defense of NBC's Tom Brokaw derails a much-needed conversation about sexual harassment and sends a dangerous message to employees.
Lindsey Port accused another man of harassment. But fellow Democrats say she "softened the ground" for Franken's resignation.
"He just wasn't entitled to my silence any longer," the New York senator says of her response to the sexual misconduct allegations her fellow Democrat faced.