""For Rep. Bob Ney (R-Ohio), his relationship with former lobbyist Jack Abramoff may have been what first brought him to the attention of federal prosecutors, but it was two gambling trips to London in 2003 that proved to be the most damaging to his legal case. . . ."* tpmm:
"A source close to the investigation told TIME that scores of US prosecutors and FBI agents continue to examine the activities of other sitting members of Congress and prominent individuals who could face prosecution, though not necessarily before the November 7 election. The source confirmed previous public reports that particular scrutiny is being paid to Sen. Conrad Burns, a Montana Republican who faces a tough campaign for reelection."
* raw story:
"Billionaire speculator Soros says Democrats should subpoena the president"