Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff the discuss the week’s news, including the last days of the Alabama Senate race, the resignation of Sen. Al Franken over sexual misconduct allegations and the…
By Darlene Superville, Associated Press
The president appeared buoyed as he headlined his first campaign rally in more than two months.
By Steve Peoples and Kimberly Chandler, Associated Press
A year ago, it was presidential nominee Donald Trump. This year, it's Senate candidate Roy Moore.
Minnesota Sen. Al Franken came under growing pressure on Wednesday to step down. After a seventh woman accused Franken of sexual misconduct, more than 20 Democratic colleagues demanded he resign, including at least a dozen female senators. Lisa Desjardins joins…
Sexual harassment allegations against President Trump were back in court in New York on Tuesday. Summer Zervos, one of at least 11 women who came forward during the 2016 election campaign to accuse Trump, is now suing the president for…
By Associated Press
The top Republican in the Senate says if Alabama candidate Roy Moore is elected, he would "immediately have an issue with the Ethics Committee" over allegations of sexual misconduct with teenagers decades ago.
By Nancy Benac, Associated Press
President Donald Trump endorsed embattled Republican Roy Moore in the Alabama Senate race on Monday, looking past sexual misconduct allegations against the GOP candidate to argue that his vote is needed in Congress.
By Steve Peoples, Associated Press
The Senate candidate and his allies are almost completely cut off from the GOP's traditional donor network and struggling to raise money for the final-weeks sprint to Election Day.
The Washington Post says it was targeted by a conservative group when a woman came forward claiming that Roy Moore got her pregnant as a teen. Reporters found inconsistencies in the woman's claims and observed her at the offices of…
By Zeke Miller, Associated Press
Playing all sides in the Alabama Senate race, the president has made it known he won’t set foot in the state on behalf of embattled Republican Roy Moore, even as he intensified his insistence that voters must never elect Moore’s…
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