Gibson is done talking about Roy Moore—she'd rather talk about her own campaign for the Florida House.
Trump reportedly is the one who had given Conway personal approval to criticize a Senate candidate.
Kayla Moore’s "one of our attorneys is a Jew" speech on December 11 resulted in widespread ridicule online and sparked a hunt for the unnamed Jewish attorney.
Men on both sides of the aisle have been accused of sexual misconduct—but new polling data shows Republican men are more likely to own up to it.
The Republican, who has refused to concede, claims voter fraud occurred during December 12's special election.
Moore's campaign has spent the past week raising money for an "Election Integrity Fund" and targeting Muslims and gays on Facebook, while Moore still refuses to concede despite having no chance of a recount.
The Alabama Republican says he’s not giving up despite his defeat.
Despite the losses in Alabama and Virginia, Donald Trump’s former chief strategist believes the movement he has come to represent will topple the Republican establishment.
White people almost single-handedly elected a homophobic, anti-Muslim accused child molester to the Alabama Senate.
The Republican governor signed a law in May that restored voting rights to some felons.
Black voters, especially women, allowed Doug Jones to beat Roy Moore, but they're still losing faith in the Democrats.