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Russian influence operation attempted to suppress black vote : Indictment
Special Counsel indictments against 13 Russian nationals revealed that a key aspect of the alleged covert assault on the 2016 presidential election was an attempt to suppress turnout by African-American voters , an undertaking described in great detail in the papers filed in federal court Friday.
'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri': Trailer
Frances McDormand stars as a mother seeking answers in the murder of her daughter.
What happens next after Doug Jones' Alabama Senate race victory
Doug Jones will become the state's first Democratic senator in 25 years, beating out Republican candidate Roy Moore.
ANALYSIS: Democrats find winning formula in Alabama,Trump 'resistance' meets #MeToo
Democrats found a way to win in Trump country. And they did it against a candidate who sought to run the playbook written by President Donald Trump. Doug Jones secured himself three years in the Senate as a Democrat from Alabama despite the forces of Trump and Trumpism, the partial backing of the
Charles Barkley reacts to Doug Jones' projected win
NBA Hall of Famer and Alabama native Charles Barkley reacts to the Senate Special Election.
Doug Jones wins Alabama Senate race in seismic Democratic victory; defiant Roy Moore does not concede
Doug Jones, a Democratic former U.S. attorney whose long-shot candidacy was bolstered by a wave of sexual misconduct accusations against his opponent Roy Moore , will win the special election to become Alabama's junior U.S. senator, ABC News can project, based on its analysis of the vote. With 100
Doug Jones counting on Alabama's African- American voters
Alabama's Democratic Senate candidate Doug Jones arrived to greet diners at Martha’s Place Buffet and Catering around lunch time on the eve of election day and found the largely African-American crowd at the Montgomery restaurant pleased he had stopped by. Roxanna Wingard, a local school bus
Roy Moore, Doug Jones set to face off in Alabama Senate election
ABC News' "Nightline" talked to voters before they head to the polls on Tuesday to elect a U.S. Senator.
'Fissure will only grow wider' if Moore is elected to Senate: Politico's Susan Glasser
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Alabama Senate race down to the wire
Trump visited Pensacola urging supporters to support Republican candidate Roy Moore, who faces accusations of sexual misconduct from multiple women.