The official says President Donald Trump will not travel to Alabama on Roy Moore's behalf, despite his public statements doubting the women accusing Moore of sexual assault.
By Hope Yen, Associated Press
But the president isn't calling on the controversial judge to drop out of the race because the state's voters should decide, the White House says.
By Jay Reeves, Associated Press
Alabama's Christian conservatives see Roy Moore as their champion.
By Kim Chandler, Associated Press
Since last week, Moore has been engulfed by accusations of sexual misconduct toward women in their teens when he was a deputy district attorney in his 30s.
By Steve Peoples and Zeke Miller, Associated Press
Moore, Alabama's Senate candidate, also tweeted fighting words to top Senate Republican Mitch McConnell: "Bring. It. On."…
By Alan Fram and Kimberly Chandler, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Washington Republicans are tightening pressure on Alabama's GOP to keep a defiant Roy Moore from being elected to the Senate next month. Many are voicing hope that President Donald Trump could use his clout to resolve a problem…
By Steve Peoples and Kimberly Chandler, Associated Press
In an interview with conservative radio host Sean Hannity, he did not wholly rule out dating teenage girls when he was in his early 30s.
By Steve Peoples, Associated Press
In the span of a tumultuous afternoon, a low-profile special election became a Republican nightmare that threatens a once-safe Senate seat — and offers a new window into ugly divisions that continue to plague the GOP in the age of…
Roy Moore, the Republican frontrunner for a U.S. Senate seat in Alabama, is engulfed in a scandal over reports that he had sexual contact with a 14-year-old in his early 30s, and approached other teens for dates. Moore has denied…
By Erica Werner, Associated Press
Senate Republicans are reckoning with an insurgent's win in Alabama that poses clear threats to their own grip on power and the leadership of Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
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