Roy Moore

Moore claimed he was tricked into a television appearance that lampooned sexual misconduct accusations against him.
The former Alabama chief justice accused the comedian of defaming him by calling him a pedophile and a sex offender on his 2018 Showtime series.
Moore lost a 2017 special election to Sen. Doug Jones (D-Ala.) after numerous women accused him of sexually assaulting them as teenagers.
The Alabama Republican ended the latest quarter with just $34,000 cash on hand.
The lawmaker fired back with a blistering response on Twitter.
The GOP Senate candidate from Alabama ranted that a cross-dresser on the 1970s show would be promoted in today's military. What?
Republicans are speaking out against the former judge's decision to run for office again after he was accused of sexually assaulting teenage girls.
President Donald Trump previously said Moore "cannot win" if he faces incumbent Democrat Doug Jones.
The Alabama Democrat is one of the most vulnerable candidates preparing for reelection in 2020. But can he win over the deep-red state again?
The president said the "consequences would be devastating" if the former judge challenges Democratic Sen. Doug Jones in 2020.