Al Franken is set to make an announcement about his future in the midst of several women accusing the Minnesota senator of sexual misconduct.
At this point, even many of his democrat colleagues have called for him to step down. Despite reports he is planning to resign, Franken tweeted late Wednesday night he has not already made a decision and will address the situation Thursday.
Senator Franken is talking with his family at this time and plans to make an announcement in D.C. tomorrow. Any reports of a final decision are inaccurate.
— Sen. Al Franken (@SenFranken) December 6, 2017
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier has returned to Pittsburgh, the team announced Wednesday evening. He is receiving treatment at a UPMC hospital for a spine injury he sustained in the 1st quarter against the Bengals.
— Burt Lauten (@SteelersPRBurt) December 6, 2017
A video posted Wednesday of a morning commute through California wildfires looks like something straight out of the apocalypse.
The video shared to Twitter, is captioned “Not the typical morning commute…”
Astronaut Randy Bresnik shared a video on Twitter while taking the first couple of steps outside a space station.
Bengals safety George Iloka had his one-game suspension overturned on appeal Wednesday, leaving him with a $36,464.50 fine for his hit to Antonio Brown’s head on Monday night.
Iloka and Steelers receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster each got a one-game suspension from the NFL in the aftermath of Pittsburgh’s 23-20 win at Paul Brown Stadium. Iloka hit Brown in the head while trying to break up his game-tying touchdown catch.
Here's the George Iloka hit on Antonio Brown which was supposed to result in a 1-game suspension but after appeal has been overturned to just a fine: pic.twitter.com/k804P8ZCn7
— NFL Update (@MySportsUpdate) December 6, 2017