Al Franken

Actress Meryl Streep (L) and the director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, Ai-jen Poo, at the 75th Golden Globe Awards.

Millions say #MeToo. But not everyone is heard equally.

How the media covers #MeToo.

Millions say #MeToo. But not everyone is heard equally.
People take part in the 69th Annual Columbus Day Parade in New York in 2013.

More and more cities are saying goodbye, Columbus

More and more cities are saying goodbye, Columbus

The Death of American Liberalism?

The Death of American Liberalism?
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Franken Wins Minnesota Senate Race. Finally.

Franken Wins Minnesota Senate Race. Finally.
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Mr. Franken Goes to Washington

Mr. Franken Goes to Washington
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Al Franken and Norm Coleman Face Off in Minnesota

Al Franken and Norm Coleman face off today in Minnesota Supreme Court as oral arguments start for the selection of junior senator in the land of ten thousand lakes. Minnesota Public Radio's Tom Scheck visits to tell us more.

Al Franken and Norm Coleman Face Off in Minnesota
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Franken wins? Not so fast.

It ain't over till it's over. A day before the 111th Congress convenes, Republican senators are claiming that they will block any attempts to seat Democrat Al Franken, who currently holds a slim lead over Republican incumbent Norm Coleman.

Franken wins? Not so fast.
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Two votes separate candidates in Minnesota senate race

The disputed Minnesota Senate race is now closer that it's ever been. Tom Scheck, a reporter with Minnesota Public Radio, joins The Takeaway with the latest.

Two votes separate candidates in Minnesota senate race
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Minnesota: the race that wouldn't end

The punishing recount between Republican incumbent Norm Coleman and Democratic challenger Al Franken was supposed to end today, but 130 lost ballots in Minneapolis that could sway the outcome must be found first.

Minnesota: the race that wouldn't end
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Minnesota's Senate race has no immediate end in sight

The Takeaway talks to Tom Scheck of Minnesota Public Radio as the 2008 manual re-count (for the Coleman - Franken election) of more than 2.9 million votes heads into its final days.

Minnesota's Senate race has no immediate end in sight
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AP calls Minnesota Senate race: Norm Coleman (R) defeats Al Franken (D)

AP calls Minnesota Senate race: Norm Coleman (R) defeats Al Franken (D)
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Al Franken and Norm Coleman campaign for Minnesota Senate seat

Minnesota's Senate race, between Republican incumbent Norm Coleman and challenger Democrat Al Franken, is heating up. While they battle it out, there isn't much doubt that the Independence Party's Dean Barkley will act as a spoiler.

Al Franken and Norm Coleman campaign for Minnesota Senate seat