Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced he is running for Senate to reclaim a seat he gave up to join the Trump administration. Will his high profile disagreement with the president keep him from getting back to Congress?
Roy Moore’s announcement that he would once again run for the U.S. Senate in Alabama sent a shudder through the Republican Party and raised a question: Could the GOP have avoided this scenario by uniting early around a credible consensus candidate?
President Trump appeared this weekend to express doubt about the multiple accusations of domestic violence that led to the resignations two White House staffers. For Trump, it was a familiar refrain.
Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill laughed off the assertion by Roy Moore campaign spokeswoman Janet Porter that there is a "one in 15 billion" chance voter fraud did not occur in the state’s special U.S. Senate election.
Fresh off his stunning victory in Alabama, Democratic Senator-elect Doug Jones says it’s time for his Republican opponent to concede.
In going all in on Roy Moore’s Senate campaign, Steve Bannon gambled and lost — big. His insurgency against the Republican establishment now looks increasingly uncertain.
Rep. Jackie Speier cautioned that Doug Jones’s shock defeat of Roy Moore is a “unique” result that may not apply to the 2018 midterms.
President Trump says he knew Republican Alabama Senate Roy Moore would lose in Tuesday’s special election — and claimed that his prediction was correct.
In Alabama, religion brings people together — but blacks and whites still see the controversial Senate race through very different eyes.
Just four days to go before a closely watched special election to fill Alabama’s open U.S. Senate seat, President Trump urged voters to turn out for Republican Roy Moore and took his support a step further, pointedly mocking one of the women who has accused Moore of sexual misconduct. Speaking at a rally in Pensacola, Fla., just miles from the Alabama border, Trump repeated his support for Moore, a controversial former judge who has been shunned by most mainstream Republicans after multiple women came forward to accuse him of pursuing them romantically when they were teenagers and he was in his 30s. Among the accusers is Beverly Young Nelson, who has accused Moore of groping her when she was just 16 and he was 30.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders thinks that President Trump should think about resigning over the sexual assault allegations against him.
The growing chorus of Democratic lawmakers calling on Sen. Al Franken to step down Wednesday opened up a dramatic partisan divide in how the two major parties are responding to their members and candidates accused of sexual harassment or abuse. By the day’s end, 30 lawmakers — and well over half the Democratic Senate Caucus — had weighed in to say that Franken should resign. The pressure on Franken to step aside has an element of political calculation, as Democrats seek to create a contrast with support by President Trump and the Republican National Committee for Alabama’s Roy Moore, who has refused to give up his bid for the Senate despite allegations by numerous women that he sexually pursued or even molested them when they were in their teens.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said President Trump doesn't necessarily back all of Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore's controversial views.
Janet Porter, spokeswoman for embattled Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, appeared on CNN’s “New Day” on Tuesday, telling Poppy Harlow, who is pregnant, that she and Moore were standing up for Harlow’s unborn child.
President Trump on Monday tweeted his endorsement of Roy Moore, the Republican candidate for Alabama’s U.S. Senate seat, despite multiple allegations of sexual misconduct and assault against the former judge.
Leigh Corfman, the first woman to accuse Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexually assaulting her when she was a minor, publishes an open letter to the former judge Tuesday demanding he stop calling her a liar.
House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi defended Rep. John Conyers on Sunday amid accusations of sexual harassment, calling the 88-year-old Democratic congressman from Michigan “an icon in our country” who “has done a great deal to protect women.”
President Trump reiterated his tacit support for Moore in Alabama Senate race despite multiple allegations of sexual misconduct and assault against the former judge.
Leigh Corfman, the first woman to accuse Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual assault, elaborated on the alleged encounter on NBC’s “Today” show Monday.
When someone like Roy Moore, the GOP candidate for Senate from Alabama, runs for office as the arbiter of private morality, it’s worth asking yourself what he might be running from.
Women candidates and voters — often in districts that Democrats had given up contesting — helped the party to its extraordinary gains in Virginia. In the year since Donald Trump was elected, thousands of women across the country have expressed interest in running for office, and new organizations are springing up to help them.
Beverly Nelson is the fifth woman to accuse the Alabama Republican Senate candidate of sexual misconduct. Nelson says Moore groped her when she was 16 and he was 30.
Women are reacting to the allegations that Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore had attempted sexual relations with a 14-year-old girl when he was 32 by posting to Twitter images of themselves when they were 14.
White House Director of Legislative Affairs Marc Short said on Sunday that if the allegations against Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore are true, there’s a “special place in hell” for him — but cautioned against a rush to judgment.
When Steve Bannon backed Roy Moore in the Republican Senate primary in Alabama, it looked like a shrewd move, and Bannon said his target was the Senate Majority Leader. Now that Moore’s candidacy is in question, so is Bannon’s influence.
“In the current housing crisis, families are faced with frequent moves, evictions, and homelessness.”
“Rent control restricts supply and is economic madness.”
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“The law already protects homeowners from unchecked market forces. It’s time for the law to better protect renters too.”