Jun 20, 2011

Weiner Submits Official Resignation

Weiner Submits Official Resignation

Anthony Weiner has officially resigned in a letter to the New York State Department.

Jun 20, 2011

NY GOP: Weiner Should Return Funds

NY GOP: Weiner Should Return Funds

The New York GOP is demanding Rep. Anthony Weiner return all the campaign cash he is still holding, declaring that keeping the money sends the "wrong signal about his intentions and motivations."

Jun 18, 2011

Possible Contenders Surface for Weiner's Seat

Possible Contenders Surface for Weiner's Seat

It's likely Gov. Andrew Cuomo will wait until next week to call a special election for Rep. Anthony Weiner's seat, after the disgraced congressman formally submits his resignation.

Aug 2, 2011

What Happens to Weiner's Campaign Cash

What Happens to Weiner's Campaign Cash

Rep. Anthony Weiner had amassed more than $5.1 million for a potential New York City mayoral run in 2013, and now he has several options on what he can do with the cash.

Jun 17, 2011

Weiner Couldn't Withstand Pressure to Resign

Weiner Couldn't Withstand Pressure to Resign

Rep. Anthony Weiner, once a rising political star with his eye on City Hall, announced he was stepping down from Congress because his cyber-sexual scandal had become too much of a distraction, bowing to pressure...

Jun 16, 2011

Analysis: Weiner, Once A Rising Star, Comes Crashing Down

Analysis: Weiner, Once A Rising Star, Comes Crashing Down

Once, Anthony Weiner was considered a rising star in the Democratic Party. On Thursday, his career came crashing down, like a meteor in the night sky.

Jun 17, 2011

What Happens Now: Weiner's District

What Happens Now: Weiner's District

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has the power to call a special election to fill the U.S. congressional seat vacated by embattled Rep. Anthony Weiner, who announced his resignation Thursday after a cyber scandal.

Jun 16, 2011

Transcript of Weiner Announcing Resignation from Congress

Transcript of Weiner Announcing Resignation from Congress

A transcript of Anthony Weiner's statement resigning from Congress.

Jun 17, 2011
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By Sara Frazier

Reax to Anthony Weiner's Resignation

Constituents, elected officials and others react to Rep. See Full Gallery

Jun 17, 2011

Scandal Ends Weiner's 20 Years in Politics

Scandal Ends Weiner's 20 Years in Politics

Rep. Anthony Weiner was expected to announce his resignation on Thursday, 20 days after he mistakenly sent a lewd photo of his groin to a Twitter follower and 20 years after he first won elected office.

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