Rep. Grimm Surrenders to Feds

New York Congressman Michael Grimm surrendered to federal authorities Monday after he was indicted for campaign-finance violations. The Staten Island Republican, who famously threatened to throw a reporter off the Capitol's balcony and “break him in half, like a boy,” faces charges of fraud, perjury, and obstruction of justice. Grimm's office released a defiant statement that “We are disappointed by the government's decision, but hardly surprised. From the beginning, the government has pursued a politically driven vendetta against Congressman Grimm and not an independent search for the truth.” His office made it clear that he has no intention to resign.