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The sexting Democrat is giving up his congressional seat, though some still insist that Weiner could have held on
News outlets have shelled out thousands of dollars in "licensing fees" for racy Weiner pics, provoking terse admonitions from media critics
The Washington Post's E.J. Dionne says America has conclusively begun to rot with "Weinergate." Others peg earlier events as our point of no return
Politicians have a knack for crushing their careers by dallying in sex, lies, and, in some cases, videotape
In a tearful press conference Monday, the New York Democrat admits that he lied about sending an underwear photo on Twitter, and cops to a number of other online infidelities
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