Rep. Anthony Weiner
Weiner apologized and announced his decision Thursday at a news conference in Brooklyn.
House Democrats were said to be moving forward with plans to diminish Congressman Anthony Weiner’s role in Congress through discussions to remove the disgraced lawmaker from his post on the Energy and Commerce Committee.
On the day his wife returned from overseas, a porn star came forward to say Congressman Anthony Weiner asked her to lie about their steamy exchanges.
Abedin had been traveling overseas with her boss Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. The question is now: does her return mean the defiant House member’s resignation may be imminent?
The official hint that Congressman Anthony Weiner may quit came on Tuesday. And there were suggestions that there’s more President Barack Obama can do to help ease him out.
How’d you like to play with your Weiner all day long? At least one company thinks you might want to.
The House Ethics Committee staff has initiated a preliminary inquiry into Rep. Anthony Weiner’s sexually charged online relationships with several women.
Weiner — through a spokeswoman — has acknowledged he had online contact with a 17-year-old girl in Delaware but said the communications were “neither explicit nor indecent.”
The shocking revelations in his Twitter sex scandal keep coming and so do calls for Rep. Anthony Weiner to resign.
The mayor’s answer came in response to a question posed by a reporter Thursday. Bloomberg added that it was “time to get back to work and focus on what’s really important to the country.”
New York Rep. Anthony Weiner said in a statement that he sent explicit photos of himself. His office made the statement Wednesday as an X-rated photo that he purportedly took of himself turned up on the Internet.
The New York Times — citing “three people with knowledge of the situation” — reported that Weiner and Abedin are expecting their first child and that Abedin is in the “early stages of pregnancy.” ”
Stunning and certainly unanticipated fallout emerged Wednesday from the so-called “Weinergate” scandal. A major Hollywood star now sees it as an opportunity to jump into the 2013 New York City mayoral race.
Congressman Anthony Weiner’s district encompasses a huge part of Brooklyn and Queens. CBS 2’s Pablo Guzman went to each borough on Tuesday and found voters are not happy about the “Weiner-gate” scandal.
The Forest Hills section of Queens has been a staunch supporter of Rep. Anthony Weiner, but now it appears that support is crumbling. That’s because the six-term congressman admitted Monday to posting lewd photos on Twitter.