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Anthony Weiner raises a finger to say goodbye to the press. CNN's Jeanne Moos bids farewell to Weiner and Eliot Spitzer.
"Inside Edition's" Jim Moret talks about his interview with Sydney Leathers, the woman who 'sexted' with Anthony Weiner.
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Comics flock to mock Anthony Weiner's sexting woes. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the Weiner roast.
Anthony Weiner's wife, Huma Abedin, speaks for the first time about the scandal that forced him to resign from Congress.
(CNN) - Anthony Weiner may be giving up his seat in Congress, but he will still retain a substantial war chest of campaign contributions, which experts say he is not required to return.
His latest Federal Election Commission filing, for the end of March, showed $365,670 cash on hand in his Congressional account. In addition, his New York City filing, as a candidate for mayor in 2013, showed he was leading the field with just over $4,515,756 cash on hand as of the end of last year.FULL STORY
Washington (CNN) – If Anthony Weiner does some day want to make a political comeback, he will certainly have the cash to do it. The New York City Campaign Finance Board database shows that he has $4.5 million in cash for what was supposed to be his 2013 race for New York mayor. Until the scandal, he was widely seen as the front-runner.
A former porn star says Anthony Weiner advised her to lie about their online communications. CNN's Mary Snow reports.