The Latest on Alabama's U.S. Senate election (all times local): 10:40 p.m. Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore is not conceding to Democrat Doug Jones, telling campaign supporters "it's not over." "It's going to take some time," the candidate says during a brief appearance before supporters. Campaign chairman Bill Armistead says that because the vote is close and approaching the state's recount requirement, "we do not have a final decision on the outcome." Alabama state law calls for a recount if the margin of victory is less than one-half of one percentage point. With all precincts reporting, Jones leads by 1.5 percentage points - three times what's required to trigger a recount. If
In a video that went viral on Twitter, people wearing American flag-themed clothing, including one wearing a shirt supporting President Donald Trump, can be seen laughing at a Palestinian-American family who attended a pro-Palestine rally in Los Angeles on Sunday.
One such bot cop recently took over the outside of the San Francisco SPCA, an animal advocacy and pet adoption clinic in the city's Mission district, to deter homeless people from hanging out there -- causing some people to get very upset. Every time I travel to San Fran my heart breaks from seeing all the homelessness in a city with so much wealth and privilege. The homelessness issue in S.F. is thorny and complicated.
Colin Kaepernick paid a surprise visit to inmates at Riker's Island prison on Tuesday, which made the correction officers union upset.
Alabama’s Doug Jones is heading to the U.S. Senate as Democrats continue to out-perform in local elections. Conservative Max Boot says despite being a life-long Republican, he hopes “every single Republican running for election next November loses"
The annual Geminid meteor shower that will streak across the night sky will be one of the best of the year, scientists say. The Geminid meteors are expected to peak overnight. "With August's Perseids obscured by bright moonlight, the Geminids will be the best shower this year," said Bill Cooke with NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office.
Following Jones' razor-thin victory, Barkley was on hand to deliver his own hopeful postmortem on the historic race's outcome and elucidated about his personal elation about Jones' win.