Jun 16, 2011
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By Sara Frazier

Weiner's Twitter Scandal

Rep. Anthony Weiner resigned 20 days after admitting he sent a photo of his groin... See Full Gallery

Jul 29, 2013

A Timeline of Weiner's Sexting Scandal

A Timeline of Weiner's Sexting Scandal

A timeline of Rep. Anthony Weiner's scandal, from the mistaken bulging underwear Tweet to his announcement that he is resigning from Congress.

Jun 16, 2011

VIDEO: Anthony Weiner's Resignation Statement

VIDEO: Anthony Weiner's Resignation Statement

Representative Anthony Weiner announces his resignation from Congress. *Warning: A heckler uses inappropriate language during this press conference.

Jun 16, 2011

Locals React to Weiner's Resignation

Locals React to Weiner's Resignation

After weeks of hearing about Anthony Weiner's indiscretions, his constituents share their thoughts on the announcement of his resignation.

Jun 16, 2011

Weiner Resigns, 20 Days After Tweet

Weiner Resigns, 20 Days After Tweet

Embattled Rep. Anthony Weiner has announced his resignation from Congress, 20 days after he misfired a photo of his enlarged groin onto Twitter, unraveling a scandal that eventually revealed a series of...

Jun 6, 2011

VIDEO: Weiner Confesses: "The Picture Was of Me and I Sent It"

VIDEO: Weiner Confesses: "The Picture Was of Me and I Sent It"

During a tearful news conference on Monday, Rep. Anthony Weiner apologized and said he is "deeply ashamed" for sending inappropriate text messages but said he does not plan to resign.

Oct 12, 2011

New Tell-All Book About "WeinerGate"

New Tell-All Book About  "WeinerGate"

A book penned by a woman who claims to have had online relationship with Anthony Weiner is soon to be released.

Jul 7, 2011

Dems Choose Weprin to Run for Weiner Seat

Dems Choose Weprin to Run for Weiner Seat

Democratic leaders have chosen a state Assemblyman from Queens as their candidate to replace Rep. Anthony Weiner, who resigned last month after a sexting scandal.

Jul 1, 2011

Sept. 13 Special Election Set for Weiner's Seat

Sept. 13 Special Election Set for Weiner's Seat

Sources tell NBC New York that Gov. Andrew Cuomo is likely to call a special election for Sept. 13 to fill the congressional seat of disgraced Rep. Anthony Weiner.

Jun 21, 2011

Sources: Sept. 13 Election Likely for Weiner Seat

Sources: Sept. 13 Election Likely for Weiner Seat

Sources tell NBC New York that Gov. Andrew Cuomo is likely to call a special election for Sept. 13 to fill the congressional seat of disgraced Rep. Anthony Weiner.

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