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Al Franken on Trump’s “Shallowness” and What He Would Have Asked Amy Coney Barrett

The former senator says that Trump is going to lose the upcoming election because of the pandemic: "He's lost the support of older racists."

Al Franken, Rep. Jerry Nadler Headline Live-Streamed Seder

New York's City Winery has gathered a star-studded lineup of comedians, musicians, entertainers and one politician for its annual DownTown Seder celebration.

Al Franken on Returning to Radio After Facing #MeToo Allegations: “I’m Not That Guy”

Al Franken stopped by 'Conan' on Thursday where he discussed his new weekly radio show on SiriusXM and stepping back into the public eye.

Al Franken Returns With Weekly SiriusXM Radio Show

Al Franken, who resigned his U.S. Senate seat in 2017 amid sexual misconduct charges, will re-emerge into the public sphere Saturday when he starts a new weekly radio show on the SiriusXM satellite…

Al Franken Testing Public Speaking Comeback With UTA

UTA is representing former senator Al Franken as a public speaker.

Al Franken Reflects on Misconduct Allegations: “I Will Continue to Listen and Learn”

In a Facebook post written on Thanksgiving, former U.S. Senator Al Franken reflected on the sexual misconduct allegations he faced last year that resulted in his resignation.

Trump Mocks Al Franken for Resigning From Senate After Misconduct Claims

Two days after President Donald Trump drew criticism from lawmakers in his own party for making fun of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford at a rally, he went after former Minnesota lawmaker Al Franken for…

Sarah Silverman “Horrified” by 2007 Blackface Sketch

The comedian also discusses her friendships with Louis C.K., Aziz Ansari and Al Franken, who've all been accused of sexual misconduct, in a profile for GQ.

Doug Jones, Al Franken Replacement Tina Smith Sworn Into Senate

The arrival of the Alabama Democrat, who beat out Roy Moore in a high-profile special election, narrows the Republican majority to 51-49.

Al Franken Says He’s Not Giving Up Voice Despite Leaving Senate

The comedian turned senator addressed and thanked supporters in Minneapolis Thursday night as his eight years in the Congress are set to come to an end.

Minnesota Lt. Gov. Tina Smith Named to Fill Al Franken’s Senate Seat

While Franken, who announced last week that he'd resign "in the coming weeks," hasn't set a departure date yet, Smith indicated it would be in early January.