Some House Republicans will be in serious danger at the next elections.
Past lawmakers found guilty of felonies also kept their pensions.
Grimm will reportedly plead guilty to one count of felony tax evasion.
Indicted Rep. Michael Grimm (R-N.Y.) is fresh off a decisive reelection win.
The Staten Island Advance is begrudgingly endorsing the embattled congressman.
Despite being indicted earlier this year, polls show Grimm with a narrow lead.
The vulnerable Republican congressman is facing 20 criminal charges.
The embattled GOP rep. brought in a paltry $23,000 in June and just $75,000 for the quarter.
The N.Y. GOP congressman saw his fundraising plummet after he was indicted in April.
Panel will defer any action at the request of the Justice Department into indicted N.Y. rep.
Rep. Luke Messer (R-Ind.) is filling the spot vacated by Rep. Michael Grimm (R-N.Y.) on the House...
National Republican Congressional Committee may not give indicted lawmaker financial help.
"Ethics are not a political issue. Either you have them or you don't," he said.
Pelosi is turning the heat up on Speaker Boehner.
Grimm allegedly violated campaign finance laws during his 2010 campaign.
Rep. Michael Grimm leads challenger Domenic Recchia, 53-34 percent.
Despite Grimm's legal woes, the race remains close.
The embattled, indicted N.Y. GOP congressman is still leading by four points for reelection.
Democrats go on attack in New York and New Jersey, while GOP is on defense in Florida.
Grimm threatened to throw a reporter over a House balcony.
The resignation follows Rep. Michael Grimm's (R-N.Y.) indictment.
The embattled, indicted congressman still used his undercover name after leaving FBI.
The indicted lawmaker implied the charges against him are an "abuse of power."
The New York Republican did not attend Monday night votes after being indicted.