{FD} Trump, Hillary Clinton and others congratulate Doug Jones on Alabama victory

President Trump along with a slew of other politicians from both sides of the aisle reacted late Tuesday after Democratic Alabama Senate candidate Doug Jones beat out Republican Roy Moore in a special election.

{FD} Doug Jones wins Alabama – Fox News voter analysis summary

Doug Jones became the first Democratic Senator from Alabama in two decades in a stunning result that brings the Republican majority down to just a single seat. Jones’s victory marked the end of a highly unusual special election to fill the seat vacated by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

{FD} Roy Moore, Doug Jones fire parting shots in dueling rallies ahead of Alabama Senate race

After months of campaigning and reports of sexual misconduct rocked the state, Alabama senate candidates Roy Moore and Doug Jones held competing rallies Monday night, firing their final shots ahead of Tuesday’s pivotal election.

{FD} Democratic campaign flyer compares Roy Moore to George Wallace, says he supports segregation

A mailer sent by the campaign of Alabama Senate Democratic nominee Doug Jones compares Republican opponent Roy Moore to the former segregationist governor George Wallace just days after facing a social media backlash over a different racially-charged flyer.

{FD} Trump touts Moore, Florida rally ahead of controversial trip to civil rights museum

President Trump on Saturday continued his full but at-distance support for Roy Moore ahead of the in the Alabama Senate race, saying the Republican’s opponent will “always vote against what we must do for our country.”

{FD} Mitt Romney, Roy Moore get into Twitter spat over sexual misconduct allegations

Former Massachusetts governor and GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney slammed Alabama Republican senate candidate Roy Moore on Monday, just as new details surrounding Moore’s alleged sexual misconduct with minors surfaced.

{FD} Lara Trump robo-calls Alabamans, invites them to see president in Fla.

The president plans to be in Pensacola on Friday, just four days before Alabama voters decide between Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones for the seat once occupied by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

{FD} Ethics case opened on Conway’s comments about Alabama Senate race

The Office of Special Counsel has opened a case looking into allegations that White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway violated federal law when she made comments about Alabama Senate Republican candidate Roy Moore’s Democratic challenger.