The government would have shut down midnight Friday.
The bill would push the shutdown deadline back to Dec. 22.
Harold Ford Jr., a former U.S. Rep. from Tennessee, was fired from Morgan Stanley over sexual misconduct allegations, but he denies them.
Franken said he's aware of the "irony" in the fact he's leaving but Trump and Moore, who have both been accused of sexual misconduct, are staying.
Franken made the announcement Thursday after an overwhelming number of Democrats asked for him to step down.
News outlets suggest they could be trying to take a "moral high ground."
This is the seventh woman who's come forward with a sexual misconduct accusation against Franken.
Republicans want a deadline extension, but Democrats want to figure out the budget - and a few other things - right away.
Members of the House and the Senate need to resolve one big issue to reconcile their versions of the tax bill - the Obamacare individual mandate.
Republican Sen. Bob Corker said he can't vote "yes" on legislation he believes could "deepen the debt burden on future generations."
Republicans announced earlier in the day they had the votes to pass their tax bill. Only Sen. Bob Corker is a "no" vote now.
The congressional nonpartisan Joint Committee on Taxation released its findings on the Senate tax plan as Senate Republicans were gathering votes.