Poor Sarah. She just wanted a Snickers bar, and then she walked into an Alabama gas station and saw THIS!!!
Roy Moore filed an election complaint late Wednesday, claiming voter fraud altered the outcome of Alabama's Senate race, paving the way for Democrat Doug Jones' victory.
Update (9:30AM): Shortly after Roy Moore filed a lawsuit to block the certification of Alabama's Senate race, Secretary of State John Merrill confirmed to CNN that the lawsuit will not stop the results from being certified as planned at 2pm EST. D
Election after election people in the media throw out spurious assertions that Libertarian Party candidates cause Republicans to lose. So it was little surprise to come across an article published last week with the title "Relieved by Roy Moore's
The Huffington Post is angry that Republican Roy Moore won't accept the results of an election after one whole week.
In this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange gives you the latest breaking news on Doug Jones winning the Senate seat in Alabama over the Steve Bannon and Donald Trump supported Roy Moore, We also go over Net Neutrality repeal by the FCC, new revelat
A stunning video has emerged from Alabama and has begun circulating social media -- and the creator says it's "smoking gun proof" that there was widespread voter fraud in the Alabama senatorial election on Tuesday.
You may have done a double-take Tuesday night when flipping away from the nationally televised NBA games, thinking you saw Charles Barkley on or around a stage in Alabama as Doug Jones celebrated a victory.
The move ensures a hypothetical recount in the special Senate election will not be verified.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Doug Jones, a Democratic former prosecutor who mounted a seemingly quixotic Senate campaign in the face of Republican dominance here, defeated his scandal-scarred opponent, Roy S. Moore, after a brutal campaign marked by accusati
Alabama voters head to the polls Tuesday to elect a U.S. Senator in a race thrust into the national spotlight after allegations of sexual misconduct against the Republican nominee, former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore.