October 19, 2006 Former House Clerk Jeff Trandahl, who oversaw the congressional page program until late last year, testifies for more than four hours before a special House ethics panel looking into the Mark Foley scandal. The House panel also heard from House Majority Leader John Boehner.
October 10, 2006 It now appears there have been three Mark Foley landmines waiting to explode beneath the feet of congressional Republicans. The first two have detonated. But the third remains untouched: the fact that quite a few of the people who are essential to running the House are gay, and many of them are keeping it a secret.
October 10, 2006 Rep. Jim Kolbe confirms a Washington Post report that in 2000 or 2001, his staff notified House leaders of inappropriate contact between Rep. Mark Foley and underage pages. Meanwhile, a former page's lawyer acknowledges his client has been interviewed by the FBI.
October 6, 2006 Months ago, several major media outlets learned about troubling e-mails Rep. Mark Foley had sent to former pages — but they didn't feel they had enough information to go public with the story. Brian Ross of ABC News got the same information back in August — but he found a way to crack the scandal wide open.