The newspaper noted that a dozen people they spoke to remember Moore frequently "walking around alone, leaning on counters, spending enough time in the stores, especially on weekend nights."
With no end in sight and no guarantee that more women won't come forward over the final weeks of this hotly contested Senate race, Roy Moore may soon have no choice but to step aside.
All the Republicans who are standing up against Moore today need to prepare for the still-probable scenario that he will win the election next month.
Roy Moore's days in politics are numbered, even if he does eke out a victory in Alabama.
Schumer told the president that Obamacare repeal is "off the table" and he should join other Republicans who are working with Democrats to improve the existing law.
The right-wing extremist could face tens of thousands of dollars in fines – or even criminal prosecution.
"I think we will have anywhere from – literally, by rule – 90 seconds to two minutes of debate on this legislation. Now that is an abomination, that is legislative malpractice."
"[The process for the Cassidy-Graham bill] is better but it's not what the Senate is supposed to be doing," he said. "Is it better to be guilty of murder or train robbery?"
Instead of taking Trump's bait, Sen. Blumenthal is digging in his feet and doubling down on the increasingly serious investigation into the Trump campaign's ties to Russia.
"There's a likelihood that there will be a confrontation. And if there's a confrontation and if there's a threat to fire Bob Mueller, there will be a firestorm of opposition on both sides of the aisle here in Congress."
"We created him, and now we're rationalizing him. When will it stop?" Republican Sen. Jeff Flake wrote in an op-ed published in Politico on Monday.
This week's epic failure to pass any repeal and replace legislation won't be the last effort by Donald Trump and Republicans to dismantle former President Obama's signature achievement.
Every American wished Sen. McCain well when the sad news of his cancer diagnosis broke last week. When he returns to Washington on Tuesday, he should vote to return the favor.
The MSNBC host warned that Trump could replace Jeff Sessions without needing confirmation if he made the appointment while the Senate is on vacation.
The Speaker said more Americans will be without insurance because it's what they want, not because the GOP health care plan is bad.
According to CNN, the cancer is the same kind the late Sen. Ted Kennedy had.
The president and his GOP allies in Congress just can't accept the fact that America isn't buying what they're selling.
The American people rate Trump's performance on health care worse than any other issue facing the country.
If Sandoval is against the revised legislation, it's likely that Sen. Dean Heller will also oppose it, which could spell the end of Trumpcare once and for all.
If there is an upside for Toomey, it's that Trump's constant social media outbursts are distracting from the disastrous piece of legislation he's trying to push through the Senate.