Sen. Al Franken is set to return to work on Monday for the first time since facing sexual harassment allegations. Franken has said he is 'embarrassed and ashamed' by his actions. The panel discusses.
When the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's employees show up for work today, they'll have two different people claiming to be in charge.
The Senate is set to debate tax cuts this week, a plan that would increase the national debt and give more money to the country's wealthiest. Why would Republicans favor it? The panel discusses.