A day after CBS avoided using the "Democrat" label for the scandal-plagued Jesse Jackson Jr., the network on Friday made sure to identify "Republican" Aaron Shock for a story on the resignation of the Congressman. Guest co-host Vladimir Duthiers informed, "The Republican compared himself to Abraham Lincoln in his farewell speech."
Former Illinois Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. left a federal prison in Alabama Thursday and arrived at a halfway house in East Baltimore. Mike Schuh has the latest on Jackson’s arrival.
The former Congressman will serve the rest of his sentence either in a halfway house or under home confinement
NBC and CBS on Thursday failed to label the scandal-tarred Jesse Jackson Jr. as a Democrat. Instead of identifying his political party, Today co-host Savannah Guthrie carefully explained, "And former congressman Jesse Jackson, Jr. left an Alabama prison this morning, accompanied by his family." She then noted that he would serve more time in a halfway house.
Today, former Illinois Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. is scheduled to leave an Alabama federal prison after serving time for misusing $750,000 in campaign funds for personal use.
The son of the Rev. Jesse Jackson will serve out the remainder of his sentence for misappropriating campaign funds for personal use at a halfway house in Washington, D.C.
Former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. has been released from prison after serving a year and a half for illegally spending campaign funds.
I really wanted to give former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., D-Stuffed Elk Heads, a break.
Jesse Jackson, Jr., who just turned 50 on March 11, is set to be released from a federal prison camp in Montgomery, Alabama much earlier than expected. While this seems to be good news, the former Illinois Democratic congressman is not gaining his freedom to go back home to Chicago to do as he pleases. Show More Summary
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A federal prison official declined Wednesday to say exactly where Jesse Jackson Jr. will reside once he is released this week from a minimum-security prison camp in Alabama, but he is expected to move to a halfway house.
Former US Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. will be released from federal prison tomorrow and will serve out the remainder of his term in a halfway house in Washington, DC, former US Rep. Patrick Kennedy says. Kennedy said he spoke with Jackson at the minimum security federal prison camp in Montgomery,...
Former congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. will be released from prison tomorrow, according to a report by the Associated Press, and will server the remainder of his term at a halfway house. [ more › ]
Former Illinois Representative Jesse Jackson Jr. is expected to be released from federal prison on Thursday and into a halfway house.
Former Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. will reportedly be released from federal prison on Thursday, where the son of civil rights leader has served 16 months of a 2 1 / 2 -year sentence for spending hundreds of thousands of dollars ofShow More Summary
(Reuters) - Former U.S. Representative Jesse Jackson Jr. is set to be released from prison on Thursday to a halfway house in Washington, D.C., after spending roughly half of his 30-month sentence behind bars, USA Today reported. Former U.S. Show More Summary
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. will be released from a federal prison on Thursday and will serve out the remainder of his term in a Washington, D.C., halfway house, former U.S. Rep. Patrick Kennedy told The...Show More Summary
Former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. will be released from a federal prison Thursday and will serve out the remainder of his term in a Washington, D.C., halfway house, former U.S. Rep. Patrick Kennedy told The Associated Press after visiting...Show More Summary
The news of Aaron Shock's resignation this week could be causing deja vu for Illinoisans, recalling similarities to the case of Jesse Jackson, Jr. WBEZ explains. [ more › ]
WASHINGTON — Jesse Jackson Jr. is out of Congress and in a prison camp, but he hasn't escaped the wrath of the Federal Election Commission.